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April 11th, 2009
Nanotechnology, Mesh networking future of Sri Lankan software
The future of Open Source software in Sri Lanka is in projects pertaining to nanotechnology, defence / security technologies, and mesh networking applications, such as elephant tracking and neighbourhood watch. This is according to Open Source proponent and Lanka Software Foundation (LSF) Founder, Director and Chief Scientist, Dr. Sanjiva Weerawarana, who was speaking at a recent event announcing the creation of a new governing body for Sahana, a holistic management software system developed by LSF in the 'wake of the 2004 South Asian tsunami'.
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