[SATLUG] Linux Petitions
kc3 at colorado.usa.com
Thu Aug 6 23:37:32 CDT 2009
A petition that made Microsoft apologize? Okay I'm as anti-microsoft as
the next Linux user lol (well the average one) but what they've done,
though questionable was still legal and I can't really blame them for
business practices that are well, good for their business. If there's
issues than well, it's not directly with them.
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From: "Christopher Lemire"
To: "Ubuntu Mailing List" , "The San Antonio Texas Linux User Group
Subject: [SATLUG] Linux Petitions
Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2009 21:20:55 -0500
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Hello Ubuntu Community, I'd like to make several petitions promoting
Linux. These are GOOOOD! I've seen one petition that caused m$ to
apologize. I searched through other Linux petitions and realized,
these things have already came true what they were petitioning after
the time they were written.
The problem is that when I try to use that free website to create a
petition and hit the submit button, I am taken to a blank cgi page. I
have tried with Epiphany Web Browser, Firefox 3.x, and Chromium.
someone try doing a test petition or a real one and let me know if
it's a problem on my end or problem with their server? Thanks.
Ubuntu 64 bit Linux Raid Level 0
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