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What does it mean to be Free?

This is the winner clip in the We're Linux video Contest by Linux Foundation:

 [video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWEIQIv8zvY 200x200]

[Link from YouTube]

The transcript:

Free is being able to choose. Choose your own space to be in. To form your surroundings in a way that will make you take the best out of you. Free is to say NO. It is to be able to choose your limits, to stretch them to a place only you can create, and change them when you feel they no longer fit you. Free is to say what ever you want, to whomever you want, and however you want. Free is to know you have a different option. Do you know you have a different option? Linux! Get your freedom.

 

 

 

试试中文支持如何,第一篇blog留下记号

试试中文支持如何,第一篇blog留下记号

 

:)

 

getting used to the new site

testing

Nice new look to the site  

 

たぶん最初の日本語での投稿

Linux.comリニューアルおめでとう! 日本語でも大丈夫かな?

 

 

Congratulations to NEW linux.com!

Congratulations!

 

Hello Linux.com

Hello Friends,

I am Kunal and this is my first blog post at Linux.com.

My Wordpress blog:  http://bharatikunal.wordpress.com

 My Twitter Profile: http://twitter.com/kunalbharati

 

Will be posting more soon.

 Thanx

 

Congratulations and thanks....

...to all those who worked on Linux.com.    It was a lot of work, but what's there looks great!

 

 

We are off to a great start

 

Wow.  We are getting a new user on Linux.com every minute since we launched. My e-mail box is overflowing with great ideas about how to improve the site.   Of course the best way to make the site great is to have great people here and from the looks of things we are off to a solid start.   

For all of you LUGS and folks who created groups, make sure you use the "invite friends" function in the friends menu in your profile.   You can easily import your contacts using a variety of tools and help us make the Linux community even stronger.   

 My favorite quote of the day comes from Dirk Hohndel; "Linux.com - Facebook for geeks."   Said with true geek pride.  

 I look forward to hearing all about Linux news, events, and ideas from all over the world.   Thanks to everyone for helping the new Linux.com get off to a great start. 

 

 

Would any body be interested in a road trip to Linuxcon?

Linuxcon is just around the corner on September 21-23 in Portland.  

 If we can get enough people together in the Bay Area I was thinking of chartering a bus to take us from San Francisco to Portland and we could all split the cost.

 What say you all?  Linux road trip anyone?   

 

openSUSE Community Week for Japan

I will organize an IRC session in #opensuse-ja @Freenode today, 12:00 - 15:00 UTC (21:00 - 24:00 JST) as a part of openSUSE Community Week.

See the detail (in Japanese).

 

Just Joined

Just joined the site and feeling my way around. Hoping to contribute as much as possible.

 
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