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[News] Articles Relating GNU/Linux to Valentine's Day

  • Subject: [News] Articles Relating GNU/Linux to Valentine's Day
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 01:11:33 +0000
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Free Software Foundation Europe says I â Free Software

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| It might be a day too late for Valentine's Day, 
| but it's never too late to show your love for 
| Free Software. The Free Software Foundation 
| Europe (FSFE) asked users to show their love 
| for Free Software on Valentine's Day â but 
| there's no reason why that can't run all year 
| long.


The Dating Game, Linux-Style

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| It's not often that geeks wax philosophical 
| about the World of Amour, but HeliOS's Ken 
| Starks was recently brave enough to venture 
| into those treacherous waters -- and 
| treacherous they were.
| "When Linux nerds choose mates from the Windows 
| herd" is the title of Starks' post, and he 
| paints a grim picture of the dating scene on 
| the FOSS side of the fence.
| "You come to realize that there is more to life 
| than bash scripts and LAN parties with other 
| Linux Geeks," Starks writes. "So you decide to 
| put yourself back on the dating market. Where 
| do you start?"



I â Free Software

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| Valentines Day is a celebration of love and
| affection between intimate companions. This
| year why not take the opportunity to show
| you care about the people and Free Software
| that show you love all year round? Here are
| our suggestions for making this February the
| fourteenth a very special day.

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