About a year and a half ago, I gave a workshop to the Revenue Commissioners.
I purposely avoided the term Open Source and used "Free Software" as well as
To say that the RC didn't get it would be a profound understatement.
On 20 Sep 2005 14:30:27 +0100, Ciaran O'Riordan <ciaran at fsfe.org> wrote:
>>> Braun Brelin <bbrelin at gmail.com> writes:
> > If I were to propose doing a series of workshops on Open Source
> > technologies, can you all give me some thoughts on what sort of things
> > like to see included?
>> It would be useful to include the terms "free software" and "GNU/Linux".
>> Breaking the ties to free software's history prevents people from learning
> about freedom. People who don't value what they get, will let it slip
> through their fingers.
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