Monthly Archives: July 2008

Lug! Radio! Live! 2008!

All being well, as this post appears, I’m on my bike on the first leg of my journey to LugRadiO Live UK 2008 in Wolverhampton, blasting my way past WordCampUK who daftly picked the same day. However, I plan to … Continue reading

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Batting Against Three Strikes through the Back Door

One of the reasons that I didn’t post much last week was that I was contacting some of my MEPs as part of the Telecom Packet Action in order to help defend cooperative software distribution and use. This is a … Continue reading

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Standing for Election to SPI Board Again

Software in the Public Interest is a US tax-exempt not-for-profit organisation that supports a number of free software projects that I like – including debian, GNUstep and drupal – and it’s one of the most open and democratic free software … Continue reading

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Good News on the Koha 3.0.0-final Approach

Koha 3.0.0-final is very close, delayed mainly by a few serials bugs and translation updates as far as I know, but the big news recently has been Venezuela’s National Library evaluated, decided to deploy the Koha Integrated Library System — … Continue reading

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Welcome to Software Cooperative News

I’ve moved to new, sponsored blog hosting which will also republish some articles from other sites that I write on. I’m doing quite a bit of WordPress-based work now, so it makes sense for me to use it too. I’ll … Continue reading

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