|FROM ||Adam Kosmin
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Linux boxes at Brooklyn College computer lab.
I don't understand this at all. If the school is serious, why haven't
they hired someone who has the skills needed to get the job done? An
unskilled volunteer creates two harmful impressions:
1. Free Software labor is cheap and in most cases, free (as in beer).
2. Free Software is not ready because the unskilled volunteer couldn't
get the job done.
" Gentlemen, I am forging ahead without Rob's assistance on this.
" I have been given the opportunity to install Suse 9.1 on a row of machines
" here. I will do it how I see fit and evolve from there. Monday I am sitting
" down with two of the managers and will be basing my documentation on the
" questions and concerns they voice.
" Should Rob or anyone else be able to set aside time to help I will listen.
" Till then.
" Steve M
" PS. Is Dave Poleshuck within earshot of this mailing list?
" PS2. Hello
" 'Bye bye' --Touci
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