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Editorial Q4 2009 Newsletter PDF Print E-mail

For this fourth quarter, we tell you about the dialogue that I-Network organized between the ICT fraternity in Uganda and the Ministry of ICT. It was a very fruitful dialogue with promises of a permanent partnership that will ease communication and promote E-Governance.


We explore the issues raised about NITA-U by you our members on the I-Network mailing list; get a commentary from Badru Ntege who proposes a ‘3D’ concept for NITA-U. This prompts a response from Edward Baliddawa suggesting that NITA-U board should be resolved and appointments started afresh.
 
We tell you about how our own Uganda Linux User Group (LUG), engaged Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web on a recent visit to the Uganda.
In this issue we have introduced the letters page. We urge you to write in to the editor at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for any questions related to ICT and the stories published that you wish to be answered. In the meantime, the I-Network mailing list continues to be the most active IT lists in Uganda with 1300 people.  


On this note, we wish you a Merry Christmas. As usual we have a lot of interesting information that is guaranteed to make this festive season worthwhile.


Enjoy your reading.


Esther.

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