I got the link to this video from Harry Sufehmi in Facebook.
With this advertisement in television, I hope there will be more use of Open Source Software in Indonesia.
Although it’s been awhile I know about this book, I decided to download it today. At first I didn’t notice that this book is available for free download . The PDF version of this book is free to download and you can buy the print version from Amazon.com
The contents of this 152 pages book are:
Chapter 1: Installing Ubuntu
Chapter 2: Configuring Ubuntu
Chapter 3: Getting to grips with the desktop
Chapter 4: Users and the filesystem
Chapter 5: Hands-on at the command-line
Chapter 6: Software Management
Chapter 7: Securing the system
For you who interested to download this book, you can go directly to Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference website. User from Indonesia can download faster from FOSS-ID website. But it’s best if you download directly from their website to get the most recent version.
At this moment I also like to thanks the author of this book, Keir ThomasÂ for making this book free to download
In the picture, the award was given by Mr. Muhammad Nuh, The Minister of Communication and Information Technology of The Republic of Indonesia.
Pendaftaran peserta seminar dan workshop IGOS Summit 2 tahap pertama secara resmi telah dibuka. Informasi selengkapnya silakan melihat di alamat: http://summit.foss-id.web.id/2008/05/05/pendaftaran-peserta-seminar-workshop-tahap-i/
Segera daftarkan diri Anda!
-Panitia IGOS Summit 2-
BlankOn 3 aka Lontara has been released on 27 April 2008. BlankOn is an Indonesian Linux Distro that is based on Ubuntu. By default it uses Bahasa Indonesia as the primary language. BlankOn is developed by YPLI (Yayasan Penggerak Linux Indonesia / Indonesia Linux Movement Foundation) and Ubuntu Indonesia LoCo Team.
Today I upgrade my Adium into version 1.2.4b1 and I just realize that Adium finally fixed the bug that automatically block some people in your Yahoo Messenger contacts. But now the bug is fixed and I’m happy about it.
"Open Source, because it's open, so it's not secure"
Paul Wilson – Microsoft
at Microsoft Public Sector Day, 12 March 2008