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Christians in Open Source Software
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Promoting the use of Open Source Software in Churches
Promoting the use of Open Source Software in Churches

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Blog Posts by E-mail: A Quick Update - Just a quick update, I've added the ability to subscribe to new blogs posts on the site by e-mail. S http://ow.ly/2QRINn

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Writing a Plugin for Bazaar DVCS - In setting up this blog using Pelican, one of the ideas I had been toying with was storing the blog http://ow.ly/2OW092

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A Guide To Effective Church Presentations - I originally wrote this article on my personal blog in 2008, but sadly the presentations I see today http://ow.ly/2OCfaf

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Some SSH Shortcuts - If you're like me, and you often have to log in to a number of Linux servers on any given day, with http://ow.ly/2OsFns

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You're not a Geek, You're a Fanboy - Recently one of the posts in my Google+ stream was about an interview on a show about geeks and thei http://ow.ly/2J3weJ

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Moving to a Static Blogging Platform - When you say, "blog" the first thing that comes to mind is usually WordPress. Like it or n http://ow.ly/2IEN8O

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Ubuntu 14.04: Roundup of Best Articles - When Ubuntu 14.04 was released on Thursday, I could have written an in-depth review of the new version of the operating system, complete with screenshots, pros and cons, etc. Just like everybody else.I decided to rather stand on the shoulders of giants and collect the best articles on the new version for you to read.Ubuntu 14.04 is an LTS release, which means that it is supported for 5 years, up till April 2019. Note that this is... http://ow.ly/2FQaWd

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Is There Life Outside of Apple? - Almost every self-confessed church techie that I meet seems to be an Apple fanboy. As a self-confessed church techie myself, I find it really difficult to find other people in the church who are also interested in Open Source Software. Frustratingly, pretty much every single blog I come across seems to fit the same profile:In a large church with lots of moneyiPhoneMac of some sortTalks about how to use various commercial toolsTalks abou... http://ow.ly/2FDEpQ

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Why your church should try Ubuntu Studio 14.04 - This is a guest post by Raoul's brother Etienne, who is passionate about open source software in the Church. 'Tis the season to upgrade! April is coming, which means that soon the new version of Ubuntu and its various derivatives such as Lubuntu or Kubuntu will be released. In addition, there are only about 2 weeks left of support for Windows XP, which means that many churches will be looking at low-cost options to upgrad... http://ow.ly/2FgsEj

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Is your church PC still running Windows XP? Consider upgrading to Ubuntu Studio!
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