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[discuss] discuss Digest, Vol 33, Issue 11

On Nov 20, 2007 8:57 PM, Monty wrote:
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> > How much do you know about immigration law? How about TBS guidelines
> > for shipping yards? Why aren't you an expert in all the areas of policy

[discuss] Obama and ODF

[discuss] Meeting with Dr. Colin Carrie, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Industry

A quick update to the meetings I have had with federal MPs on PCT
(Patent, Copyright, Trademark, etc) and FLOSS related policy issues.

List of MPs I've met or spoken to so far
http://www.flora.ca/mp.shtml

[discuss] Supercomputers

Just thought I'd throw this in for those who might not be aware of it.

The most powerful computers in the world, known as the Top 500, has
just released its November 2007 list.
As usual, more than 76% of the world's best computer systems run linux! :-)

[discuss] discuss Digest, Vol 33, Issue 7

> I'm participating in OLPC's Give One Get One program, and made my
> donation/purchase already this morning
> http://www.digital-copyright.ca/node/4326
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> Is anyone else doing the same? I'm also curious if any of the people

[discuss] Participating in OLPC's Give One Get One program

I'm participating in OLPC's Give One Get One program, and made my
donation/purchase already this morning
http://www.digital-copyright.ca/node/4326

Is anyone else doing the same? I'm also curious if any of the people

[discuss] No need to wonder...;-)

> 1. Re: discuss Digest, Vol 33, Issue 5 (Monty)
> 2. Canadian "politicians" to shame? (Russell McOrmond)
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[discuss] discuss Digest, Vol 33, Issue 5

> > People in these types of forums tend to forget that they are ahead of
> > the curve for seeing the connections between IT and other policies. I'm
> > an extreme of that of seeing software as *being* a form of policy (

[discuss] GPC

I recently voted for the GPC, mainly for their support of one
publicly-funded school system. However, I am even more intrigued now
by their footsteps towards FLOSS. I suggest, that as always, it is