[Ubuntu-ma] Fwd: maroc numéric 2013 et l 'opensource
Hassan El Jacifi
waver at ubuntu.com
Jeu 17 Juin 10:17:20 BST 2010
Dell recommande Ubuntu ;)
J'aime bien le point (6):
Ubuntu is safer than Microsoft® Windows®
The vast majority of viruses and spyware written by hackers are not
designed to target and attack Linux.
Et le comparatif :
Le -10. 01. 37 20:59, Nordin a écrit :
> Oui oui, il y'a Skype.
> The problem still is that the majority use MSN as chat platform. Why? I
> think it's because a lot of people in the world use hotmail as email
> acount. With that same acount you can easily login on MSN without to
> register again. Registering is one of the thing people don't like,
> including myself. So as we moroccans in Europe keep in touch with the
> family in Morocco, we simply use MSN, cause that's what we have. Google
> chat isn't so popular here in Europe and maybe it's the same in Morocco,
> from what I've seen in Cybercafes. Skype is more popular as internet
> phone, but due to poor connection, it didn't work well. With MSN,
> somehow people could find other people, like girls and try to contact
> them, that's the reality. So MSN made itself attractive to the simple
> users, and that's a strong Mircosoft strategy.
What about aMSN? I don't use it but I think you can do voice/video call
with other MSN users.
> If Skype is getting bigger (and it will be for sure, when all smartphone
> will support Skype) more people will use Skype. Since Skype work well on
> Linux, than the chances are much better people will switch to Linux
> encouraged by the fact that Linux is free, stable and 7alal :p
You can have skype with almost all the new smartphone, even the old
ones. People should just know that with skype+smartphone+wifi, we can
call another skype user anywhere he is. For free ;)
Until know skype is not yet open source  but there's replacement 
for people who want to use only opensource software.
Hassan El Jacifi
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