(Last update : Fri, 16 Jun 2000)
The aim of AdmiNet
AdmiNet aims to become a Cyber-Documentation Center delivering general
about governmental authorities and public services.
Whenever an official information source is available on the Web,
a prior link is set to it. transcription is made
to the Web as soon as possible.
- In the other case, an attempt is made to find another source on the Web
- When both fail, other electronic or even printed matter are collected and a transcription is made to the Web as soon as possible
Note that public information is obviously often freely available,
although frequently only on printed
- No confidential nor copyrighted information should be accepted.
- Any information source should be explicitly stated whenever not
- In a few cases (e.g. logos) a mention is made of restricted use
of the information.
- In accordance with the French legislation "informatique et
libertés" , no mention should be made
of individual information without agreement of cited people.
The history of AdmiNet
AdmiNet was originally based on an idea of
It was developed with the help of
system managers and software developers working in the
Ecole des Mines de Paris
since the end
is a worker of the
French Ministry of Industry.
first collected a lot of non-confidential information,
in order to offer it for free public consultation through the Net.
in order to offer it to free public consultation through the Net.
The AdmiNet project received encouragements of
Jean-Paul BAQUIAST, the former Secretary of the french
Comité Interministériel pour l'Informatique et la Bureautique dans l'Administration
who created the French
It was decided to offer versions in
three languages simultaneously, namely,
English, French and Spanish.
During April '96, a new
was developed for AdmiNet by
Christophe Baubert and
We had discussions with
La Documentation Française
which recently opened
its own site, AdmiFrance
AdmiFrance, whose aims are strongly
related to AdmiNet's aims.
Please note that the definitive main address of AdmiNet is now
AdmiNet's mirrors are now fully on-line at :
New versions of AdmiNet were designed for different languages :
Of course the huge task of AdmiNet has not yet been completely achieved,
and obviously never will be...
Join us !
How it was supported till now ?
Jacques LEVY, Directeur de
l'Ecole des Mines de Paris,
and his managing
staff agreed to support
the AdmiNet service on their host computers for a short experimentation
We would also express thanks to the efficient support provided by the
technical services of the
French Ministry of Industry :
send a mail
use our submission form
, and suggest the more convenient page(s)
- MM. Axel PAVILLET and Yann FRAVAL
- Mr Jean-François POYAU and Mrs Paule WALLART
- Mr Eric BANTEGNIE
Linking to AdmiNet is free.
We suggest you insert the following HTML-sequence in your own page :
<img src="http://www.admi.net/images/head1.gif" border=0>
It would look like this :
<img src="http://www.admi.net/images/admi1.jpg" border=0>
<img src="http://www.evariste.org/images/essai1.gif" border=0>
The team working on AdmiNet is continuously growing.
AdmiNet is an open work. Everyone who agrees with above principles and want
to work with or simply join our "
little Internet community" is pleased to help. Just send an e.mail,
or give new URLs, or even ... send a diskette !
We are looking for
North America : who wants to help us ?
AdmiNet : soon in old times (Middle Age) (in French)
Sign the AdmiNET Guestbook [Chicago]
Does an Adminet exist in other countries ?
Not exactly, but we would suggest you try the following sites :
- Caiman Islands
The Caiman Islands
Republic of Colombia
- Costa Rica
Index - The Costa Rican Connection
- Czech republic
Egypt's Information Highway
site Internet de la République Gabonaise
The Gambia Resource Page
HIR - Hungarian Information Resources
WWW Servers in Japanese Government
the National Information System of Jordan.
- Rich Bowen
- New Zealand
New Zealand Government
Oman Studies Centre
Pakistan Power Page
Siec komputerowa AC PWr
SAPO, Servidor de Apontadores Portugueses
- Russian federation
Russia on the Net
- Saudi Arabia
Rumeni Internet - Slovenia
- South Africa
Confoederatio Helvetica - Swiss Confederation
A. Köksal Hocaoglu
- United Kingdom