During the past four years, Vietnam has adopted policies designed to encourage the development and application of OSS, resulting in a total of between 14,000 and 20,000 personal computers using OpenOffice, Firefox, Unikey and other free software.
There seems to be more of an interest in open source software in Hanoi then down here in Saigon. I hope the Linux users down here can get more active in 2009. For myself, I know I have introduced about 150-200 students to BSD/Linux and open source software for their first time 🙂
Read more of the article here -> http://hdvoice.tmcnet.com/news/2008/12/06/3838095.htm