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The Malaysian Government Interopersbility Framework For Open Source Software MyGIFOSS

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    • 1. Open Source Software Seminar Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) 21 th March 2009 The Malaysian Public Sector Open Source Software (OSS) Program MyGIFOSS
    • 2. INTRODUCTION
    • 3. BASELINE
      • Questions that you ask yourself before using OSS.
        • How (How you are going to do it?)
        • 4. What (What you want to do?)
        • 5. Who (Who will doing it?)
        • 6. When (When to do it?)
        • 7. Where (Where to do it?)
    • 8. GUIDELINE
      • MAMPU has produced numbers of guidelines related to OSS.
        • OSS Implementation Guidelines
        • 9. Malaysian Public Sector OSS Initiative
        • 10. Open Source Reference Architecture (OSSRA)
        • 11. Web Application Guideline (WAG)
        • 12. Pilot Projects
    • 13. MyGIFOSS
      • Contains information on OSS , open standards and technical specification for adoption in Malaysia
      • 14. Recommendations for interoperability in the usage of OSS in public sector
      • 15. Guide for government agencies in adoption of migration to OSS
    • 16. DEFINITION
      • Minimal set of standards and technical specification
      • 17. Governing the use of OSS and info access
      • 18. Adopts internationally recognized and ratified open standards
      • 19. MyGIFOSS covers
        • Examples of OSS within solution area
        • 20. Recommendations for info and services access
    • 21. OBJECTIVES
      • To enable both proprietary and open source in government info system to communicate and inter-operate efficiently and effectively
      • 22. To promote and foster the OSS adoption within the government
      • 23. To promote vendor-neutral and technology-neutral implementation
      • 24. To reduce the total cost of ownership of government information system
    • 25. BASIC OF RECOMMENDATION
      • Interoperability
      • 26. Internationally recognized standards
    • 27. SCOPE
      • Covers the use of OSS and open standards
      • 28. Scope of the application. covered within the 6 solution areas
          • Workload consolidation
          • 29. High performance computing
          • 30. Distributed enterprise
          • 31. Application solution
          • 32. Infrastructure solution
          • 33. Desktop solution
    • 34. How To Use MyGIFOSS ?
      • This document is structured in the following manner
        • Discusses about open standards
        • 35. Selection and examples of OSS
        • 36. Recommendations on information access
        • 37. Discussion about set of standards and specifications that are compliant to specific domains.
    • 38. OPEN STANDARDS
    • 39. Overview
      • Open standard is a standard that publicly available and has various rights
      • 40. Open = royalty free technologies
      • 41. Standard = rules that are published by the major internationally recognized standards bodies such as ISO, IEEE, W3C
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    • 42. Open Standards and OSS
      • Both are intimately connected
      • 43. Open Standards enable OSS to achieve interoperability with proprietary software
      • 44. Open Standards help to spread the usage and acceptance of OSS
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    • 45. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE WITHIN DEFINED IMPLEMENTATION AREAS
    • 46. Overview
      • Selection of OSS to be used in ICT implementation
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    • 47. Guidelines / Standard Matrix
      • Guidelines of OSS for use within identified implementation areas
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    • 48. Operating Systems
      • LINUX
      • 49. BSD (“Berkeley Software Distribution) Family of OS
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    • 50. Desktop Applications
      • Office Productivity Suites – Openoffice.org
      • 51. Web Browser – Mozilla Firefox, Konqueror
      • 52. Desktop Environment – KDE and GNOME
    • 53. Server Applications
      • Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) – Postfix, Sendmail, Qmail, Exim
      • 54. Database Server - MySQL, PostgresSQL
      • 55. Web Server – Apache, Lighttpd
    • 56. Network Security
      • Firewall – Iptables, IPFilter
      • 57. Network Intrusion Detection System - Snort
      • 58. Virtual Private Network – OpenVPN
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    • 59. Vertical Applications
      • Content Management System (CMS) Joomla, Drupal
      • 60. Leaning Management System (LMS) Moodle
      • 61. Geographic Information System (GIS) GRASS
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    • 62. Products from OSCC
    • 68. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INFORMATION ACCESS
    • 69. Overview
      • Components and Technical specs required to enable users to access public sector information and services via delivery channels (WWW) and devices (PC, Mobile Phones and PDA)
    • 70. Recommended Standards /Specification
      • Document (ODT)/ Spreadsheet (ODS) / Presentations (ODP)
      • 71. Graphical Image ( JPEG, GIF, TIFF, PNG)
      • 72. Compression (Zip, GNU Zip, Bzip)
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    • 73. Complying with MyGIFOSS
    • 74. Overview
      • Supplements the recommendations of OSS for the public sector
      • 75. To be compliant with MyGIFOSS, OSS should be used on daily basis for ICT work , both at server and desktop
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    • 76. Minimum Requirements
      • Operating environment
          • OS – Linux , BSD Family OS
          • 77. Networking – TCP/IP Standards
          • 78. User Interface – Dekstop GUI and Server GUI
          • 79. File and Printer Sharing – NFS and CUPS
      • Internet Services
          • Websites and Web contents – Conform with W3C standards
          • 80. Web servers – Compliant with HTTP
          • 81. Email – IETF protocol ( I nternet Engineering Task Force)
    • 82. Ribut Otak
    • 83. R&D OSCC Proposal
      • Share our problems with IPTA
      • 84. Smart partnership in RnD
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    • 85. MyWorkSpace
      • Clean integration with LDAP and DBmail
      • 86. User Administraion GUI
      • 87. New LDAP schema for Dbmail and Horde intergration
      • 88. Secure connection using SMTPS
      • 89. http://myworkspace.oscc.org.my/
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    • 90. MySpamGuard
      • Senarai Putih E-mail Kerajaan (SPEK)
        • SpamAssassin rules in Malay and SPEK scoring
        • http://www.blue-quartz.com/rbl/
        • 91. http://spamikaze.org/
        • 92. http://myspamguard.oscc.org.my/
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    • 93. MyNetWatch
      • Integrating with Cacti
      • 94. Auto discovery and rebuild scripts
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    • 95. MyMeeting
      • Calendar integration with MyWorkSpace
      • 96. Sign-on using OpenID
      • 97. http://mymeeting.oscc.org.my/
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    • 98. MySurveillance
      • Integration with MyNetWatch log monitoring and analysis
      • 99. http://mysurveillance.oscc.org.my/
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    • 100. MySurfGuard
      • Rules for Malay content websites
      • 101. Exception rules for government sites
      • 102. http://mysurfguard.oscc.org.my/
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    • 103.
      • MyGIFOSS is constructed to be a “live” document providing guidelines and recommendations for OSS adoption within public sector and can be used by others.
      • 104. Help us to improved OSCC Products
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    • 105.
        Harisfazillah Jamel
      • [email_address]
      • 106. http://blog.harisfazillah.info/
      • 107. YM : linuxmalaysia
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