linux in government

Joel Pearson pearj at
Thu Nov 7 23:05:27 EST 2002

Netscape Composer would probably be a reasonable replacement for
frontpage.  I downloaded Netscape 7 the other day and it looks really
nice.  It even has a primitive version of ICQ.

Joel Pearson
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-----Original Message-----
From: linux-admin at [mailto:linux-admin at]
On Behalf Of John Griffiths
Sent: Thursday, 7 November 2002 4:19 PM
To: Howard Lowndes
Cc: linux at
Subject: Re: linux in government

and i happen to know she thinks FrontPage is wonderful, sad as it is
all we've got.

At 04:16 PM 11/7/02 +1100, Howard Lowndes wrote:
>On Thu, 7 Nov 2002, John Griffiths wrote:
>> Kate Lundy media relrease below
>> most intelligent thing she's said in years (IMHO)
>...but what do we see at the top and the bottom, but the characteristic
>stench of proprietory software:
>"Content-Type: image/bmp; name="ole0.bmp" Content-Description: ole0.bmp
>Content-Location: No%20AttachName Attachment Converted:
>> John
>LANNet Computing Associates - Your Linux people
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>"Flatter government, not fatter government." - me
> Get rid of the Australian states.
>If electricity comes from electrons, does morality come from morons?

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