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  1. Re: Software Freedom Day Saturday Sept 15th, 2007 PA Events

    Lehigh Valley

    Saturday, September 15
    10 am to 4 pm

    Westgate Mall
    2285 Schoenersville Road
    Bethlehem, PA 18017
    www.westgatemall.com
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    Re: Penn State & Microsoft

    You beat me to it. As soon as I saw the thread I thought, "Isn't that OpenBSD repository at psu.edu?"

    I find it hard to imagine that a school the size of Penn State doesn't have multiple...
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    Re: Al Sharpton gets behind Linux

    In a comment on this article about the server/OS choices of candidates' web sites, someone added:

    " Also, if you're going to include Al Gore and Fred Thompson, then how
    can you forget Al Sharpton...
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    Re: Perl vs Python

    Perl, Python, or Ruby should all pretty much be able to accomplish the same tasks - the way you go about it will be different, though. If you have experience with any of them, choose that. If you...
  5. Thread: ubuntu mockup

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    Re: ubuntu mockup

    Wow, I'm really surprised at the reactions to the color here. The mockup was quite beautiful, but it's a complete step backwards in time for Ubuntu. "Human" has gone over time from dark brown to the...
  6. Poll: Re: Administrative Team Members and proposed members

    Updated my wiki page for you: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AlexGretlein
  7. Thread: Approved!!

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    Re: Approved!!

    Congratulations!
  8. Re: Old/crappy pc/laptop users, come chat and share here!

    I have a number of old machines doing various purposes, most of them running Dapper without X. One 350 MHz iMac with 128 MB RAM is quite successfully running Dapper with KDE. Video playback over the...
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    Re: Politics, Theology, and Ubuntu LoCo Teams

    I tend to be in the "Individual Scientologists are mostly harmless - if a little loony" camp, while recognizing that it's destroyed some people's lives, and was founded by one of the most...
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    Re: Politics, Theology, and Ubuntu LoCo Teams

    I agree that by saying participation is voluntary, you are able to exclude the Nazi/extremist-of-any-sort case by default, as no one will volunteer. (I would hope.) On the other hand, the Nazi...
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    Re: Politics, Theology, and Ubuntu LoCo Teams

    I feel this is best handled by disclaiming on all materials any endorsement by Ubuntu, the LoCo, Canonical, or the individuals involved of the organization, it's goals, or methods. And, of course,...
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    Re: Lehigh Valley People

    I completely understand and appreciate that. I was hoping this thread might spark some collective brainstorming into how to activate these areas. My personal opinion is that regional subteams (at...
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    Lehigh Valley People

    I just wanted to get some sense of how many (few?) people there are on here in the Lehigh Valley and surrounding area, and who they are. Maybe we could start playing catch up to Philly - or at least...
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    Re: Article about F/OSS in school

    Moodle has a LOT of on-line information available, but I still feel there's a bit of a learning curve for the individual teacher implementing it - especially if they're not already using similar...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install Citrix Client

    You're better off downloading the rpm rather than the tar from the Citrix download page. Then use alien to convert it to a deb. Very straightforward, and much more reliable than the installation...
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