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On Friday 21 Jan 2005 10:20, kong@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
After all, as has been pointed out in the debate, it's the licensing model that really gives us the legal freedom to discuss change, and the group would then be relevant to a much broader section of users and more relevant to this time of patent politics. My selfish interest is that I use plenty of GPL'ed software, and I am concerned with its function, but as for the Linux, I use it, but it is by and large irrelevant to most of what I do.
Actually I have been wondering to myself recently about whether DCFSUG would be an appropriate title (doesn't exactly roll off the tongue though does it?), as in Free Software User Group. I think this is actually quite descriptive of what we are and do, since we don't just focus on [Gnu/]Linux but also on all the Free Software around the OS. But I fear this would confuse people even more than DCGLUG would... David. -- David Johnson http://www.david-web.co.uk/ http://www.penguincomputing.co.uk/ -- The Mailing List for the Devon & Cornwall LUG Mail majordomo@xxxxxxxxxxxx with "unsubscribe list" in the message body to unsubscribe.