[ubuntu-za] Software Freedom Day

Morgan Collett morgan at ubuntu.com
Mon Sep 15 11:46:50 BST 2008

On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 11:41, David Robert Lewis <ethnopunk at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Since I can't make the events up in Jozi, I am making my computer available
> this Saturday 20 September for the burning of open-source and free software.
> If anybody in the Cape Town area wishes, I have a collection of some
> less-well known Linux distributions, (GoblinX, Zenwalk, and Puppy) as well
> as the Ubuntu Family. Still waiting to get hold of the repository collection
> promised by one of the Ubuntu LoCo members, but this should happen soon.
> Also, thought I should report back on my first experience with the Freedom
> Toaster at 142 Long Street, Cape Town. I managed to burn a 2003 Project
> Gutenburg CD, and an Edgy Edubuntu. So good going, if a little slow. Would
> have thought the collection would have been a little more up-to-date, and I
> guess this means we need to become activists and request the resources that
> we need.
> For starters, I want a Wikipedia CD collection and access to the Libravox
> library and Internet Archive, Creative Commons.
> Is this too much to ask? How about the collected Ubuntu Forum's 2007-2008 on
> a DVD?
> Long live software freedom, forward to Minix.
> David Robert Lewis
> Address details: 26 Kitchener Rd, Woodstock, Cape Town. 2-30pm - 4-30pm

Hey David,

This is great.

I've cc'ed someone from breadbin interactive who maintain many of the toasters.


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