On Wed, Aug 31, 2005 at 04:53:33PM -0700, Steve Hargadon wrote:
I can set up a website that gives instructions to turn an old P2
computer, 128mb of ram, a nic card, and a working CD into a Firefox
browser kiosk. Only needs to have a network connection. Runs like a
champ. No maintenance. Nice and zippy. No OS or licensing issues.
At the very least, I saw do the website, and see if you can poke the LUGs
(or other ORGs/NPOs in that area) to see if they have the time/energy to
actually gather the hardware and do it.
We could have instructions, downloadable files, and everything set up
in less than a day. Then we just have to get the word out.
Slashdot.org's pretty popular. :^) It's worthwhile, geeky and Linuxy,
so a short blurb about it has a good chance of being accepted.
Smaller sites to hit include DesktopLinux.com, OSDir.com, Linux Weekly News,
and probably some other non-Linux sites that I'm not familiar with.
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