On Fri, 2002-03-22 at 10:22, Philip Trickett wrote:
> Might it be a good idea to get in contact with the Irish Times on how
> some companies on this list use Linux and GPL'd software to have a
> positive effect on computer use, e.g. in education, where schools can't
> really afford M$ software, and have to make do with second hand
> hardware, or in other projects, which contribute to computers being more
> accessible to people and organisations of limited means.
>> I'd be willing to say how we use Linux in our work.
I know from experience that the times will use any brief their given by
anyone to write an artice - so a good open source one would be possible.
I'm setting up Linux in my school and with their permission I could talk
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