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Indonesian Ubuntu distributes DVD versions

CNet Asia have an article about the Ubuntu community in Indonesia, who compiles DVD's of Ubuntu software to those without internet access and a bunch of other activities.
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Due to expensive Internet access, the Indonesian Ubuntu community has had quite a unique approach to distribute the whole Ubuntu software package in DVDs. So far, free Ubuntu software packages are delivered in CDs globally.

According to Harry Sufehmi, one of Indonesia's Ubuntu activists, the DVDs help people access gigabytes of free software for Ubuntu without the need for Internet access.

Several people have also organized two conferences on Edubuntu (a version of Ubuntu specially made for schools), to the interest of many Indonesian schools.

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