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[News] Man's Life's Work Centered Around GNU/Linux for Tomorrow's Generation

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Kids in Austin, Texas Need More Penguins

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| Ken's health has taken a bit of a turn and even though he will be stubborn 
| and continue to push himself too hard, it would be better for more people to 
| pitch in with Komputers4Kids. I don't know if that is still the official 
| name, but the job is still the same-- collect donations of good used 
| computers of recent vintage, install Linux on them, make sure everything 
| works, and deliver and set them up.     
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http://blog.linuxtoday.com/blog/2009/09/kids-in-austin.html


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OOo4Kids proposed as part of OpenOffice.org Project

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| Today, I proposed  OOo4Kids to become a part of OpenOffice.org Project.
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http://eric.bachard.free.fr/news/2009/08/ooo4kids-proposed-as-part-of.html


Qimo4Kids.com - Linux For Kids

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| Nowadays kids are getting more and more familiar with computers. That takes
| place through games, movies, pictures and all kind of educational programs.
| And now, there is a new solution for you to give your kids the possibility to
| use a computer in a fun way.
|
| Qimo4Kids.com is a website that was specially developed in order to provide
| users with all the information they need about a new operative system for
| kids. This system was created as a version of Linux for kids.
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http://www.killerstartups.com/Web20/qimo4kids-com-linux-for-kids
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On Wed, 02 Sep 2009 17:08:34 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:

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> Kids in Austin, Texas Need More Penguins
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> ,----[ Quote ]
>| Ken's health has taken a bit of a turn and even though he will be stubborn 
>| and continue to push himself too hard, it would be better for more people to 
>| pitch in with Komputers4Kids. I don't know if that is still the official 
>| name, but the job is still the same-- collect donations of good used 
>| computers of recent vintage, install Linux on them, make sure everything 
>| works, and deliver and set them up.     
> `----
> 
> http://blog.linuxtoday.com/blog/2009/09/kids-in-austin.html
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> 
> Recent:
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> OOo4Kids proposed as part of OpenOffice.org Project
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> ,----[ Quote ]
>| Today, I proposed �OOo4Kids to become a part of OpenOffice.org Project.
> `----
> 
> http://eric.bachard.free.fr/news/2009/08/ooo4kids-proposed-as-part-of.html
> 
> 
> Qimo4Kids.com - Linux For Kids
> 
> ,----[ Quote ]
>| Nowadays kids are getting more and more familiar with computers. That takes
>| place through games, movies, pictures and all kind of educational programs.
>| And now, there is a new solution for you to give your kids the possibility to
>| use a computer in a fun way.
>|
>| Qimo4Kids.com is a website that was specially developed in order to provide
>| users with all the information they need about a new operative system for
>| kids. This system was created as a version of Linux for kids.
> `----
> 
> http://www.killerstartups.com/Web20/qimo4kids-com-linux-for-kids
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These people are the *real* Linux advocates.

You should be ashamed of yourself Roy Schestowitz for being a
pariah on the Linux community when groups like the above are
trying hard to do good things for people.


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