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From: rsiddharth
Subject: www/gnu30 gnu30.html
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2013 06:32:43 +0000

CVSROOT:        /web/www
Module name:    www
Changes by:     rsiddharth <rsd>        13/09/16 06:32:43

Modified files:
        gnu30          : gnu30.html 

Log message:
        added new list of gnu-a-days for week three.


Index: gnu30.html
RCS file: /web/www/www/gnu30/gnu30.html,v
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-<p>Celebrate GNU's 30th anniversary with GNU-a-Day, 30 software freedom 
actions you can take in the month
-of September. <a href="/gnu30/gnu-a-day">Click here for more GNU-a-Days.</a>
-<p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 8:</strong> Encrypt your chats by using <a
-href="https://www.pidgin.im/";>Pidgin</a>, <a 
href="https://jitsi.org";>Jitsi</a>, or <a
-href="https://adium.im/";>Adium</a> with OTR (<a 
href="http://www.cypherpunks.ca/otr/";>Off the Record
-<p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 9:</strong> Have an Android phone? Install <a 
-droid.org/">F-Droid</a>, a repository with hundreds of free software apps.</p>
-<p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 10:</strong> Email the developer of a 
non-free program and politely
-suggest that they adopt a <a 
href="https://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list.html";>free software
-<p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 11:</strong> Reach out to a developer of a 
free program that you like
-to thank them.</p>
-<p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 12:</strong> Crop a new profile pic for 
yourself using <a
-<p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 13:</strong> Get started early on your 
holiday cards with <a
-<p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 14:</strong> Learning to read code is 
empowering. Take the first step
-by teaching your computer to say "hello world."</p>
+               <p>Celebrate GNU's 30th anniversary with GNU-a-Day, 30
+                 software freedom actions you can take in the month of
+                 September. <a href="/gnu30/gnu-a-day">Click here for more
+                 GNU-a-Days.</a></p>
+               <p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 15:</strong> Experienced at 
coding or
+                 contributing to free software projects? Mentor a new 
+               <p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 16:</strong> GNU isn't all 
+                 there are many free software games available. 
+                 <a href="https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Category/Game";>Which 
ones have you
+                       played?</a></p>
+               <p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 17:</strong> The oldest GNU 
project is
+                 GNU Emacs. Go through the tutorial by typing Ctrl-h + t (C-h 
+               <p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 18:</strong> GNU Savannah is 
+                 development hub for GNU. Check out the "help wanted" section 
on the 
+                 <a href="https://savannah.gnu.org/";>homepage</a> and jump 
+               <p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 19:</strong> Many GNU projects 
+                 donation pages. Show your support today.</p>
+               <p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 20:</strong> Recommend free 
software to
+                 a friend using <a 
+                       or a Mac</a>.</p>
+               <p class="gnu-a-day"><strong>Day 21:</strong> 
+                 <a href="https://www.gnu.org/software/gnuzilla/";>GNU 
IceCat</a> is a web
+                 browser designed to protect you online. Install it today.</p>
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-$Date: 2013/09/14 04:00:11 $
+$Date: 2013/09/16 06:32:42 $
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