onatawahtaw at yahoo.ca
Sat Sep 29 06:24:55 BST 2007
Not that I care too much about making an argument
either way, but would like to point out that the term
free means different things to different people:
--- ivery <iverylm at cox.net> wrote:
> Read your post. I would suggest instead of "Free
> Software and English Classes". Think of using "Open
> Source and English Classes" or "Teaching English
> with Open Source Software".
> Free has limits... Open Source allows for changes.
> Hope this helps,
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