MySql started in Sweden I think.
On Sat, 2004-04-03 at 21:07, NW Dublin wrote:
> Does anyone know a good way to try and find out the origins of popular
> Linux software. I am working on an ILUG LiveCD for EXPO and I had the
> (possibly crazy) idea of trying to do some sort of round the EU in FOSS,
> maybe even just a page which highlights contributions from all the EU
> member states (and new members and accession members)? Of course I'd
> really like to have all the software on the cd aswell so it should be
> normal and useful ... (I ask a lot)
>> Here is a list of the countries and some things software which came
> straight to mind (not much !!!). Any ideas on how to find more, or
> anything people can think of ...
>> Full EU Members
> Germany Knoppix
> France Videolan and libdvdcss !!!
> Ireland emmmm ... o2sms ?
> Netherlands blender
> Finland Linux
> United Kingdom (Alan Cox)
>> Accession Members
>> Czech Republic
> Hungary MPlayer
>> Any other comments/requests on the expo live cd welcome, doesn't mean
> I'll do it though :-)
>> Niall Walsh
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