For Malaysians that decide to use OpenOffice.org, things always get a little more interesting. This is because, in Malaysia, we predominantly have the Malays, the Indians and the Chinese. This melting pot brings us into an interesting area, as we not only speak English, we also have Bahasa Malaysia (or Bahasa Melayu), Mandarin, and Tamil as written languages. In terms of spoken languages and dialects, there are even more.
A company located in Ampang, accepting orders from all over Malaysia - payment by credit card or bank-in into their account.
- Byte Craft Sdn. Bhd.
Official OpenOffice.org CD distributors as well, another KL-based company.
- Asian Open Source Centre
Here, they send you CD's for FREE, Malaysia-wide. Offer is limited to 2 packages, and the current offer may be withdrawn or changed to "cost price" in the future.
- Malaysian National Computer Confederation
Organisers of the OSS 101 Appreciation Workshop, which includes training of the OOo package during the first day. Practical exposure to all the applications within the package occur here, as with many other Open Source related utilities.