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SA at free software carnival in Austria

July 11th, 2005 | No Comments »

Thotyelwa Mcongwane of the Meraka Institute’s Open Source Centre (OSC), will fly the Institute’s flag high at the Eclectic Tech Carnival to be held in Graz, Austria this week. The annual Eclectic Tech Carnival brings together women from around the world to discuss, teach and learn about free and open source software. The week-long carnival […]

Scientists go back to school to learn about free software

July 11th, 2005 | No Comments »

The Go Open Source campaign and the Meraka Institute together with the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences(AIMS) today launch a month-long course aimed at encouraging the use of open source software for science and mathematics research. The course, called \”Winter School in GNU/Linux as a Tool for Science\”, will run from July 11 to August […]

Shuttleworth, Canonical launch US$10m Ubuntu Foundation

July 8th, 2005 | No Comments »

Mark Shuttleworth and Canonical, founders of the popular Ubuntu Linux-based operating system, today announced the creation of The Ubuntu Foundation with an initial investment of US$10m. The Ubuntu Foundation will employ core Ubuntu community members to ensure that Ubuntu Linux will remain fully supported for an extended period of time, and continue to produce new […]

Oracle gives away JDeveloper 10g, will join Apache OSS project

July 8th, 2005 | No Comments »

Oracle has announced that its JDeveloper 10g development suite is now free. The company, looking to grow its profile in the open source community, is also planning to join the Apache MyFaces OSS project and spearhead a Java ServerFaces project within the Eclipse. Java ServerFaces enables developers to rapidly build and deploy rich composite applications. […]

Making Linux easy for Windows admins

July 8th, 2005 | No Comments »

South African Linux company DcData has been appointed local resellers for InterStructures which the company says will make it easier for Windows administrators, with no Linux experience, to administrate Linux servers. InterStructures, from QCD Microsystems, is a Linux admin interface for the Windows operating system. The administration interface allows users to administer Linux and Windows […]

Novell releases GroupWise beta, targets Exchange, Notes users

July 7th, 2005 | No Comments »

Novell yesterday released a public beta version of its upcoming GroupWise 7 collaboration suite. GroupWise 7, which includes features such as integrated email and instant messaging, runs on a range of operating systems including the company\’s own SuSE Linux. The company also announced competitive programmes to encourage users to migrate from Exchange and Lotus Notes […]

Obsidian to give Windows admins Linux training

July 5th, 2005 | No Comments »

Obsidian Systems\’ training division now offers a Red Hat course specifically designed for systems administrators working on Windows systems but looking to move over to Linux. Terri Bird, operations manager for Obsidian Systems\’ training division says that the end goal of the RH035 Linux Essentials course is to provide Windows admins with a base to […]

SA water commission dives into open source

July 5th, 2005 | No Comments »

South Africa\’s Water Research Commission(WRC) has chosen to use the open source Compiere ERP+CRM system for its enterprise fund management. The WRC reports to the Minister of Water Affairs and Forestry and its mandate is to support sustainable water research and development in South Africa. The WRC have appointed nTier Software Services, a Compiere partner, […]

Opposition to Microsoft XML file-format patent mounts

July 4th, 2005 | No Comments »

While South African open source advocates were last week lodging their objection to a patent held by Microsoft on the manipulation and presentation of word processor data using XML, activists on the other side of the globe were doing the same. The New Zealand Open Source Society(NZOSS) has filed notice of its opposition to a […]

African free software on show at world education conference

July 1st, 2005 | No Comments »

African open source advocates will be putting their best foot forward next week when they showcase many of their open source education solutions at the World Conference on Computers in Education. WCCE, which is held every four years, will be held in Stellenbosch from 4 to 7 July. The Open Source Centre of the CSIR\’s […]

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