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Ethiopian Computing & Information Technology Association
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EthCITA on-line Conferences
| ||Item 1. (1995) EthCITA endorses WashRA, a product of EthiO Systems as its official Web Publishing Tool in Ethiopian Script (Ethiopics). (1995) |
| ||Item2 (1995) EthCITA recognizes Ethiopian professionals in the computing and IT industry who have made valuable contribution to their community and profession. Winners of this year's recognition program are: |
EthCITA (1995) featured in Ethiopian Business and Industry Review.
EthCITA (February 1996) sends Linux Developers Resources, MS Visual Studio DS, Brana Ethiopic software, Unix OS and a Plotting program to the Electrical, Math, Biology, Chemistry Depts and Graduate School.
EthCITA (March 1997) sends high-speed modems and software to Graduate School, Technology Faculty (South and North Campuses), Electrical Engineering Dept., Medical Faculty Library and Kennedy Library at AAU.
EthCITA (1998) hosts a technical meeting for setting up a 8-bit standards for Ethiopian script. A committee called (CEC-Committee for Ethiopics Computing) is set-up.
EthCITA (1999) and CEC adopt the 8-bit standards for Ethiopian script.
|This Home-Page summarizes the activities of EthCITA (Ethiopian Computing and Information Technology Association, Inc.). EthCITA is a non-profit professional organization that was started in 1991 by a group of Ethiopians in the computing industry. |
The Association's mission, as stipulated by its charter, is two-pronged. i.e., that of encouraging the use of computing and information technology (IT) by the Ethiopian community both at home and abroad and also coordinating the efforts of electronic networking among the community. EthCITA also administers and defines the mission for what is now the premier mailing list for Ethiopians, EEDN (Ethiopian E-Mail Distribution Network).
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