Posts Tagged: Indonesia

Surf & Turf: developing interagency e-services in Malaysia & Indonesia

I’m back from a couple of great weeks on the road in two of my favourite cities – Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta. On the face of it they’re a study in contrasts – Jakarta’s raucous streets and baffling traffic rules perhaps an echo of the lack of coordination that comes with a proudly democratic and… Read more »

Former Marylander Convicted Of Terrorism

http://www.homelandsecuritynet.com/HSN/2012/03/former-marylander-convicted-of-terrorism/ Majid Khan Helped Plot Indonesia Bombing, Attempted Assassination BALTIMORE — A former Baltimore County man was convicted as a terrorist on Wednesday. Majid Khan, 32, pleaded guilty to helping al-Qaida plot attacks all over the world, including a 2003 car bombing in Indonesia that killed at least a dozen people and the attempted assassination… Read more »

This is HOT: Open data for humanitarian relief

This article was originally published on opensource.com. It’s HOT in Haiti, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, and other nations around the world. Why? Because Kate Chapman, the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT), and many volunteers are improving local economies and creating an open map of the world. At SouthEast LinuxFest, held earlier this year, I learned about Humanitarian… Read more »