Ict@innovation: Free your IT Business in Africa/5-References

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  1. Significant parts of this topic are based on Francois Letellier's teaching materials for FOSSBridge Vietnam. © Francois Letellier 2008, published under Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike License 2.0. For more information;
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