Brazil Opens Its Arms to Africa, by Rebecca Wanjiku and Mar Del Plata

Wednesday, April 6, 2005

Having tasted the fruits of freedom resulting from the use of open source software, Brazil has opened its doors to African governments willing to adopt the software for the management of Top Level Domain (TLD) registries.
And the governments have seized the moment and taken advantage of the emerging south/south solidarity spearheaded by the South American power house. Kenya was the first to train on how to use the software,Tanzania soon followed suit, while Mozambique and Sudan are lining up for the services. When the open source software solution is implemented it will transform African registries from manual to automation.
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Source: Highway Africa News Agency