Re: Plans for GUADEC 2007, yes 2007

    and government. As of speaking of my country, Ubuntu is doing a great
    job in private sector here, but we need publicity to make it happen in
    education and/or government.

With disappointment, I report that Ubuntu includes some non-free software.
It would be better to promote Debian, which at least does not include
non-free software even though their site distributes some.
Even better would be Ututo, which is 100% free software.

By the way, what is the way to say "free" (as in freedom) in
Lithuanian?  It would be nice to add this to so as to teach
people there the clearest way to say "free software".
(Saying "open source" does not do the job; see

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