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A group for Republican Linux users.
17 0 0 0
09-22-2010
The concept of this group is to have a place for educators and trainers to share problems and ideas on teaching linux.
21 1 4 1
02-05-2009
12:59 AM
This is more a general question than a group. I need the Linux community's advice; if you are kind enough to reade the first (long) post here you'll see why. Please do so. It might turn out that a Group is the answer.
3 0 0 0
02-23-2009
Human
3 0 0 0
06-01-2009
A group for those who like to be defined by what they believe in, not by what they don't!
2 1 2 0
09-25-2009
11:59 AM
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4 0 0 0
03-15-2010
Born again followers of Jesus Christ
44 5 19 0
11-30-2010
06:10 PM
For all who think that social groups are nonsense ;-)
2 0 0 0
12-04-2010
Using Voice over IP technology, volunteers of this group become live agents to answer questions and give advice about setting up and running Linux over the phone. This is a fun and engaging opportunity for experienced Linux users to apply their technical skills and help newcomers to the linux community. Whether you volunteer for 5 minutes a week or for 5 days a week, join us and continue to make a difference!
14 1 3 0
01-15-2011
07:02 AM
Born Right the first time. Nothing fails like prayer. Hands that help are infinitely better than hands that pray. Religion kills a thinking mind. Goodness without godness.
10 5 5 0
03-11-2011
04:07 PM
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