[Ubuntu-be] help: map.ubuntu-be.org/fr ?
stancomb at gmail.com
Fri Jan 30 21:53:39 GMT 2009
Hello Y P,
I just tried the site and had no problems so I'm not sure what
difficulties you're having. Can you use google maps on your platform?
(the site appears to be based on google maps).
For a support point for your friend: I found no-one in Oupeye, but
Herstal is quite close and there are three people there and two are
willing to provide installation help. There are two more people in
Vise which is also very close.
There are no contact details published on the site so you'll still
have to go through the website.
P.S. I think it is an excellent site and recently tried to drum up
support for a global site over on brainstorm
2009/1/30 Y P <yellow.penguin at edpnet.be>:
> I'd like to help a friend of Oupeye, (Liège):
> he's blind and wants to migrate from an old Debian Sarge to Ubuntu (with
> Orca screenreader and Espeak etc):
> I advised him to have a look at the map.ubuntu-be.org/fr site, but this site
> seems no longer to be as easy as before to be used:
> I did tried myself under a text browser (Lynx) and i wasn't able to find
> some local help for him under Liège of by selecting the entire List.
> Can someone tell me more about that site: IMHO its not so simple and
> intuitive as before, so not easy to find the information you were looking
> If someone know about a support point for him near postcode 4680 Oupeye or
> so, thanx in advance to tell me.
> Y P
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