Linux in Viet Nam
Todas la computadoras del estado en Vietnam usaran Linux [EN]
El ministerio Vietnamita de Información y Comunicaciones ha promulgado una norma administrativa que incrementa el uso de software libre en las agencias del estado, incrementando el uso del software libre en el soporte (back office) y en el escritorio.
De acuerdo con la nueva norma, para el 30 de Junio del 2009, el 100% de los servidores deben correr Linux y para fin de 2009 el 70% de las agencias deben usar OpenOffice, Mozilla Firefox y Mozilla Thunderbird. Vietnam tiene una poblacion de 86 millones de personas, 4 millones mayor que la alemana
While you can probably guess even with no Spanish knowledge, it says by June 30 2009, 100% of the servers in the government will run Linux and by the end of the year, 70% of the agencies should use OpenOffice, ...
Here in Nicaragua, the government is quickly moving to Linux which is cool but we are less than six million. Viet Nam is a bit more significant. Linus said it first: World Domination.
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