FOSS-ed On Wheels – Negombo

LUG.lk participated in a GNU/Linux training event at AG School, Negombo on 29th and 30th of March. It was a very successful two day event. Around fifty students and a few teachers took part in it. We started the sessions with an introduction to FOSS … “FOSS-ed On Wheels – Negombo”

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RMS in Sri Lanka!

Richard M. Stallman more fondly known as RMS, is one the most influential technology thinkers of our time. Founder of the Free Software Foundation (FSF) , he is the author of the GNU Public License(GPL); the most popular Free Software License around. Richard Stallman spoke … “RMS in Sri Lanka!”

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FOSS-ed On Wheels Ratnapura @ Ruwanpura National Collage of Education (RNCOE)

FOSS.lk held a Training program for teachers and students of the Ratnapura District at Ruwanpura National Collage of Education (RNCOE), Wellawaya, Ratnapura, Sri Lanka on the 6th and 7th of October 2007. This is yet another initiative by FOSS.lk to bring the freedom of technology … “FOSS-ed On Wheels Ratnapura @ Ruwanpura National Collage of Education (RNCOE)”

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Software Freedom Day 2007

Sri Lanka Celebrates Freedom of Software Software Freedom Day (SFD) is a worldwide event that is celebrated annually (http://softwarefreedomday.org/) on the third Saturday of each September. This year, it will be celebrated on the 15th of September. The goal of this celebration is “To educate … “Software Freedom Day 2007”

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The Sri Lankan ICT Industry Mourns the Loss of its Most Valued Member

Vidya Jyothi Professor V.K. Samaranayake passed away on Wednesday, 06th June 2007 aged 68 in Stockholm, Sweden. Prof. Samaranayake served as the Chairman of the Information and Communication Technology Agency of Sri Lanka from 2004. He was also the Emeritus Professor of Computer Science of … “The Sri Lankan ICT Industry Mourns the Loss of its Most Valued Member”

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FOSS-ed for Windows

Thank you all for participation in FOSS-ed on Windows Presentation slides by speakers are linked with respective items in the schedule While there is a trend in the industry moving towards GNU/Linux and Free and Open Source Software – FOSS – Microsoft Windows is still … “FOSS-ed for Windows”

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