… because open source mattersJoomla!Initiatives in Mongolia                          Нүүдэлчид 2.0                        ...
Country profile                  www.n20.mn
Country profile Capital city: Ulaanbaatar Official language: Mongolian Official script: Mongolian Cyrillic Government:...
Joomla!’s invasion into Mongolia “Web site for every organization, E-mail for every  public employee” project inception b...
Some statistics                   Number of websites running Joomla! Mongolia CMS ~40’000       Number of government websi...
Some statistics                 Number of websites running Joomla! International CMS       ~73800  Number of languages tha...
Our activities Localization of Joomla! Quarterly training sessions for government  IT administrators Regular news updat...
Success factors Complete all-around support for Joomla! Needs to strong champion or counterpart  from the Government St...
Lessons learnt Build a strong and sustainable community Identify community leaders and build a  leadership team Educate...
Naomads 2.0 community Administrators       T.Altansukh       D.Anarbold       N.Tsetsbold       М.Erdenechimeg      ...
CABINET SECRETARIAT OF THE       INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION GOVERNMENT OF MONGOLIA        TECHNOLOGY AND POST AUTHORITY   ...
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Joomla! mongolian 18-may-12 - sukh

  1. 1. … because open source mattersJoomla!Initiatives in Mongolia Нүүдэлчид 2.0 www.n20.mn
  2. 2. Country profile www.n20.mn
  3. 3. Country profile Capital city: Ulaanbaatar Official language: Mongolian Official script: Mongolian Cyrillic Government: Parliamentary republic Area: 1,564,115.75 km2, 19th largest in the world Population: 2,754,686 (2010 National Census) Landlines: 404,400 Mobile operators: Mobicom (71%), SkyTel (15%), Unitel (14%), G-Mobile (1%) Mobile users: 1’401’174 (as of Jan 2009) Internet penetration: 60% urban, 30% rural (ADSL, Fiber optic, Wimax, IPWireless, 3G, Dial-Up) Internet TLD: .MN www.n20.mn
  4. 4. Joomla!’s invasion into Mongolia “Web site for every organization, E-mail for every public employee” project inception by ICTPA in 2005 Joomla! International Edition – March 2007  Based on Joomla! 1.0.12  Unicode UTF-8 implementation  Pluggable language files  Admin, front-end translation made possible  Language sensitive module switching Joomla! 1.5 Mongolian edition – September 2009  Complete admin and front-end translation Joomla! 1.7 Mongolian translation – January 2012 Joomla! 2.5 Mongolian translation – April 2012 www.n20.mn
  5. 5. Some statistics Number of websites running Joomla! Mongolia CMS ~40’000 Number of government websites running Joomla! Mongolia CMS 361 (only active websites are included and there are many more under development). Number of websites deployed with support of USAID 8 Number of government officers attended CMS training 156 Number of tax officers attended CMS training 48 Number of public audience and students attended Joomla! lectures 920 (2 sessions in Ikh Zasag university, Institute of Finance and Economics) www.n20.mn
  6. 6. Some statistics Number of websites running Joomla! International CMS ~73800 Number of languages that Joomla! International has been translated into 12 •Mongolia (Official website – www.n20.mn) •Thailand (www.joomlacorner.com) •France (www.joomlafrance.org) •Poland (www.joomla.pl) •Slovakia (www.joomla.sk) •Hungary (www.joomla.org.hu) •Germany (www.joomla.de) •Vietnam (www.joomlavietnam.org) •South Africa (www.joomla.org.za) •Spain (www.joomlaspanish.org) •Czech Republic (www.joomlaportal.cz) •Bosnia (www.bhjoomla.com) www.n20.mn
  7. 7. Our activities Localization of Joomla! Quarterly training sessions for government IT administrators Regular news update regarding Joomla! Lectures for university students Free Joomla! tutorials in Mongolian Designing websites for key government institutions Security audits and consultation for government organizations www.n20.mn
  8. 8. Success factors Complete all-around support for Joomla! Needs to strong champion or counterpart from the Government Strive for Sustainability Human resource – Development of web skills Consistent and open communication www.n20.mn
  9. 9. Lessons learnt Build a strong and sustainable community Identify community leaders and build a leadership team Educate and grow local developer community Organize more frequent events Needs more financial and technical support from the OSM and leadership www.n20.mn
  10. 10. Naomads 2.0 community Administrators  T.Altansukh  D.Anarbold  N.Tsetsbold  М.Erdenechimeg  I.Ider  T.Tomorsukh  B.Lkhagvasuren Joomla! tutorials Joomla! packages maintenance Joomla! User Group – Mongolia IT Dictionary GNU/GPL licenses in Mongolian for references Mozilla and Wordpress localization www.n20.mn
  11. 11. CABINET SECRETARIAT OF THE INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION GOVERNMENT OF MONGOLIA TECHNOLOGY AND POST AUTHORITY Econom ic Policy Reform Nomads 2.0 and C om petitiveness www.n20.mn Project

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