Asian Open Source Centre

Asian Open Source Centre

Das Asian Open Source Centre (AsiaOSC) ist eine Initiative zur Förderung freier und quelloffener Software in Asien.

Den Mittelpunkt der Aktivitäten bildet der Asienbezug bei der Nutzung von Open-Source-Software, wie etwa Internationalisierung von Software in Bezug auf asiatische Sprachen, der Einsatz von Open-Source-Software zur Erstellung von Inhalten in den regionalen Sprachen, und zur Überwindung der 'digitalen Kluft'.

Das AsiaOSC beherbergt ein asienspezifisches Open-Source-Wiki, sowie eine umfangreiche Liste von Open-Source-Konferenzen und Veranstaltungen im asiatischen Raum.


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