[Ubuntu-be] Oxfam shops
alexficelle at gmail.com
Sun Oct 29 17:05:09 GMT 2006
I know they *used* to install Ubuntu in the Oxfam shop in Ans
(Liège) because at the time they couldn't get Windows licenses. Now,
they are able to sell Windows licenses and I believe they leave the
choice to the customer. And what do you think uninformed people are more
likely to choose? ...
Oxfam Solidarité ANS
Rue de la Station, 45
04/371 20 44
Guillaume Desmottes a écrit :
> Le samedi 28 octobre 2006 à 22:37 +0200, Toni Van Remortel a écrit :
>> Today the NoKeLu meeting 4.02 went about virtualisation (off course I
>> used Ubuntu as host and test clients).
>> One of the participants was a guy who supports the Oxfam 2nd hand shop,
>> where they sell books and computers.
>> The nice thing about that shop in Turnhout, is that they install Ubuntu
>> by default on all computers! They even created a system to auto deploy
>> Ubuntu, including a bunch of software that doesn't come by default (MP3,
>> WMV, Flash, ...).
>> I asked him if he could write out a small info about their system, and
>> post it online.
> Do you know if all Oxfam shops in Belgium ship Ubuntu or it's just an
> isolated case in Turnhout ?
> If not, it sounds like a great job for us to meet each shops and
> convince them to do the same. :)
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