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[discuss] Some fun with LPI [was LPIC-3 Job Task Analysis has started]

Hi everyone,

In case you weren't aware, the Linux Professional Institute has been working
on the level 3 certification for Linux professionals. There's a survey for
anyone that is interested to help determine the relative importance of the

[discuss] Hacking anti-circumvention legislation.

I read an article this morning:

New software promises to unlock iPod, iTunes
http://news.com.com/2100-1046_3-6136935.html

"He imitated Apple's system; he didn't remove any copyright
protections,"

[discuss] First draft of Copyright-related Policy summary for CLUE

I am looking for feedback form our members and supporters. I am meeting
with Patricia Neri (Director General, Copyright Policy Branch, Canadian
Heritage) on Thursday and want to have a policy summary as one of the

[discuss] [Fwd: "Pirated" software is so hard to detect that even CAAST gets it wrong..]

This was a letter in reply to
http://www.canada.com/edmontonjournal/news/business/story.html?id=7b36acbf-499a-440f-84dd-e35c0c635b76

It would be great if all our members were sending similar letters to

[discuss] Anyone live in the riding of Halton, Ontario?

Does anyone live in, or know people in the riding of Halton, Ontario?
http://www.digital-copyright.ca/edid/35030

I'm interested in trying to get Garth Turner interested in our
copyright/etc related issues. He has recently posted an article about Net

[discuss] Free software still legal - US appeals court judge on behalf of 3-judge panel.

Free software still legal - judge
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/11/10/gpl_wallace_appeal/

".....Wallace filed an action against IBM, Novell and Red Hat alleging
that the companies' distribution of Linux under the GNU General Public

[discuss] Linux/Scripting survey

Andrew Solomon writes:
> hi Matthew
>
> As a first step toward figuring out what we should test,
> using Linuxgym I'm running this survey:
>
> http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=743662789831

[discuss] Windows Refund 2.0

I am not a huge fan of Windows refund activism, as it require too much
energy for what it bring back to FOSS (IMHO). However, I certainly
applaude those that show the perseverance to go through it and actually

[discuss] Adobe to donate script code to Mozilla

I just read:
http://news.com.com/2100-7344_3-6133052.html

I am wondering if anyone is closer to this development team and has more
details. I find this surprising given Adobe hasn't historically been any