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> From: Philip Tellis <philip.tellis(a)gmx.net>
> Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 22:08:47 +0530 (IST)
> I'd just like that the static content we present to the world be
In the same vein, I would like to suggest min. usage of Short Message
Service (SMS) language on the list. While "Plz. think 2ice b4 u wud jmp
off d cliff. Not bcoz sum1 told u 2 jmp." may look cute on the mobile
phone displays; it may not be comprehensible to many, especially people
from other culture(s) who see such messages through Google search.
If acceptable, this may addressed in item 10. on the guidelines.
Arun Khan <arunkha(a)gmail.com>
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This is from the "i.t." magazine, and an article written by Nimesh Dubey
nimishdubey(a)yahoo.com -- which I found rather interesting. Some of it is
Free/Libre and Open Source Software-related. -FN
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Can you install an operating system be installed on a thumb drive? This
is not possible at the moment with a Windows or Mac OS. But GNU/Linux is
very much of an option. See Flash Linux:
Includes hardware detection, auto configuration and a Gnome 2.8 desktop.
Also comes bundled with an office suite, a browser and some other basic
applications. You'll need a 256 MB thumb drive to install all of this.
Windows CE works on a thumb drive, using the Windows CD Device Emulator.
It works only with a Windows PC.
See more at
Office suites: OpenOffice is your best, and so far only, option. You'll
need plenty of space (about 90MB) if you wish to avail of all its
features. You can download it from
The OpenOffice website states that you will need at least 256MB capacity
to be able to run OpenOffice on it. But the author says you'd probably
need a 512MB one if you wish to save documents as well as install and
use other applications on it.
AbiWord is being supported with some tweaking by Craigweb --
You can download AbiWorld from
Mozilla's Portable Thunderbird is a runaway winner in the category of
thumbdrive-based email clients, says Dubey.
Download from http://johnhaller.com/jh/mozilla/portable_thunderbird/
Mozilla rules supreme in the browser category too. Download from
Want an organiser/planner? EssentialPIM allows you to access your daily
schedule as well as phone numbers and addresses from any computer,
without even going online. http://www.essentialpim.com
Mozilla also has a calendar application called Portable Sunbird, but it
is much more basic in nature, and suitable only for scheduling and
reviewing appointments. See
Music players anyone? XM Player is
http://www.un4seen.com/download.cgi?xmplay32 -- it's just 300KB!
Hope you find this useful. FN
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Shakthi Kannan
Sent: Monday, June 27, 2005 12:58 PM
To: GNU/Linux Users Group, Mumbai, India
Subject: Re: [ILUG-BOM] stop software patents!
--- Svaksh <svaksh(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Cant say how much impact it will have on India
Software patents have been banned in India because of
the good work by FSF-India.
I not sure that they r banned completely, though certain clauses were removed from the final draft which was dud to the FSF's (india chapter) efforts.
Hey btw this is not a M$ haters list (just curious about ur signature) its a FLOSS believers list.
First of thanks to one and all for helping me getting connected to
internet using Red Hat Linux..
I appreciate the groups a lot..
As i already mentioned i do have personal passion towards Linux...Now
i wanna start my study of linux..Pls guide me through this..Where shud
i start from???Any resource pointers??PDF's...Thanks in advance
Also i wud keep bugging u guys then n there with all my silly and
unworthy doubts so plsssss bear with me...
> > This is the essay paper
> > http://www.geocities.com/sniphadkar/FOSS.pdf
>i would love to respond to this, but i find it very difficult to
>comment on a pdf document - could you put up an stx or html version
>so readers can snip and comment?
Sure ! would upload in xml very soon. We had to present the paper in pdf format by default, hence the problem. Anyways thanks for your interest.
'You will be what you WILL to Be'
At 12:37 AM +0530 6/27/05, Trevor Warren wrote:
>--- sherlock(a)vsnl.com wrote:
>> In fact i have stopped talking price with customers
>> (i collect
>> the M$ tax u see) and focus on a zillion other
>> things which shreds
>> everything that billy baba and 2000xp chors can
> No worries JTD, as long as we have IIM babus running commercial
>organisations like those at redmond such reports are bound to
Actually, it also has a sprinkling of IIT walas. Just a few, here and
there. No lack of ability. Just good old organisational dynamics at
> Infact, the report did give me a lot to ponder. You know terence,
>managing networks with 500-1000 nodes with MS can be a real
>nightmare especially when patching the machines on a daily basis is
>more of a norm. MS has an architecture in place seamless across
>distributions to push these patches across the entire enterprise.
>How much of this works....you know better.
Don't ever confuse working 'better' with 'perception of
deliverables'. This is what kept IBM afloat in the years before MS
became a standard in the industry. It's what has kept Apple from
dominating the desktop.
Question is, just how 'big' is the market for networks of 1000+
nodes, and how big is it for much lesser numbers of nodes?
> With FLOSS in a network as big as the one consisting of 1000+
>nodes you will realise that management-patch scheduling-upgrades are
>the most significant part of the TCO. This in effect drives the need
>to acquire systems that the average "techie" can deal with.
I tend to think that if someone studies it honestly, the results will
show that applications that deliver business solutions across
networks are the key - one of which may well be the ability to deploy
patches remotely and securely, but let's not fool ourselves: such
apps are only appreciated by techies/sysads.
If you want to win hearts and minds, you have to deliver to the foot
soldiers, but whether you do that or not, the big bucks get
sanctioned by the big bosses.
The paradigm of centralised apps, from ye olde mainframe days, is
returning with web based applications becoming more powerful (in
terms of deliverables). The tech issues are moving from those managed
by maintenance techies to problems of security and speed. However,
this is not yet obvious to senior management, which fears the lack of
security, but does not understand yet how the issue of security
itself has morphed.
With many large organisations (and therefore, in good old copycat or
'safe' mode, most smaller ones too) still favouring MS platforms for
application serving, it will take more time for FLOSS to reach the
What is painful and painfully obvious too, is the fact that too many
non-business sector organisations also favour the safety of numbers.
I suspect this is an opportunity that too many of our listmembers are
ignoring. But more on this separately.