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Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2014 14:28:03 +0300
From: Mark Kipyegon <>
To: "" <>
Subject: Re: Re: Location of OS security audit reports

Apologies if my question is off topic. Wouldn't an OS targeting a specific group have the risk of fragmenting globally accepted standards?

On 20 Nov 2014, at 14:14, "Niklas Kielblock" <> wrote:

> The Chinese government publishes its own Linux distribution and there are many others making distributions targeting specific cultural groups, but I'm not aware of any greater efforts to build unique national operating systems.
> On 19/11/2014 18:54, M.T. Roebuck wrote:
>> I see you're in Vietnam is there anything at all like a non-western
>> OS in use there? Or anywhere in that part of the world? I must be
>> naive but I thought I was just lacking information. It doesn't
>> seem possible that there are only "western" OSs on the entire
>> planet. Although my problem might just be that my definition of
>> OS is all wrong.

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