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Mon Feb 7 02:31:07 UTC 2011
OCAM was a project I started many moons ago. OCAM stands for One
Computer A Month. The basic premise was to build computers from
old/misfit parts, load Ubuntu on them, then give the computer to a
family, charity, whatever that needs a computer for public or private
use. I had been able to get a few into some classrooms here in AISD
with Edubuntu, but nothing came to fruition, and life changes made the
project fairly dead.
On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 7:52 AM, Chris Lee <lee.christopher.c at gmail.com> wrote:
> Mother Nature had her own plans against anything going on this weekend it
> seemed. :) Was a location ever picked/found? I'd be a "maybe" vote for
> attending right now for next weekend.
> What's OCAM about, any info posted up? First I'd heard of it...I'd be
> interested in contributing time on it and could probably draft a spare set
> of hands since one of my girlfriend's kids has been asking about putting
> computers together.
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