On Sun, Apr 04, 2004 at 09:17:15PM +0100, NW Dublin wrote:
> Alan Horkan wrote:
> >i dont think it makes sense generally to try and limit software by
> >geography like that and I dont think any data you gather will be
> >particularly meaningfull but nonetheless it may still be interesting
i think it's a good idea - it hits home the idea that it is a
collaboration of people around the globe who are putting time and effort
into what we sum up as "linux."
we can't really go around every day saying the names of all the people
and groups who contribute, but i think this a good time to underscore
that there are euopeans contributing to free software. perhaps some
politicians will notice - and keep us in mind when making certain
the squeaky wheel gets the legislation...
kevin at ie.suberic.net ~ Would you put on your resume that 3,000 people
died due to your failure while you were in charge?
So why is George Bush?
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