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Archive for February, 2007

Choose your favourite SA blog

February 15th, 2007 | No Comments »

Nominations have been opened for the 2007 SA Weblog Awards, the third time the annual awards are being held. Nominations from the general public will be open until February 26. Thereafter the nominations will be reviewed by a ‘blogger panel’ and a shortlist of finalists will be chosen. Final voting will be open to the […]

Pollsmoor prisoners write OpenICDL

February 15th, 2007 | No Comments »

Tuesday saw 13 female inmates at the Pollsmoor and Malmesbury correctional centres writing their OpenICDL examinations as part of their rehabilitation. This is the first computer skills programme of its kind for inmates in South Africa, and the first in the world for inmates writing the OpenICDL. The computer course is being rolled out to […]

Tunisian schools get WiMax – SA schools get delays

February 15th, 2007 | No Comments »

In a move that highlights the growing digital divide between North African and Southern African countries, the Tunisian government has committed to providing all schools with ADSL or WiMax connections by June 2007. In South Africa the schools e-rate programme, first tabled in the 1996 Schools Act, has yet to take effect and in recent […]

uBuntu security distro Protech beta released

February 15th, 2007 | No Comments »

Techm4sters have released the beta of Protech, a very light live security distribution based on uBuntu Linux. Still in its beta version, it is intended for use by security technicians and programmers. Similar to Nubuntu and drawing ideas from both Nubuntu and other security distributions, the developers say they wanted to make something that is […]

No to proprietary video drivers – Ubuntu

February 14th, 2007 | No Comments »

The Ubuntu technical team yesterday announced that it would maintain the status quo and not activate proprietary video drivers by default in the forthcoming Feisty release, although the team would make it easier for users to activate these components. The team also reclassified PowerPC as unofficial. Ubuntu chief technical officer Matt Zimmerman made the announcement […]

SA students win award for Java Morabaraba

February 14th, 2007 | 3 Comments »

Three postgraduate students from Wits University won silver in the SIMagine 2007 Awards at the 3GSM Conference in Barcelona. They scooped the award for developing Mobiraba, a cellphone version of the popular African Morabaraba board game. David Vannucci, Rolan Christian and Teddy Mwakabaga received around R113 000 for being placed second in the competition, which […]

HTML and XHTML programming from start to finish

February 14th, 2007 | No Comments »

HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide, sixth edition Authors: Chuck Musciano & Bill Kennedy Publisher: O’Reilly ISBN:0-5965-2732-2 Suggested Price:R 472 Supplied by: Intersoft In its sixth edition and printed in October 2006, HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide provides an up to date guide to the latest developments in both HTML and XHTML. As the […]

Xubuntu offers appealing desktop alternative

February 14th, 2007 | 4 Comments »

Sometime earlier this year my notebook, a low-end IBM R50e, got slow. It used to be reasonably zippy and Ubuntu worked extremely well on it. Then it just became downright sluggish and applications would often take ages to open. At the time I was running Ubuntu Dapper. I had tried Ubuntu Edgy but finally gave […]

Geeks and suits to mingle at Open Tuesday

February 13th, 2007 | 1 Comment »

Anyone interested in open source and all things open is invited to attend South Africa’s first Open Tuesday networking event in Johannesburg on March 13. Started in Finland, the monthly event is free of charge and is aimed at bringing a community of OSS enthusiasts together to discuss the latest trends, business models, applications and […]

Ten more Cape schools get Linux labs

February 12th, 2007 | No Comments »

Absa and Engen will spend R600 000 to provide ten Northern Cape schools with Linux-based school laboratories. The two corporates have joined with the province’s Dinaledi team in an effort to improve maths and science results in the ten schools by deploying the Shuttleworth Foundation’s tuXlab service. The Absa Foundation and Engen Corporate Affairs announced […]

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