[Introduction] Start Ubuntu Project

Tim Krone tim at linux-daw.org
Thu Jul 4 21:36:16 UTC 2013

The biggest advantage today ist that no information or data will be given to any security agency. The user is really free - no backdoors, information collectors, etc. 

That's why I love Linux and will never go back to any proprietary software.

With all the informations Mr. Snowden gave us, Richard Stallman's introductions of free software are much more important.

This is the biggest advantage of Linux in my opinion.


PS for NSA: Terror, bomb, dschihad

"Ali Linx (amjjawad)" <amjjawad at gmail.com> schrieb:

>Dear members and users of Ubuntu and all its flavors,
>May I introduce myself?
>May name is Ali (AKA Ali Linx and/or amjjawad) and I'm a Team Leader in
>Lubuntu Team - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad/
>I'd like to introduce a project that has been started since March, 2013
>I did not get the time to send it to all of you, plus, it was on the
>stages. Now, I think this step is important as everyone needs to be
>involved, IMHO :)
>On the above link/Wiki Page, you will find all the details that you
>need to
>know as of now.
>Regardless of the technical details of this project, myself and my team
>(Lubuntu) think it is better that all the teams need to be involved.
>project has two major advantage.
>1- Provide a very good alternative for Windows XP Users.
>2- Spread the word of Ubuntu and all its flavor.
>Personally, whenever I want to start a project, I try to play on many
>different lines. So, the big target is to reach Windows XP Users but at
>very same time, it will be a great way to spread the word even to those
>are using other versions of Windows like 7 and 8 :)
>It is time to reach to more people. It is the time to spread the word
>Linux. It is time to show our real strength.
>Yes, we can do it. No doubt about that.
>If you are interested, you can find all the details here:
>Also, please, feel free to contact me :)
>By the way, just to keep you up-to-date just in case you missed that.
>Council of Munich City in Germany is planning to distribute 2000 CDs of
>Lubuntu to the people of Munich.
>The French Government has started to use Ubuntu on their Police
>The Spanish Government is planning to do the same.
>All these good news should motivate us to do more and give more so
>have some fun, shall we?
>Thank you so much!

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