Joachim Breitner

Free Software Club in Tema, Ghana

Published 2006-08-17 in sections English, Debian, Ghana.

A while ago, I blogged about going to Ghana, to spread Free Software. By now, I'm here in Tema, at the coast near Accra, and school has started. My actual work has still to get going, but I know I will hold a Club where I hope to assemble all the possible future Hacker here at the school, to introduce them to the world of Free Software, of wikis and collobarative work and to the Blogosphere. Or something like that, depends on what they want. I have put up signs to advertise the club, if you want, you can have a look at the slogans.

For the school infrastructure itself, I have created a list of possible applications of Free Software Comments are welcome!

PS: The "Obroni" in "Obroni Computer Club" is what the kids in the street call me. It actually just means "White Man"...

Comments

hey Jo!
so was it me giving you the hint for your new nickname down there?? ;)

hugs, m0e
#1 m0e (Homepage) am 2006-08-17
Actually, no, I had the idea before that :-)
#2 Joachim Breitner (Homepage) am 2006-08-18
have you checked out: http://www.schoolnet.na
love the work you're doing! Keep up the fight for FLOSS!
Kev
#3 Kevin Mark (Homepage) am 2006-08-18

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