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on 11th June 2015 / by webmaster
Zyxware Technologies is signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with VHSS Irimpanam, Thrippunithura, Ernakulam, on Friday, 12 June 2015, at 2.00 p.m., to launch the computational thinking skill enhancement initiative. The company would be donating Raspberry Pi kits, purchased through the contributions of its employees, to the Irimpanam School as part of the programme. The function would be held in the presence of PTA members, Teachers and club members. Mr.Vimal, Technical Architect, Zyxware Technologies, would give a 45-minute presentation on the proposed programme to the audience. This initiative would be taken over by the Zyxware Foundation, the philanthropic wing of the organization, which is planned to be launched by the end of August 2015. It is a stepping stone towards achieving Zyxware's organizational vision of steering social change and contributing to the formation of a compassionate and just society. Objective: The primary objective of the initiative is to improve the computational thinking abilities of children from classes 6-10 through a set of fun-filled activities and structured training programs designed and implemented by Zyxware with the assistance of VHSS and its staff. It offers an exciting platform to improve the problem-solving skills and collaborative habits in children, and also instill in them a passion for technology. Key activities: As part of the engagement, several workshops (2 workshops, 2 days a week) would be held for the students and teachers of the school throughout the academic year. The workshops will be facilitated by the resource persons from Zyxware for strengthening course design, material and pedagogy. A single training session of 3-hour duration would be conducted every month on a Saturday. There will be a total of 10 sessions led by resource persons from Zyxware with the assistance of staff from VHSS. The training sessions will continue till March 2016. The batch size is restricted to 20. The competencies acquired by children as part of the programme would be constantly evaluated, and exhibitions will be organized at the school where students can demonstrate their problem-solving skills through computational thinking. News Announcements Community Projects Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 13th May 2015 / by webmaster
Zyxware Technologies is pleased to announce that it has joined Open Invention Network (OIN), the largest patent non-aggression community formed with the mission to protect and promote Linux. This is a major move for Zyxware as it positively affirms the company's support and commitment for innovation in open source software. Open Invention Network (OIN) is an organization that seeks to foster collaboration and patent non-aggression in support of Linux. Formed in 2005, OIN is backed by industry giants such as Google, IBM, NEC, Philips, Red Hat, Sony, and SUSE. OIN is the most effective way to substantially reduce the patent risk around Linux-related technology. Patents owned by Open Invention Network are available free of charge or royalties to any individual or organization that is working on Linux, GNU, Android or any other Linux-related software. By using patents in a collaborative environment, OIN accelerates innovation in the global marketplace and enables organizations to make significant investments in Linux, thus improving their strategic positioning and driving economic growth. The scope of the OIN license encompasses not only the deployment of Open source solutions but also the internal use of Open source technology for infrastructure and services. These could include the company website, internal tools and development platforms. Several thousand organizations have already joined OIN in support of patent non-aggression and to get royalty free access to Linux system patents of other OIN participants. OIN has over 1250 vendor and user licensees across multiple sectors and owns over 400,000 patents and applications in the US (over 1.6 million globally), a percentage of which directly relates to the Linux System and are subject to the OIN cross-license. By joining OIN, individuals or organizations receive a royalty-free unrestricted license to 1000 international patents and applications owned by OIN. For more information, please visit http://www.openinventionnetwork.com News Announcements Open Source Community Projects Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 24th April 2015 / by webmaster
Zyxware Technologies is on cloud nine, as it gears up to celebrate the worldwide release of Debian 8 “Jessie” - the latest stable version of the well-known Debian distro. The much-awaited Debian GNU/Linux 8 (codename 'Jessie') computer operating system is slated for release on Saturday, April 25, 2015. This is in fact a wonderful news for Debian fans, as the new operating system brings with it an array of fascinating features, up-to-date Linux technologies, and core components. Zyxware will organize a Debian Jessie release party on Monday, April 27, 2015, between 16:00 to 18:00 IST, to commemorate the event. The occasion also acts an opportunity to promote free software, build awareness among our people on the philosophy of Debian (Debian Manifesto and Debian Free Software Guidelines), and to introduce the SDLC practices followed by the Debian Project to the various teams in the organization. About Debian Debian is one of the oldest and most popular GNU/Linux distributions in the world, used by millions of users on both servers and desktops. Debian is a massive project, with around 15,000 software packages and supports 73 languages and 8 architectures. Currently, around 1000 developers are working on Debian project. Interestingly, like Ubuntu, the code names of Debian releases have a peculiarity - they are derived from the names of the characters in the famous animation movie, 'Toy Story'. More than 37493 packages will be available in Debian Jessie. Debian is the base distribution or distro for Ubuntu, which is used by Zyxware to power all its systems. On Saturday, the Debian project would announce the immediate availability for download and upgrade of Debian 8.0 (Jessie) computer operating system, the biggest and most advanced release to date. Refer the links below for further information on Debian: https://www.debian.org/intro/about https://www.debian.org/releases/jessie/ Details of the event: Venue: Zyxware #3  Zyxware #4 Zyxware #6  Time:27-04-2015(16:00 -18:00 IST) Theme:Venue in 'Toy story' theme Dress code: Yellow and White for women White and Blue for men News Announcements Release Party Debian Free Software Community Projects Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 17th April 2015 / by webmaster
Age does not matter when it comes to learning technology. Break the barriers, and explore the magic of technology with Zyxware! Zyxware Technologies is organizing a free e-literacy campaign for senior citizens as part of the company's community services initiative. The classes will cover the basics of computer hardware, operating systems (Windows, GNU/Linux, it@school), office applications (Document processor, Spreadsheet, Presentation, Drawing), and Internet applications (Browsers, Email, Skype, Google, Facebook). The participants can enrol for the classes based on their time and convenience. Zyxware employees are requested to actively volunteer on Saturdays to take classes. News Announcements Community Services Community Projects Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 09th December 2014 / by webmaster
Zyxware Technologies has developed and contributed CiviWCI (CiviCRM Widget Creation Interface) to the Free Software Foundation to assist in the fund raising campaign that FSF is launching in Dec 2014. The extension is expected to help FSF create “Donate Now” and “Join Now” widgets (fund raising and newsletter subscription) that can be embedded on any site that wishes to support FSF. This extension will replace the earlier widget system used by FSF. Through this contribution, Zyxware once again reaffirms its commitment to Free Software and the community around Free Software. CiviWCI is a CMS independent extension for creating and managing embeddable widgets, which can display content from various CiviCRM properties such as Donate links, Progress bar, Malinglist signup forms, html text etc. The Widget Creation Interface (WCI) also offers the flexibility to CiviCRM users to customize the look and feel of the widgets. The widget can be embedded on any website, irrespective of the technology or platform used. CiviCRM is a web­-based, open source, highly customizable, Constituency Relationship Management (CRM) software aimed at meeting the needs of non­profit and other civic­sector organizations. CiviCRM's robust feature set enables organizations to promote their organizational objectives through contact management, fundraising, event management, member management, mass e­mail marketing, peer­to­peer campaigns, case management, and lots more. CiviCRM is best integrated with Drupal but it has integrations with Wordpress and Joomla as well. Prerequisites: CMS (Any CMS supported by CiviCRM, we prefer Drupal) CiviCRM Version 4.4.7 or above Features: Enables users to create embeddable widgets with the support of the existing CiviCRM components such as contribution pages and mailinglists. Progress bars can be created and added to widgets which allows the user to know the current contribution status. Facilitates users to modify the widget appearing in a website without changing the embed code. With WCI, it is possible to cache the widget to reduce the load on the CiviCRM server. Please refer to the link below for more details: https://github.com/zyxware/civiwci/wiki https://civicrm.org/extensions/civiwci For further information about the widget and to customize the widget for your organization, please do get in touch with us. Community Projects Free Software News Contributions CiviCRM FSF Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker * Peter Bull (not verified) access_time 18 Apr 2019 - 15:51 Hi. I'm using CiviCRM with Wordpress for a non-profit sports club in the UK. We have only just started to trial CiviCRM to control our membership system, the numbers of which are quite modest at the moment. We are looking for a widget to embed in a sidebar to show the number of current members that we have at any given time, that would populate itself by data from the CiviCRM membership database. Could you please tell us whether your proposed extension would be capable of doing that or be adapted to do that? Many thanks Peter Add new comment
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on 19th September 2014 / by webmaster
International Centre for Free and Open Source Software (ICFOSS) and Free Software User Group, Trivandrum are hosting a Software Freedom Day celebration event on Saturday, 20th of September, 2014 at the Main Hall, Trivandrum Press Club between 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM. Zyxware Technologies is coordinating and sponsoring the event. The Software Freedom Day celebration is an annual event coordinated by Software Freedom International, a non profit organisation working towards promoting Free Software. The purpose of the event is to spread awareness about Free Software in society. This will be a good opportunity to get to know Free Software, reaffirm our commitment to Free Software philosophy and spend time with members of the Free Software community. This celebration in Trivandrum is organised around31 the theme 'Government Organisations and Free Software in Kerala'. Accordingly, there will be short presentations on Free Software migration experiences at Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB), IT@School, Kerala Khadi and Village Industries Board, Kerala Legislative Assembly by representatives of these organisations. This will be followed by a felicitation of these organisations and brief Question and Answer session on Free Software migrations with a panel of Free Software professionals. The main speakers at the event are Mr. P. H. Kurien IAS, Principal Secretary, Department of Information Technology, (Govt of Kerala)?, Mr. Satish Babu, Director, ICFOSS, Dr. V. Sasikumar, (Member of the Board) FSF India. The Government of Kerala has time and again reiterated its belief in Free Software through its IT policies of recent years and its decision to completely move onto FOSS for all its computing purposes.These organisations have provided the much needed proof that such attempts are feasible in light of the government order on Free Software migration in government departments. This celebration is an opportunity to showcase the success stories so far. We welcome Free Software users, enthusiasts and activists to the event and join the celebrations with the international community. */ Community Projects Free Software News SFD Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 17th December 2013 / by webmaster
As part of the ongoing process of migrating computers in Kerala Legislative Assembly to Free Software, we got the opportunity to offer GNU/Linux training to the first set of 120 employees of Kerala Niyamasabha. Zyxware Technologies conducted trainings for 8 batches of staff of Assembly. Each batch had a session of 2 hours each. This was spread over 8 days between November 26, 2013 to December 6, 2013. For the last last decade Kerala has slowly been migrating towards Free Software. One of the most successful initiatives in this direction is the IT@School project. KSEB, Khadi Board and some other government offices too have similar stories of successful Free Software migration. The Kerala Legislative Assembly, has also been making an effort in this direction. It is heartening to note that the heart of democratic power in Kerala is adopting Free Software for its functioning. The Kerala Legislative Assembly began this initiative with a distribution of Free Software pre-installed laptops to members of the Assembly and some of the staff. Zyxware Technologies, along with Canonical, had provided support for this. However, the transition had not been completed and there were many stumbling blocks in between. The Assembly began a process of converting the documentation of the proceedings of the Assembly and other texts generated within Kerala Legislative Assembly into Unicode format from the earlier ASCII data. A training was given to the staff of the Assembly including the typists, supervisors and other relevant officers on Inscript Keyboard as part of this conversion. However, inadvertently, it gave out the impression that everybody should learn Inscript to create content in Unicode. Since most of the staff were using Remington for long, they found the shift to Inscript difficult and inefficient. Very soon, it reinforced the popular myth that Free Software is not user friendly in their minds. It was in this context that the Assembly approached ICFOSS to organise a training for their staff. In turn, ICFOSS selected Zyxware Technologies as the organisation to provide training at the Assembly. Zyxware Technologies has considerable experience in this area of Free Software trainings. The classes were led by Sooraj Kenoth, Free Software Consultant at Zyxware Technologies with the assistance of Sandeep Sasikumar, System Administrator at Zyxware Technologies. Apart from them, additional support staff from ICFOSS was also present for the trainings. (Anjali System Administrator at ICFOSS and Abhilash System Administrator at ICFOSS). The training started on November 26 with a Keynote speech by Dr.Sreenivasan of ICFOSS. He said Free Software closely resembles the laws of nature. Therefore, it is a model that can survive across generations. Moving towards Free Software is an intelligent choice. One of the key challenges facing the trainers were some of the perceptions about Free Software in the minds of the staff. Some of these included, “Free Software is a Free of cost product from Free Software Foundation(FSF) a company like Microsoft, it is available with a name Ubuntu.” This led to the feeling amongst the staff that the government wanted to reduce the expenses by moving to free of cost products and put the additional burden of learning a new system on the staff. Realising this, the trainers explained to the staff the concept of Free Software and the relevance of Software Freedom. In the case of proprietary software, we are likely to fall into a dependency on most the technologies we are using to simplify our tasks. These dependencies can give the power to developer to control us through the application and eventually they may start to rule us. Free Software was a counter to this. Once, the initial confusion was cleared, they began to take a keen interest in learning Free Software tools. Soon we got to the issue of difficulty they faced in typing using Inscript. The good news from their point of view was that they did not have to depend on Inscript for Malayalam typing but they could go back to their trusted tool, Remington. Apart from that in GNU/Linux they have Malayalam spell checker, auto correct etc. These were advantages that Free Software had as opposed to Microsoft Windows. The participants in the training were convinced that in Free Software, the control was always with the user and that by learning the technology, they could control it. At this particular point, it is important to remember the contributions of Sathosh Thottingal the initiator of Malayalam spell checker and auto-correct and Sebin Abraham Jacob who ported Remington to GNU/Linux. We followed Unity-Desktop as all the systems have pre-installed Ubuntu with Unity environment. We introduced the other desktop environments that were available like GNOME, KDE, XFCE, LXDE etc. The properly categorised menu in all these systems and wide variety of choices went a long way in removing the misconception that Free Software is not user friendly. The non-complex file manager and traditional interface in Libre Office made them to a conclude that Free Software is easy to learn and not a major challenge as they previously thought. Also a lot people expressed their interest to install GNU/Linux in their home desktops/laptops when they came to know that there is less chance for virus attacks in GNU/Linux systems. The class had a mixed type of audience. There were people who didn't touch the computer for last five years, and at the same time good experienced candidates. The customisation and experiments made most of the installed features unusable. Eight years of experience in Free Software and training on the part of the trainers helped manage this diversity and make it a useful learning experience for the participants. We look forward to a successful Free Software migration at the Kerala Legislative Assembly. It will be an important advance for Free Software in Kerala. Announcements Community Projects Training Ubuntu Free Software News GNU Linux Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 22nd May 2012 / by Thomas
Zyxware Technologies conducted a series of GNU/Linux workshops on Free Software Tools, as part of the Free Software training imparted to the Staff of Santhigiri Ashram. Santhigiri Ashram at Pothencode, Trivandrum is an Ashram pursuing the cause of a spiritual awakening in society. As part of this pursuit,Santhigiri Ashram runs a range of institutions across the country including schools, hospitals, colleges, Ayurveda stores and many more. We were invited by Santhigiri Ashram to conduct a set of GNU/Linux workshops for the staff of their institutions. They had identified Ubuntu as the platform for the training. Zyxware conducted multiple batches of GNU/Linux workshops with Introduction to OpenOffice and other Free Software tools for selected staff of Santhigiri Ashram. Special focus was given to the three OpenOffice applications, viz. OpenOffice Writer, OpenOffice Calc and OpenOffice Impress, and GIMP. The participants were also introduced to some of the power tools in OpenOffice Calc like pivot table, data validation and logical functions. We also demonstrated the configuration and usage of typing in Malayalam in Ubuntu. It was a wonderful opportunity for us to take the idea of Free Software to them and familiarise them with some of the Community Developed Software. Many were being exposed to Ubuntu and Open Office for the first time in their life. The following was the syllabus around which the training was conducted. Getting started with Ubuntu Introduction to Hardware and Operating System (OS) Menu Introduction to System Tools File manager (File Structure, Hidden Files, Mounting and Unmounting USB, Bookmarking Folders, Location Finder) Package Manager (for installation of applications) Searching for Applications and Files and Folders Connecting to Internet/Network Broadband (if required) Using Network Manager Introduction to Office Applications OpenOffice Writer, OpenOffice Presentation, OpenOffice Draw, OpenOffice calc Using Malayalam in computer Saving in different formats (Images and Documents) Printing (Changing Resolution, Grey Scale, Reducing Size) File sharing via ssh Desktop sharing Ubuntu and Internet Applications Email Client Browsers Instant Messenger(pidgin, empathy etc.) Installation of OS (Demo) Announcements Community Projects Training Free Software News GNU Linux Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 21st May 2012 / by Thomas
The Freedom Toaster from Zyxware Technologies is back. This time at the Santhigiri Fest, 2012. Santhigiri Ashram took the initiative to provide us with a space for Freedom Toaster at the venue of the Santhigiri Fest, 2012. For those of you who may not know, the Freedom Toaster is a kiosk from where you can burn Free Software Distributions and Softwares freely. This time, we have added the latest version of Ubuntu, (Precise Pangolin, Ubuntu 12.04), IT@School and Malayalam Offline Wiki. There are many more Distributions including Fedora, Mint, CentOS. The Freedom Toaster will be at the Santhigiri Fest till 31st of May, 2012, the concluding day of the Fest. We invite all to avail of the opportunity to own your copy of desired Free Softwares. Announcements Community Projects Free Software News Freedom Toaster Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 26th December 2008 / by webmaster
We have been running a highly popular Request CD program for the last one year. Through this people across India have been requesting Free and Open Source Software from us and we have been downloading and writing these on to CDs and DVDs and sending to these people. We have only been charging for the cost of the media and the shipping and handling charges from the people because we wanted to use this program to promote Free Software across India. We have prepared the list of software that are currently available from us through RequestCD and are publishing it here You can order any of these CDs and DVDs from RequestCD. Even if the software you want is not here you can still order it through RequestCD and we will download it and send it to you as long as the license of the software meets the OSI guidelines. 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