Kwin writes software, builds systems and argues about politics mostly from his home in Washington DC, where he lives with another human and a dog.
Open Source in Africa
Publish Date: May. 6, 2004
Open source software is good for the developing world. Not only is the price often right, but the openness offers nascent developers the chance to learn from their peers despite geographic and cultural distances. Kwindla Hultman Kramer recently attended the Africa Source conference, a gathering of free and open source software developers and fans. Here are his thoughts.
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