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Ubuntu for your church?

Allthough I won't write about all possible derivates of Ubuntu, this one is so special that I must mention it: The Freely Project (USA) is defining a turn-key libre software solution that opens the path to GNU/Linux migrations for churches and other faith-based organizations
LXer has the breaking news about the religious variant of Ubuntu:
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“The Freely Project plans to provide a special repository of at least 20 software packages for the Ubuntu Linux distribution. This means anyone can obtain Ubuntu, and then just point Apt at the LS3 repository. Once the packages are installed, they can be configured for the particular organization's needs. Several elements of the LS3 are included in Ubuntu. Others, such as eGroupWare, Lyricue, BibleTime, and ChurchInfo will be in the repository.”

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