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Swecha
As you all know Executive Committee is the highest body of decision making in Swecha.. This is to hereby announce that the Executive Committee of Swecha has decided to post decisions made at every EC meeting to our website 'https://www.swecha.org'
Swecha - Wikipedia
Swecha is a non-profit organization formerly called as Free Software Foundation Andhra Pradesh (or FSF-AP in short) later changed name to Swecha which is also the first Telugu Operating System released in year 2005, Swecha is a part of Free Software Movement of India (FSMI).
Swecha | LinkedIn
Swecha is a Free Software project driven by volunteers. Most components of the projects are licensed under the GNU General Public License. You can use this software for any purpose, make modifications you like and distribute it to anyone.
Swecha - స్వేచ్ఛ - Home | Facebook
Swecha - స్వేచ్ఛ, Hyderabad, India. 8.6K likes. Swecha is a non-profit organization committed to promote Free Software Movement in Telugu States.
Swecha - VITS - Home | Facebook
Swecha - VITS. 551 likes. Swecha is an technical platform to all the Engg. students. Apart from our Academics attending Swecha camps & workshops will...
Swecha | స్వేచ్ఛ (@SwechaFSMI) | Twitter
The latest Tweets from Swecha | స్వేచ్ఛ (@SwechaFSMI). Swecha is a Not-for-Profit Organization aimed at advocating the usage of Free Software Technologies amongst various sections of the society.
Swecha FSMI (@swechafsm) | Twitter
The latest Tweets from Swecha FSMI (@swechafsm). Swecha, part of the Free Software Movement of India, is an organization based in AP for the promotion of Free Software.
About Us - Eswecha
E-swecha is an operating system completely for the engineers by the engineers and to the engineers. E-swecha is again the project taken up by swecha.
Swecha
Swecha in association with the M-GLUG organized FreedomFest 2k17 on 18th,19th February 2017 at MVGR College,Vizanagaram. About 130 students attended the session
DistroWatch.com: Swecha
Swecha LiveCD is a Debian-based Linux distribution localised into Telugu, one of the official languages of India. Common tasks such as writing and printing documents, browsing the web, sending and receiving emails, chatting and editing graphics can all be accomplished in Telugu directly from the live CD.