Stephane Dudzinski, Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 09:08:50AM +0000:
> > Then use that knowledge to help do similar for a Social Economy Programme ,
> > I've got involved with.
> > Make any sense to anyone?
> Deploying Linux in social organisations is always a plus :)
There is currently some work being done by a group of persons all
involved with NGOs, varying from Indymedia to various hacklabs around
Europe, from riseup.net to, erm, autistici/inventati. It's a debian
subproject called, surprisingly, debian-non-profit (debian-np), and has
currently the form of a Morphix-derived live CD. More infos at
It's aimed at the creation of a DFSG-only distribution aimed at the
needings of non-profit organisations. Maybe worth a look. :)
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