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== [[Internet Lite]] ==
 
== [[Internet Lite]] ==
 
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* The '''Basic Internet Foundation's''' ''internet lite'' concept addresses issues pertaining to ''network neutrality''
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* This is whereby we don not just focus on filtering content but rather filtering by the ''content type''. Our Amph format reduces the bandwidth by making only text and pictures available
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*The information shared in amp format is equally good and reliable because it just takes in the existing information and filtering the video content to remain with texts and pictures
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* This concept supports the idea of 10minutes of video is equal to one month of information  where the 3% bandwidth is reserved to give access to information
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*The amp format is a part of wordpress and google and opera can have proxy to the network to also amp the page
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*With the amp format comes in our business model whereby, those in need of video access will need subscription through our voucher system whilst the information in the amp format (texts and pictures) is freely accessible
  
 
== [[National Knowledge Portal]] ==
 
== [[National Knowledge Portal]] ==
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From Me to Everyone: (12:51 PM)
 
From Me to Everyone: (12:51 PM)
 

https://www.internetofgoodthings.org/
 

https://www.internetofgoodthings.org/
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*We need to come up with a development strategy
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* The community platform development will focus on on community-based content and it should be framed as an alternative approach rather than an replacement of existing platforms
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*The community platform should ensure an open-source implementation ensure that it addresses the gaps in the existing platforms so that it is water tight
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*We need to address the regulatory issues that can work when creating the platform
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*The focus on the community platform development is creating one which individuals within the community can freely create their own content  and not only consume the content that is existing
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* Ideally, the platform should be community-owned so that it is tailored towards the need its local people
  
 
== [[Women Entrepreneurship]] ==
 
== [[Women Entrepreneurship]] ==
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* if you'd like to have a look, please login at induct.net and search for women entrepreneurship, than we can involve you in the ongoing work.
 
* if you'd like to have a look, please login at induct.net and search for women entrepreneurship, than we can involve you in the ongoing work.
 
* Short presentation of our ideas, presented at African Innovation Week Nov2019: [[Media:Women_Entrepreneurship-AIW_30.10.2019c.pdf]]
 
* Short presentation of our ideas, presented at African Innovation Week Nov2019: [[Media:Women_Entrepreneurship-AIW_30.10.2019c.pdf]]
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*Josephine works with promoting trade among grass-root women in Uganda-Shea Butter, South Africa-Leather, Kenya- pottery and weaving, tea, coffee?
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==Takeaways==
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*Josephine will check with her Community Network colleagues and acquaintances who are interested int he National Knowledge Platform concept with Uganda- Bosco and her contacts in Malawi
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*Josephine will will check on the gaps in their present platforms and give updates
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*With regards to promoting trade among the grass-root women and promoting visibility she will check with her network in Kenya, South Africa and Uganda their interest in our women entrepreneurship platform
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*She will discuss with the different countries and write a joint email to Basic Internet Foundation
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*Josef will apply for open-source from UNICEF

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BasicInternet:BasicInternet-APC-Platform development

Title BasicInternet:BasicInternet-APC-Platform development
Place zoom.basicinternet.no
Date, Time 2020/05/22, 1200-1300
Contact Person Josef.Noll
Participants Josephine Miliza, Brenda Jimris-Rekve, Josef Noll
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Discussion items

Topics

  • Internet Lite
  • National Knowledge Portal
  • Community Platform develop
  • Women Entrepreneurship

Internet Lite

  • The Basic Internet Foundation's internet lite concept addresses issues pertaining to network neutrality
  • This is whereby we don not just focus on filtering content but rather filtering by the content type. Our Amph format reduces the bandwidth by making only text and pictures available
  • The information shared in amp format is equally good and reliable because it just takes in the existing information and filtering the video content to remain with texts and pictures
  • This concept supports the idea of 10minutes of video is equal to one month of information where the 3% bandwidth is reserved to give access to information
  • The amp format is a part of wordpress and google and opera can have proxy to the network to also amp the page
  • With the amp format comes in our business model whereby, those in need of video access will need subscription through our voucher system whilst the information in the amp format (texts and pictures) is freely accessible

National Knowledge Portal

https://its-wiki.no/wiki/BasicInternet:DTC_workshop_for_development_at_ITU



https://docs.google.com/document/d/18aln9OlCN-HvjlgaDXWfZeQvKogR_XbTNrNprfNwqBc/edit?usp=sharing



the National Knowledge Platform is implemented in Rwanda (all inhabitants get their own account)


Community Platform development

and topic #3: the local community platform https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Xcbx2iHGaleRRjQ-Y6nDu3Dr254gQtZNS507Qh1kH2A/edit?usp=sharing
 From Brenda Jimris-Rekve to Everyone: (12:45 PM) 
Bitange Ndemo
Prof.*
 From Me to Everyone: (12:51 PM) 
https://www.internetofgoodthings.org/

  • We need to come up with a development strategy
  • The community platform development will focus on on community-based content and it should be framed as an alternative approach rather than an replacement of existing platforms
  • The community platform should ensure an open-source implementation ensure that it addresses the gaps in the existing platforms so that it is water tight
  • We need to address the regulatory issues that can work when creating the platform
  • The focus on the community platform development is creating one which individuals within the community can freely create their own content and not only consume the content that is existing
  • Ideally, the platform should be community-owned so that it is tailored towards the need its local people

Women Entrepreneurship

is one of our projects, working with the innovation community in Norway. The goal is to link investors with the women in the community networks in need for support, and to do that through the platform

  • if you'd like to have a look, please login at induct.net and search for women entrepreneurship, than we can involve you in the ongoing work.
  • Short presentation of our ideas, presented at African Innovation Week Nov2019: Media:Women_Entrepreneurship-AIW_30.10.2019c.pdf
  • Josephine works with promoting trade among grass-root women in Uganda-Shea Butter, South Africa-Leather, Kenya- pottery and weaving, tea, coffee?

Takeaways

  • Josephine will check with her Community Network colleagues and acquaintances who are interested int he National Knowledge Platform concept with Uganda- Bosco and her contacts in Malawi
  • Josephine will will check on the gaps in their present platforms and give updates
  • With regards to promoting trade among the grass-root women and promoting visibility she will check with her network in Kenya, South Africa and Uganda their interest in our women entrepreneurship platform
  • She will discuss with the different countries and write a joint email to Basic Internet Foundation
  • Josef will apply for open-source from UNICEF