Can somebody help Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan
and National Campaign for People's Right to
http://www.righttoinformation.info/, and maybe even
Right to Food Campaign http://righttofoodindia.org/
make a transition to GNU/Linux.
Right to Food and Right to Information are in Delhi, so
can somebody from Delhi please volunteer to help. I am
thinking that we should first transition them over to
using free software applications running on Window$, and
then once they are comfortable and trained on GNU/Linux
applications switch them over to Free Software.
They already have theopencd CD's. Please contact Neeraj
if you want to help, he works with
Right to Information.
Excerpt from Aruna Roy's email to me
"Much as we all want to use Linux, we have to be
trained to us it and understand the use of such
software. There has to be a team that comes to educate
To Reflect, to Inspire and to Empower
The great moral question of the twenty-first century is: If all knowledge, all culture, all art, all useful information, can be costlessly given to everyone at the same price that it is given to anyone -- if everyone can have everything, everywhere, all the time, why is it ever moral to exclude anyone from anything? -Eben Moglen
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Hi Amol and other friends,
Thanks for the write up.
I think none of us had a big expection for Linux Asia.
For me most important result of the event is, few members of community in
Delhi coming together to promote Free Software. I would consider our
participation a success if we can sustain this team we built for this event.
We have a lot to do in North India. And we need a strong team in Delhi for
On 2/15/06, Amol Hatwar <amol(a)hatwar.org> wrote:
> Disclaimer: These are my opinions and doesn't reflect that of FSF in
> particular. Also, this was my first time at Linux Asia 2006, so I am not
> aware of tradition and expectations towards the event.