FOSS Development in Africa: The case of AVOIR
by James Kariuki, Researcher, Lecturer, eLearning Consultant at University of the Western Cape on Sep 11, 2011
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A copy of the presentation I made at the SITA GovTech in Durban. It Captures:...
A copy of the presentation I made at the SITA GovTech in Durban. It Captures:
The need for polling on resources – Polling resources is very important for the development of any FOSS software, as indeed any community-based project.
Collaboration – an understanding of purpose among all the stakeholders is very important. From policy makers, funders, community leaders, software developers, to the end users.
importance of ownership
Need for qualified human capacity in the software development arena – in working together, we should continually look at ways and means of improving our human capacity and capital.
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