If the new German government coalition contract requires open-source software for public/government projects, then does that mean it requires the monetary system, which they require all citizens to use, to be open-source, or at least interoperable with open-source software and money?

The answer will obviously be "no", which is how you know what actually matters for central planning and control. Your public school's video conferencing app does not.

Don't get me wrong, it's better than nothing, but it's not even close to a future by the people for the people.

@raucao Open Source software on goverment's computers is for making them live longer, be more trusted and do not relay on a companies to make software and trust them. And save costs.
This is the reason

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