F/OSS and KDE in Africa

Posted by dave on Mar 26, 2004 3:10 AM EDT
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54 people from 15 African countries and 16 facilitators/helpers from outside Africa gathered in Okahandja, a small Namibian town, for African Source from 15th of March to 19th of March 2004. African Source was the first all African conference of Free Software/Open Source Software (F/OSS) developers. Vladimir Petkov (GNOME) and Uwe Thiem (KDE) presented the current state of the open source desktop, its strengths and shortcomings.

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