Dan Peade <dan.pe...@gmail.com> writes:
> In addition to my day job, I am currently trying to assemble a volunteer
> tech team to help with execution of the online strategy for the Public
> Transport Not Traffic Campaign (http://www.publictransportnottraffic.org/).
Sounds like a good cause.
> We're looking for technical professionals […] We'll definitely be
> focused on using open source as much as we can.
More relevant to the purposes of this group: Will the resulting work be
released under free software terms?
> The initiative is sponsored by Common Code, my employer, so all
> volunteers will have access to our office (organic fruit and beer
> often available!) as well as the chance to meet and network with other
> technical professionals in the industry.
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`\ property] is almost assuring a customer that you are not going |
_o__) to do any innovation in the future.” —Gary Barnett |
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