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[Fwd: Issue #26 of Georg's Brave GNU World, the monthly GNU forum has b

From: Adam Fedor
Subject: [Fwd: Issue #26 of Georg's Brave GNU World, the monthly GNU forum has been released.]
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 21:21:57 -0600

In case you don't get this, GNUstep got a nice mention in the current
issue of Brave GNU World ( I sent the information in before the LauchPad
1.0 release, so it has nothing about that).

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Issue #26 of Georg's Brave GNU World, the monthly GNU forum has
been released.
Date: 14 Apr 2001 09:53:06 +0200
From: "Georg C. F. Greve" <address@hidden>
To: Brave GNU World Announcement Mailinglist
<address@hidden>,GNU Announce
<address@hidden>,"comp.os.linux.announce Moderator"

[Please repost and forward this article widely, wherever it
is appropriate.]

                Issue #26 of Georg's Brave GNU World, 
                the monthly GNU forum has been released.
                                                -- Georg Greve

Hi !

Issue #26 of the column is now online and it can - as usual - be found
on the GNU Webpage and its mirrors. Otherwise just follow the links at
the end of this posting.

Georg's Brave GNU World is a monthly column which is being released
simultaneously in seven languages (English, German, French, Japanese,
Spanish, Korean and Portugese) on the web and printed in the German
"Linux-Magazin" as well as the "Linux Magazine" U.K. and the "Linux
Magazine France."  This makes it the monthly column with the widest
distribution worldwide (afaik).

If you would like to receive mail about new issues directly, you can
subscribe to the "Brave GNU World" announcement mailinglist. Just
send mail to <address@hidden> with "subscribe" in
the *body*. The mailinglist is only for announcements that are related 
to the "Brave GNU World" and is of very low volume (between 1 and 2
mails a month).

The 26th issue covers the following topics:

 * GNU Pipo BBS         (yes, BBS'es still exist)

 * Larswm               (managing your windows a little differently)

 * GNUstep              (application development made easy)

 * W3Make               (easily maintaining web sites in XML)

 * OpenWebSchool        (Free Software and education)

 * FSF Europe Update    (news on the Free Software Foundation Europe)

This column intends to provide a forum for all GNU maintainers,
friends and associates and I am always open to suggestions. So if  

 * have questions about the GNU Project that might be of general

 * have a GNU Project and would like to improve its profile

 * would like to start a GNU Project you are looking for people to
   start it with 

 * think something doesn't get the publicity it deserves

 * would like to see something made public

send mail to:

        "Brave GNU World <address@hidden>"

This column is for everyone with an interest in Free Software,
so don´t hesitate to contact me if your project is under a Free
Software license and you´d like to see it introduced here.

The 26th issue can be found at

  [ English version ]

  [ French version ]

  [ German version ]

  [ Japanese version ]

  [ Spanish version ]

  [ Korean version ]

  [ Portugese version ]

or via the "Brave GNU World" homepage

  [ English version ]

  [ French version ]

  [ German version ]

  [ Japanese version ]

  [ Spanish version ]

  [ Korean version ]

  [ Portugese version ]

That´s it for now...


                Georg Greve

Georg C. F. Greve                                       <address@hidden>
Free Software Foundation Europe                  (http://fsfeurope.org)
Brave GNU World                            (http://brave-gnu-world.org)

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