Articles By John Yarney

Foundation aims to spur open source in Africa

Foundation aims to spur open source in Africa

The formal launch of the Free Software and Open Source Foundation for Africa (FOSSFA) should help consolidate the efforts of...

March 13th, 2003 John Yarney
Digital Africa Summit spotlights VoIP

Digital Africa Summit spotlights VoIP

African countries stand to gain a great deal if they accept voice over IP (VoIP), attendees and speakers at the...

February 24th, 2003 John Yarney
Summit eyes challenges to Africa’s telecom growth

Summit eyes challenges to Africa’s telecom growth

For people in most parts of Africa, developments in telecommunications infrastructure will not come about quickly unless African governments create...

February 24th, 2003 John Yarney
Summit eyes challenges to Africa’s telecom growth

Summit eyes challenges to Africa’s telecom growth

For people in most parts of Africa, developments in telecommunications infrastructure will not come about quickly unless African governments create...

February 19th, 2003 John Yarney
South Africa proposal cheers open-source advocates

South Africa proposal cheers open-source advocates

South Africa open source advocates are saying that a new IT policy framework proposal that advocates the use of open...

February 13th, 2003 John Yarney
Copyright law may aid open source in Ghana

Copyright law may aid open source in Ghana

Open source advocates in Ghana are taking advantage of a copyright bill being considered in the country's parliament to push...

January 30th, 2003 John Yarney
Telenor expands presence in Africa with Ghana deal

Telenor expands presence in Africa with Ghana deal

Telecom Management Partner (TMP), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Norwegian telecommunications group Telenor ASA, has entered into a three-year...

January 15th, 2003 John Yarney