any personal experience in Africa?
In message <[log in to unmask]>, William Lester writes:
> >From the Internet Society New York listserv:
> an article in Wired Magazine says Linux is gaining ground in Africa
> after a Microsoft anti-piracy drive.
Actually, it doesn´t say so. AND, the alleged anti piracy drive has
has not only nothing to do with linux penetration, which is
unfortunately, very little, but it has been non-effective.
One 300K$US judgment in Kenya. ROFLPIMPHMSGAH!!
> > Linux must overcome its own obscurity. The
> > dream to jump-start a software industry in Africa
> > depends on the ability of regional engineering
> > schools to produce dedicated Linux developers.
Actually this statement is also nonsense. The human resources we have
scare as they are are more than able to handle linux.
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