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Re: Small OpenBSD mention in PhillyTech

This is exactly the kind of article I would love to see written about
OpenBSD in the mainstream press.

Why? It has *people* in it! Entrepreneurs, hobbyists, customers, managers
doing things with the software, talking about it, and using it to get
their jobs done.

Have a look at the "Who uses OpenBSD" page (www.openbsd.org/users.html)
and let me know if you have an interesting application for OpenBSD, or if
you rely heavily on the OS to get your job done. This information in turn
can help us get stories written about OpenBSD in local papers.

Mainstream writers write about people. Their eyes glaze over at technical

 --Louis  <louis@bertrandtech.on.ca> 

Louis Bertrand       http://www.bertrandtech.on.ca/
Bertrand Technical Services, Bowmanville, ON, Canada  

OpenBSD: Secure by default.  http://www.openbsd.org/

On Mon, 20 Sep 1999, Dan Kalowsky wrote:

> http://www.philly-tech.com/archives/1999/09/cover2.asp
> Dave Lugo is a coworker of mine and he and i have discussed OpenBSD vs 
> Linux many times.  He was one of the few to even mention any of the other 
> OpenSource OS's other than Linux for this article.  
> -
> Dan Kalowsky                                        dank@deadmime.org
> Project Lead                              -----+-------+------+------
> "Cleansing the World"                   http://www.deadmime.org/~dank