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Tue Feb 24 16:59:55 MYT 2004
From email@example.com Tue Feb 24 16:40:05 2004
Subject: "Don't be impatient" - ByteBot.net Training - v1.0
From: Colin Charles
Reply-To: Colin Charles
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 16:40:05 +0800
"What wise words do you have to offer, for the year ahead?"
"Don't be impatient."
"Happy Birthday Father!"
And with this, I hold in my hand, the release that will allow others to
build FLOSS Capacities easier. The release that will mean people don't
charge crazy prices for open source training. It starts with
OpenOffice.org for Beginners, and it doesn't end here - hang in there
Presenting to you:
Creatively licensed (share alike, attribution, non-commercial), training
notes for all to download, learn, use. If we give away free software,
why can't we give away materials, right? Following on MIT's Open
Courseware initiative, here's hoping this is a success.
What, it's free?
Yes, as long as you don't use it for commercial purposes. If you plan on
using it for commercial purposes (i.e. for profit gains), a permission
request is required.
Pretty comprehensive word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation
software coverage. Work in progress includes "The Other Stuff".
Contributions are welcome, with credit going to the contributor.
Wish my father a happy birthday ;) This is his release and my way of
thanking him for all the support.
Colin Charles, firstname.lastname@example.org
http://fedoranews.org/colin/fnu/ - Fedora News Updates
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