[linux-elitists] Free software in online democracy (fwd)

Deirdre Saoirse deirdre@deirdre.net
Fri Nov 3 14:21:50 PST 2000


I almost killed this poster for spam to the tutor list, but then I looked
at the page.

The site is running on Linux using Zope's Zserver. Coolness. :)

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 14:05:02 -0500
From: "Lyno Sullivan, Candidate" <lyno.sullivan@lynosullivan.org>
To: lyno.sullivan@lynosullivan.org
Subject: Free software in online democracy

"Feel like you're not heard in St. Paul? A Minnesota Senate candidate from
Stillwater thinks he can change that with online democracy." Stillwater
Gazette, August 18,2000, By MARK BROUWER Staff Writer.

My vision of a State Senator using the Internet as a way to keep in touch
with constituents made the front page.  Mention was made of the use of free
software, Zope, Python, etc.

http://www.lynosullivan.org/news/newssquish/969254176

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