September 16, 2005

Indonesia adopts JDS on Linux as a national desktop

editingwhiz writes "Indonesia's Ministry of Research and Technology Thurday said it will implement a Java Desktop System on Linux as a national-standard desktop, customed-designed for its own culture. This desktop software will be a major component of the new Indonesia Goes Open Source (IGOS) program that aims to help eliminate the "digital divide in the world's largest archipelago," the ministry and Sun Microsystems said in a joint announcement."


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