Releasing Anumaan-a predictive text entry system

Today Anumaan (alpha-0.1 version) has been released by C-DAC, Mumbai as a part of its activities and commitment in the area of accessibility. Anumaan is a perspective-based, on-screen predictive text entry system for GNOME desktop. Basically, it is an extension of an Input Method (IM) mechanism (on GNOME desktop) in the sense that it extends … Continue reading Releasing Anumaan-a predictive text entry system


Open Source: an end-user perspective

Some time back in my post "What Open Source really means?" on this blog, I wrote that "open source" should be discussed from end user's perspective also. So, what that perspective should be? Does open source really hold a value for a real world user? Open source philosophy strongly advocates the availability of source code alongwith the software. But for … Continue reading Open Source: an end-user perspective