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Re: [ossig] vendors encouraged to go open source



sounds like tongkat ali to me :-)

Dr Molly Cheah wrote:

> Nan Phin wrote:
>
> >so Dr. what is the therapy?
> >panadol, antibiotic or tongkat ali..... :-)
> >
> >
>
> It's not as simple as that-lah. Let me give you an analogy. Take dengue
> and life style diseases, you don't achieve much by the treatment you
> give to those affected and infected. MNCC, individuals with good
> intention etc will not make great impact no matter how much they promote
> via installfest, training sessions etc. I'm not belittling everyone's
> efforts. It's just that unless effective "business/marketing" methods
> are used, adoption of oss will remain insignificant, despite what I said
> of MAMPU's role.
>
> Dinesh made a start with his talk on oss to a MIMOS/NITC/DAGS organised
> meeting end of last year, but the "marketing" of the talk was not well
> done and there was no follow-up efforts on any of the mentioned party's
> part. I remember there was a guy whose was ? supposed to implement oss
> in local government projects present at the talk. I wonder if he is
> still on track or has succumbed to M$.net too.
>
> Molly
>
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best wishes.
/nan phin

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.



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