Re: Where in the OS do we introducing GNOME

I've done an introduction for free software and gnu in
the default page of the gnome-browser, and it's in
Could you comment it? Or maybe I should bring this up
in another mailing list?

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 19:
"Everyone has the right to[...] seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers."

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