May 12, 2006

blog update

So I've been going through old posts and trying to get some stuff up to date, still not too much done about the fedora install howto though, but with exams and the like it'll have to be put off… you can hash together a pretty good idea using the official website's advice ( link - you can also download fedora from one of the mirrors there) and the fedorafaq (link), both are really helpful; although I think that they may make assumptions about the level of knowledge which people have and I'm desperately trying to over come this. The future of open source will depend upon our ability to get people with no technical knowledge involved and learning.

I know there has been some debate about how to further open source (see Tim's blog: link to a reply I made on my blog here: link), but I'll be happy if even one person decides that they might now try some open source software; or at least be receptive to it.

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