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UserDatesort iconCountryExpertise/Interests
markroestFeb 25 2007 - 21:59United States3-E Sustainability: oneVillage Initiative & G.I.S. applic.s Natural energy, building, agric. & health
Pedro.PalhotoFeb 25 2007 - 17:10Portugal
SoC 2007Feb 23 2007 - 12:15United StatesiFOSSF Google SoC 2007 coordination.
mblafkinFeb 21 2007 - 20:27United States
Mansoor ArshadFeb 19 2007 - 18:05PakistanExperience in Networks & Database (Oracle 8i,9i & 10g). Including designing, implementation and troubleshooting. Proficiency and understanding in Linux,Windows NT Servers,Windows 2000 Servers,Windows 2003 Servers,Routers, Switches and related underlying technologies and protocols.
Faisal MahmoodFeb 18 2007 - 06:07PakistanExperience in Project Management, Technical Support, Project proposal and development, Coordination and supervision, documentation, report writing, training and development, Event Management and marketing. Have an experience in conducting surveys/researches. Have trained more than 1000 employees of different govt. departments in the area of Information Technology. Arranged number of workshops, seminars, training session in different cities of Pakistan.
HempalShresthaFeb 15 2007 - 13:07NepalOpen Development Open Content
ssmritiFeb 7 2007 - 08:51NepalICT for Development, FOSS, software development, website development
lee shoeJan 15 2007 - 02:43United Statessoftware professional; student of gnu linux; student of political philosophy, history of property law
alpaJan 6 2007 - 16:24PakistanALPA Foundation is a registered non-governmental, non-sectarian, non-political entity. We are committed to pursue sustainable development following the mandates of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for sustainable human development for the deprived segments of society. We promote happy, healthy, and productive living, building on goal-oriented self development, efficient resource mobilization of available resources, hard work, good ethics and good governance where we work.
cfaceyJan 6 2007 - 03:32United StatesRural Human Services is a non-profit agency that has been dedicated to improving our surrounding community for over twenty years. In our efforts to provide the best service possible, our agency is constantly looking for better, more efficient ways to provide helpful information and resources to those who need them most. programs include: RHS PROGRAMS: Adult Education Community Work Service Food Bank Independent Living Natural Resources Payee Services WORKFORCE CENTER PROGRAMS: Business Services Employment Services Community Coordinator HARRINGTON HOUSE PROGRAMS: Battered Woman Shelter
mkinyuaJan 3 2007 - 10:08KenyaICT, Digital Divide, business
Ian LynchJan 2 2007 - 23:14United KingdomEducation. Asessment and certification. Business models to sustain FOSS.
AZEEM SAJJADDec 28 2006 - 07:32PakistanInformation Communication Technology, ICT4Development, Knowledge Economy, Knowledge Management, Policy Compliance etc.
Peter JonesDec 25 2006 - 00:01United KingdomHealth, Social Care, Informatics, Education, Pantology
FeliciaDec 20 2006 - 17:11United StatesThe Organizers' Collaborative is dedicated to sustaining and advancing social change through the effective use of technology. We are particularly committed to low-cost and no-cost tools created in the spirit of Open Source. Since our founding, we have built the capacity of hundreds of grassroots organizations who are working for a better society. We welcome you to join us in our work!!!
sokolDec 19 2006 - 08:39AlbaniaICT, Regulatory Framework, E-Government/E-Governance, e-democracy, FOSS
Graham DouglasDec 18 2006 - 21:30AustraliaTraining to achieve Integrative Improvement: Sustainable Development as if People and Their Physical, Social and Cultural Environments Mattered.
Pamela McLeanDec 18 2006 - 10:46United KingdomEducation/training (especially ICT for teachers). Collaboration between "bandwidth rich" and "bandwidth challenged" individuals and communities (especially UK and rural Nigeria). Grassroots led ICT4Ed and ICT4Development.
FerranDec 17 2006 - 17:54AndorraCONSEN (EEIG) Euro-Group is a Grouping of European SMEs who have agreed to cooperate as Euro-Cluster in Information Society Technologies projects, tenders and business throughout Europe. - CONSEN is a non-profit, independent and international consulting firm constituted in November of 2004 in Barcelona. - CONSEN aims to maximize socio-economic benefits acting Pro-Information Society and Open Technologies. - A member of CONSEN Partners network Grouping owns a shares and pays an annual fee and receives benefits in four major areas: research and innovation, marketing and promotion, network building, and organization. - CONSEN is a European OS/IST Cluster built with the networking methodologies and competences of our partners.
MSCFDec 15 2006 - 20:29PakistanCivil Society Organisation working in Rural and urban areas for uplfitment and empowerment.
agriliveDec 15 2006 - 15:10Pakistanagro livestock poultry informations
hannaDec 15 2006 - 13:37Palestineopen source elearning linux mobile
ittaskforceDec 15 2006 - 12:32PakistanI consider promotion of ICT in poor countries as a challenge. Availibility of hardware and software in local markets with copyright protection. Neccessity of having genuine computer professionals. Reliability of interactive facility and local law enforcement mechanism to discourage hostile forces who preach hatred against ICT. I shall seek help of concerned quarters in government and civil societies in South Asian countries.
Martin RizziDec 15 2006 - 06:35Mexicocottage industry handcraft jewelry production: folkloric dancing, music, movie production; creating a Renaissance, for real, right now.
pdaoudDec 15 2006 - 06:16PalestineNetwork/LINUX Administrator, Web Developer (PHP/MySQL), Graphic Designer
IrenaDec 14 2006 - 20:42Macedonia
Erik MacEachernDec 14 2006 - 14:36United KingdomKnowledge Economy Policy and Strategy Development and Implementation
sharif78Dec 13 2006 - 22:24United StatesLinux System Administration, perl/php, xml, mySQL
anasDec 13 2006 - 14:31United KingdomIT, FOSS, Innovation, Social Networks
Shirley WillettDec 12 2006 - 13:52United StatesHigh Fashion Clothing, 60 years experience & 3 corporations. 3 grant awards from National Science Foundation on engineering design. Created Stylometrics Pattern making system. Taught in many colleges & schools. Organizer, Boston fashion Industry Meetup Fashion Solutions blog with Chat Room for helping young designers worldwide http://fashionsolutions.blogspot.com/ Desire to leave my legacy of knowledge & expertise to the whole global community & have many ideas for doing so.
waqastoorDec 11 2006 - 16:45PakistanWeb Development , Server Management , ERP , Linux Hacks
jwaluDec 11 2006 - 12:22KenyaNational ICT Policy, Regulatory issues, Internet Technologies and Infrastructure. IT Security and Assuarance.
leoburdDec 11 2006 - 11:22United Statessoftware development, youth participation, social empowerment
cristina1.rossiDec 11 2006 - 10:14ItalyResearcher in economics
molelugbDec 11 2006 - 07:01BotswanaI am in the education sector heading the Educational Technology Unit of Centre for Academic Development in the University of Botswana. My Unit is charged with the responsibility of implementing eLearning in the University and for four years now we have been using a proprietary platform( WebCT) which is increasingly becoming too expensive for us as a universitry in a developing country. I have set up a working group to advice the university on the possibilities of using an open source platform. I hope joining this platform will accord us an opportunity to learn more about the requirements of an open source.
damirDec 11 2006 - 04:45UzbekistanICT for development, software development, web design, free/open source software, e-government
lindaDec 11 2006 - 02:23United Statesproject management in Operation area for a pharma company
femLINKPACIFIC ...Dec 10 2006 - 21:22FijiMedia Communication ICT for development
Kerry SantoDec 10 2006 - 20:58United Kingdom
kumarpatnamDec 10 2006 - 06:01Indiaacademic research on development and diffusion of FLOSS in India
yogesh_cbyDec 10 2006 - 03:29IndiaWireless communication and VoIP
Yi ZhouDec 9 2006 - 18:03ChinaEconomics of Intellectual Property
insurancesurveyorDec 9 2006 - 13:07IndiaI practice as Insurnace surveyor in india. I have a greater vision to take this profession on global platform. There are umpteen issues i would like to address and draw attention of people from all walks of life as insurance has now become fourth basic necessity after food, clothing and shelter
mbashirDec 9 2006 - 10:54Sudan
krisdevDec 9 2006 - 05:58IndiaICT & e-Governance
stewartmarDec 9 2006 - 05:45BarbadosICT for education and development
sunnyDec 9 2006 - 05:11AustraliaProviding web services
RANGA BABUDec 9 2006 - 03:08Indiarunning National level not for profit organisation 'AWARD' AND interest is social service and fund raising.
emagineDec 8 2006 - 20:42PakistanMarketing | Venture Capital | Operations Management | Information Technology | ERP Planning & Deployment