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Tectonic launches open source business directory

By   |  December 5, 2008

How many times have you heard that open source support is hard to find? If I had collected a couple of cents for each time I’d heard it I would be basking in the Bahamas on a yacht right now, not running this website.

The reality is that there are tons of open source support companies in the market. It’s just that very few people know where to find them. So now Tectonic has a new feature (to add to our growing list such as Daily Links, discussion tracker): the Tectonic Open Source Business Directory.

Phase one of the directory, which is a listing of companies providing a range of open source services,  is now open and the good news is that listing your company (or finding one to help you) is completely free. And it will remain free for the foreseeable future. Of course if anyone wants to sponsor the directory then get hold of me.

During this launch phase the directory is open to all companies operating in South Africa and providing open source services. Whether you are a trainer, a developer, provide support services or install Asterisk, the directory is there to be used. So use it.

For the initial phase of the directory I have decided to limit the listings to companies and individuals providing services in South Africa specifically. In future phases, and depending on demand, we will look at expanding this to other regions.

Comments, thoughts, suggestions are most welcome – use the comments below.

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5 Responses to “Tectonic launches open source business directory”

  1. Karl Fischer
    December 5th, 2008 @ 12:47 pm

    This is gonna rock Thanks Al!

  2. Alastair
    December 5th, 2008 @ 12:51 pm

    @Karl Fischer:
    Tell all your friends. I know you’re connected!

  3. ReneeBC
    December 9th, 2008 @ 5:37 pm

    This is AWESOME news Al! I will spread into my community (India, Malaysia, Ethiopia and heaps more… :)

  4. Richard
    January 13th, 2009 @ 4:11 pm

    Nice one, I could have done with this a year ago!

  5. Joseph Neusu
    February 5th, 2009 @ 10:00 am

    Many thanks for the initiative. Long overdue.

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