[Linux-aus] Fwd: David Unaipon Award
lucychili at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 09:19:02 UTC 2006
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Reply to my message from the Unaipon Awards folks..
MS Photostory is a free download but I'm not sure if it will run in a
As the competition has already begun I think it may be a little tricky
to change the rules half way through.
However I take your point that we should accept entries in an open
source format, are you able to suggest any formats that we can look at
for next year?
Please feel free to contact me on XXXX XXXX to discuss this further. I
am always interested in hearing about new programs and formats.
Thank you for your interest.
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From: Janet Hawtin [mailto:lucychili at gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, 15 October 2006 10:43 PM
To: Kershaw, Alison (DFEEST)
Subject: David Unaipon Award
I was going to send a link to your award to an aboriginal community
which has just done some great work on building a linux network using
free open source software, but the award does not look like it accepts
free open source formats for the project?
Is there an open source option for this award?
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