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Libre Software In Vietnam : Status And Future

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Intervenant(s) :Vu Do Quynh
Type d'événement :Visioconférence
Niveau :Débutant
Date :Mercredi 8 juillet 2009
Horaire :09h40
Durée :40 minutes
Langue :Français
Lieu :Amphi I - Ireste

Title Libre Software In Vietnam : Status And Future.

Summary

- The use of libre software in Vietnam is depicted based on the available data and the socio-economic context. The recent entry of the country within the WTO, the vietnamese government decision for a mass adoption of libre software are the more recent events that mark that context.

- We will analyze the challenges at hand, the short and middle term prospects with regard to the use of libre software within vietnamese society, the status and role the vietnamese community has to play in that context.

Lecturer Vu Do Quynh, manager of the francophone digital campus in Hanoï (AUF). He is also a delegate of the Agence universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) and Hanoi GNU/Linux Users Group (Hanoilug) during the LSM. 

Biography
- I am a 3rd cycle Doctor from Pierre et marie Curie University (Paris 6, 1978) in biological oceanography. I was grown in France and volontarily came back to Vietnam in october 1982 where I have since been working in the coastal aquaculture domain.

- I started using IT systems since my DEA in 1976 and got my first PC in 1985.

- My first meeting with GNU/Linux (slackware) dates from 1994. But I actually used GNU/Linux on a daily basis for my work as a member of the AUF (University francophone agency) in Hanoi, as I’m in charge of managing the AUF’s web site and the digital campus. I’m currently using Ubuntu at work and at home.

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