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Free Software Supporter

Issue 38, May 2011

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Announcing our license recommendations guide
  • Another High Priority Project done: free RARv3 extraction tools
  • FSF announces publication of two new books by Richard Stallman
  • Brick Nintendo! Outcry leads to 200 bricks ordered and reprehensible Nintendo response
  • Bitcoins: A new way to donate to the FSF
  • Parabola GNU/Linux joins the FSF list of free distributions
  • Introducing Stuffed Baby Gnu
  • Work on a free software GPRS/EDGE stack!
  • Microsoft Skype
  • BT Beats: User freedom and artistic freedom go hand in hand
  • Samba case hearing: How Microsoft’s gamble backfired
  • Behind the scenes of the new GNU mailing list server
  • Highlights from the 2011 Day Against DRM
  • Apology Not Accepted; Sony Boycott Remains
  • Interview with Leo Babauta
  • LibrePlanet featured resource: FSF Community Team
  • GNU spotlight with Karl Berry
  • Richard Stallman's speaking schedule and other FSF events
  • Take action with the FSF!

Announcing our license recommendations guide

We've compiled a single resource that guides you through the process of choosing a license for new software, documentation, and other functional data.

The new guide explains what factors are important to consider when making licensing decisions, and suggests specific licenses for different scenarios. If you're starting a new project (whether it's software, documentation, or something else related) and unsure what license to use, you just need this one link to find our recommendations.

Another High Priority Project done: free RARv3 extraction tools

Free software to support the RARv3 archive format has been listed on our High Priority Projects list for some time now.

We're happy to share the news that there's now a free software project to fill this gap, and we can mark this item as done. The Unarchiver is a small collection of software written by Dag Ågren. It includes two core utilities, unar and lsar, that read and extract archives in many different formats, including RARv3.

FSF announces publication of two new books by Richard Stallman

The FSF has released in tandem the second edition of its president and founder Richard Stallman's selected essays, Free Software, Free Society, and his semi-autobiography, Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman and the Free Software Revolution.

The books can be ordered at FSF's online shop and as part of the launch, the FSF is also offering copies of each book signed by the author.

Brick Nintendo! Outcry leads to 200 bricks ordered and reprehensible Nintendo response

In a little over a week, we surpassed our goal of taking 200 brick orders for Nintendo, to protest their claim that they have the right to "brick" (disable) users' devices when used outside of Nintendo's outrageous Terms of Service.

News outlets around the world have picked up on your action, and have been calling Nintendo asking for a response. Nintendo has released a short statement admitting that the Terms they are attempting to enforce elsewhere are so awful, they are illegal in the European Union!

Read the original blog post announcing our action against Nintendo:

Check out our analysis of the Nintendo 3DS Terms of Service:

Read our update with sample letter for reviewers as well as other ways to spread the word about the Brick Nintendo campaign:

Bitcoins: A new way to donate to the FSF

We have joined the list of organizations accepting donations of Bitcoins, which is a virtual peer-to-peer currency powered by free software.

We are currently providing just a single address at which to direct contributions: "1PC9aZC4hNX2rmmrt7uHTfYAS3hRbph4UN". If you'd like us to know who the contribution came from, and be able to acknowledge receipt of your donation, then please email donate-dGWS0fDw8IM@public.gmane.org with your name and address, and contribution info.

Parabola GNU/Linux joins the FSF list of free distributions

Parabola GNU/Linux has joined the list of Free GNU/Linux distributions and it's now part of nine different distributions that only ever include or recommend free software!

Parabola is a full featured general-purpose distribution that's committed to only including free software and it strives to keep its packaging and management tools as simple as possible. It is based on Arch, and provides instructions for current Arch users to migrate to Parabola and remove any nonfree software they might have installed.

Introducing Stuffed Baby Gnu

Help celebrate the newest addition to the GNU menagerie with your very own Stuffed Baby Gnu. This 7.5 inch (19 cm) toy is a cute and cuddly addition for your desk and a great way to show your support for the GNU Project.

Work on a free software GPRS/EDGE stack!

GPRS is a technology used by mobile phones to transmit data. If you have Internet access on your cellphone, it's likely that you are using GPRS.

A project called OsmocomBB is underway to develop software that could be used in free mobile devices. Progress has been good, with regular telephone calls and text messages already working, but data connections are still not supported. This work is substantial and quite different from the work needed for voice calls.

OsmocomBB developers are looking for people with an interest in implementing data support.

Microsoft Skype

FSF president and founder Richard Stallman explains the real problems behind Skype, which will not change after Microsoft's recent acquisition:

The Skype client program is nonfree software: it gives its owner power over its users. Presently it will give the same power to a different company. The identity of the master is just a detail, because freedom means not having a master.

BT Beats: User freedom and artistic freedom go hand in hand

British Telecom is launching a new music service, BT Beats. The Free Software Foundation Europe's UK team has called on BT to not forget free software users when launching its upcoming service, and to build the system using web standards like HTML5 and CSS3, rather than proprietary and invasive software such as Flash.

We hope BT Beats listens to FSFE's letter, and joins this trend of publishing music in free formats usable with free software.

Samba case hearing: How Microsoft’s gamble backfired

Karsten Gerloff of the Free Software Foundation Europe writes about the latest hearing in the European Commission's antitrust case against Microsoft (which has been going on for over 10 years, now). He writes, "[Microsoft] is still bent on locking down any market it enters, and blocking the path of competitors wherever possible."

Behind the scenes of the new GNU mailing list server

The GNU list server is a monster machine serving lists.gnu.org, lists.nongnu.org and a few other domains. Every day, it spools out over 1 million messages for 2700 mailing lists. Until April 11, our venerable list server was an 8-year old Fedora Core 2 box equipped with 6 high-speed SCSI drives organized in two RAID packs to maximize I/O bandwidth.

Our system administration team explains the experience they had upgrading this critical system.

Highlights from the 2011 Day Against DRM

This year's Day Against DRM on May 4th was an overall success. Thanks to all of you who participated!

We had blog posts in 4 different languages and our friends over at Creative Commons joined us in the celebration! In addition, we had events in Italy and Portugal, three news articles and a radio show on DRM.

Read our blog post written two days before the Day Against DRM that contains our list of action ideas:

Check out the 2011 Day Against DRM wiki page on LibrePlanet.org:

Interview with Marcos Marado on the Day Against DRM

The DRM-PT and Associação Nacional para o Software Livre (an associate of the Free Software Foundation Europe) groups recently celebrated the Day Against DRM together. They hosted a radio show, and then a free movie event followed by a presentation on DRM.

The next day, at Portugal's largest book fair, they distributed flyers and started a lively debate on the subject at the presentation of a pro-DRM ebook retailer. We interviewed Marcos Marado, the creator of DRM-PT, about the recent Day Against DRM events.

Interview with Leo Babauta

Leo Babauta is a simplicity blogger & author. He created Zen Habits — a blog with over 200,000 subscribers, mnmlist.com, and the best-selling books focus, The Power of Less, and Zen To Done. He has dedicated the Zen Habits blog and Zen to Done e-book to the public domain. In this interview with Graziano Sorbaioli of Libreplanet Italia, he shares his thoughts on free software, copyright, and DRM.

Apology Not Accepted; Sony Boycott Remains

In mid-April, Sony's PlayStation Network servers were compromised and over 77 million customers had their personal data exposed. Sony issued a public apology and are offering a bribe they are calling the "welcome back" program.

But Sony has not issued an apology to Alexander Egorenkov (graf_chokolo) and George Hotz (geohot), whom they harassed and threatened with extreme force for modifying their own PS3 computers. Nor has Sony issued a statement that they will stop bringing legal action against individuals that wish to modify their own PS3 computers. So, we say "no thanks," Sony, we are still boycotting you!

Read more about our boycott against Sony and ways you can get involved

LibrePlanet featured resource: FSF Community Team

Every month on LibrePlanet, we highlight one resource that is interesting and useful -- often one that could use your help.

This month, we are featuring the FSF Community Team, which aims to spread the free software philosophy in blogs, online press, and through social networking sites.

Do you have a suggestion for next month's featured resource? Let us know at campaigns <at> fsf.org.

GNU Spotlight with Karl Berry

aspell6-kn-0.01-1 grep-2.8 parallel-20110522 autogen-5.11.9 grub-1.99 parted-2.4 bison-2.5 gsasl-1.6.1 sharutils-4.11.1 complexity-0.4 gsl-1.15 sipwitch-1.0.1 coreutils-8.12 guile-2.0.1 solfege-3.18.8 denemo-0.9.0 gv-3.7.2 swbis-1.11 fdisk-1.2.5 help2man-1.39.4 ucommon-5.0.0 gcc-4.5.3 icecat-4.0.1 vc-dwim-1.5 global-5.9.5 libgsasl-1.6.1 xboard-4.5.2a gmp-5.0.2 libidn-1.22 zile-2.3.24 gnuchess-6.0.0 libmicrohttpd-0.9.11 gnutls-2.12.5 nano-2.3.1

To get announcements of most new GNU releases, subscribe to the info-gnu mailing list: http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/info-gnu. Nearly all GNU software is available from http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/, or preferably one of its mirrors (http://www.gnu.org/prep/ftp.html). You can use the url http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/ to be automatically redirected to a (hopefully) nearby and up-to-date mirror.

This month we welcome Kyle Bayes as the new maintainer of GNU Leg http://www.gnu.org/software/leg, and Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos as a new co-maintainer of GNUTLS http://www.gnu.org/software/leg. Thanks Kyle and Nikos.

Several GNU packages are looking for maintainers and other assistance. Please see http://www.gnu.org/server/takeaction.html#unmaint if you'd like to help. The general page on how to help GNU is at http://www.gnu.org/help/help.html. To submit new packages to GNU, see http://www.gnu.org/help/evaluation.html.

As always, please feel free to write to me, karl-mXXj517/zsQ@public.gmane.org, with any GNUish questions or suggestions for future installments.

Richard Stallman's speaking schedule

2011-06-01 El movimiento del software libre
Zacatecas, Mexico

2011-06-02 Richard Stallman at the Senate
Mexico City, Mexico

2011-06-15 Copyright vs. Community
Berlin, Germany

Other FSF and free software events

2011-08-25—2011-08-28 GNU Hackers Meeting
Paris, France

Take action with the FSF

Contributions from thousands of individual members enable the FSF's work. You can contribute by joining at http://www.fsf.org/join. If you're already a member, you can help refer new members (and earn some rewards) by adding a line with your member number to your email signature like:

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The FSF is also always looking for volunteers (http://www.fsf.org/volunteer). From rabble-rousing to hacking, from issue coordination to envelope stuffing -- there's something here for everybody to do. Also, head over to our campaign section (http://www.fsf.org/campaigns) and take action on software patents, DRM, free software adoption, OpenDocument, RIAA and more.

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Nitesh Pandey | 2 Jun 05:32 2011
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Re: Great communities on facebook.



On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Bishisht Bhatta <bishisht.np.mnr-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
hi theres, we have created some great communities on facebook. i want your help to extend it.
 How is it already great?
The communities are as follows: 

1. Nepal Linux Users Group
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_138086112934819

2.Nepali Andriod Developers
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_158806680853272

Thanks. Please join and extend this community.

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Bishisht Bhatta
Pepsicola Townplanning-35
Kathmandu,Nepal
+977-(980-641-6309)
+977-(981-352-7344)

Intern, Nepal Wireless Networking Project
http://www.nepalwireless.net/
http://www.himanchal.org/

Computer Engineering Student, Nepal College of Information Technology
Balkumari, Lalitpur

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Bipin Gautam | 2 Jun 17:12 2011
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[FOSS Nepal] Please spread the word : The biggest fiscal or ‘white’ crime in Nepal’s history

iReport — http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-605102

The biggest fiscal or ‘white’ crime in Nepal’s history

After resigning from the position of Finance Secretary, Rameshwor
Khanal wrote a brief note on his Facebook account – “I came across
people with greed for power and money each day for the last eight
years.” So who are those people who are only running after money and
power?

We have obtained a confidential list of large corporate houses
involved in fake Value Added Tax (VAT) bills scam for their greed of
money and then lobbying for power to clean up their mess through
political channels.

The list of those involved in the biggest fiscal or ‘white’ crime in
Nepal’s history so far includes even the earliest Nepalese
conglomerate that also claims itself as the first multinational of the
country. The companies of two parliamentarians representing from the
quota of businessmen and industrialists in the Constituent Assembly to
write an inclusive constitution for the newest republic are also
enmeshed in the fraud. Read further below to find out who they are.

The Frauds

Thirty-one out of fifty-two companies under investigation of Inland
Revenue Department (IRD) have been found to evade tax using fake VAT
bills. Among those, twenty-four companies had evaded 2.7 billion
Nepalese Rupees in VAT and income tax through transactions in fake
bills while they had taken back VAT amount of 890 million Nepalese
Rupees by submitting fraudulent certification of payments.

The VAT scam involves large conglomerates such as Chaudhary Group,
Golchha Organisation, Vishal Group, Shanker Group, Varun Developers,
all owned by trading community from India called Marwaris, plus
Bhatbhateni Supermarket of a native Nepalese and even the Chinese
contractor of Chameliya Hydroelectricity Project. These include the
firms of two sitting parliamentarians of Nepal’s Constituent Assembly
– Binod Chaudhary, Chairperson of Chaudhary Group and Diwakar Golchha
of Golchha Organisation. UML, the third largest political party had
nominated Chaudhary and Diwakar Golchha was nominated by Nepali
Congress, the second largest party in the Assembly.

Shanker Group

Among the 31 firms investigated under the scam, most fake bills have
been found in the name of Jagadamba Steels amounting to 800 million
Nepalese Rupees, according to the source in the Inland Revenue
Department (IRD).

The fair payment of VAT would have only been 38% of total amount;
however, after investigation, the tax amount has been fixed to 600
million Nepalese Rupees. Tax evasion implies 13% VAT, 25% income tax
and fine of the same amount plus interest at 15% per annum payable to
the government that makes 75% of the 800 million Nepalese Rupees i.e.
600 million Nepalese Rupees, informed the source.

President of the group, Shankar Lal Golyan who came to Nepal without a
penny from India 40 years ago now owns 18 industries. Jagadamda Steels
is the largest company of the group. Shanker Group’s annual
transactions come around 26 billion Nepalese Rupees, claims Golyan in
his website. After investigation of 52 firms under the scam, the
second list of tax defaulters of 480 firms also include other
companies of the group. Pawan Kumar Golyan of the same group is also
the chairperson of NMB Bank, Nepal’s first commercial bank.

Chaudhary Group

Under this group, three companies headed by the group’s President
Binod Chaudhary and one headed by Arun Chaudhary are also involved in
the scam. Fake VAT bills worth 60 million Nepalese Rupees have been
found from CG Impex and CG Electronics of the group. CG Foods of the
same group is also involved in the fraud. It is one of the five
companies in the final list in course of investigation that has evaded
tens of millions Nepalese Rupees through fake bills, informed the
source in the IRD.

Chaudhary Group, that recently grabbed international headlines with
its decision to open dozens of hotels outside Nepal, sells LG and CG
electronic appliances in Nepal through GC Impex and CG Electronics. CG
Foods produces Wai Wai Instant Noodles in Nepal and India, with
collaboration of Thai Foods Industries, which has gained popularity in
Asia and Europe.

Fake VAT bills worth 160 million Nepalese Rupees have also been found
from Arun Intercontinental of Arun Chaudhary, lawmaker Chaudhary’s
sibling. The IRD had investigated eight wholesale traders of
automobiles that evaded 200 million Nepalese Rupees in VAT among them.
Arun Intercontinental is the largest defaulter, stated the source in
the IRD.

Golchha Organisation

The IRD investigation also found fake VAT bills amounting 60 million
Nepalese Rupees of Him Electronics under Golchha Organisation headed
by parliamentarian Diwakar Golchha. Him Electronics itself is directed
by rising ‘major entrepreneur’ Shekhar Golchha.

Last year, another firm owned by the group, Neoteric Nepal,
distributor of information technology, communications and
entertainment products such as Nokia, HP and the likes, was also found
guilty in previous IRD investigation. The company had come under
scanner after it issued VAT bills in advance dates. Since then, the
IRD had speculated of transactions in fake VAT bills from the company.
However, the biggest tax investigation had been started after fake VAT
bills of more than 200 companies were found in a raid of a firm in
southeast Kathmandu.

Vishal Group

Not so popular but another large conglomerate, Vishal Group’s United
Distributors is also involved in the VAT fraud. Listed under
multinational companies in the course of the IRD investigation, the
company has evaded 100 million Nepalese Rupees through fake bills.

United Distributors deals in cosmetic and daily consumer goods
imported from India and other countries. With strong political access
to the level of Finance Minister, this group has investments in banks
and other financial institution, insurance companies and trading
houses.

The chairperson of Vishal Group JP Agrawal also chairs the board of
NIC Bank while the group’s vice-chairs TR Agrawal and Nirmal Agrawal
are members of the bank’s board too. NIC Bank is the first bank in
Nepal to be provided a line of credit by International Finance
Corporation (IFC), an arm of World Bank Group under its Global Trade
Finance Program. In addition, another deputy of Vishal Group Trilok
Chandra Agrawal is the chairperson of newly formed Bank of Asia and
Anuj Agrawal is board member of the bank. According to the source, the
second list of 480 companies for investigation of fake VAT bills fraud
also includes other firms of the group.

Bhatbhateni Supermarket

Owned by Min Bahadur Gurung, who has recently imported a Mercedes Benz
car through ‘air cargo’ spending tens of millions Nepalese Rupees, one
of the biggest supermarkets of Kathmandu is also involved in the VAT
fraud. The investigation found fake bills worth 80 million Nepalese
Rupees from the Bhatbhateni Supermarket that runs two super stores in
Kathmandu.

Bhatbhateni Supermarket is one of the five companies currently under
investigation that are yet to be confirmed for their tax evasion
amount, informed the source. It is also liable to pay 75% of the total
worth of fake VAT bills, stated the source. Most companies involved in
the scam are owned by Marwaris, the trading community from India, it
is a surprise how Bhatbhateni Supermarket also got enmeshed in the
fraud, one of the IRD officials noted.

Varun Developers

Another tax defaulter is Varun Developers owned by Indian investor
Ravi Jajpuria’s company RJ Corp that rose to fame last year with
introduction of international fast food chain KFC and Pizza Hut in
Kathmandu. Besides KFC and Pizza Hut, the parent company has also
invested in Varun Beverages, the producer of popular drink Pepsi in
Nepal.

Varun Developers sells super-luxurious condominiums named Park View
Horizons it built in northeast Kathmandu. The company that has put up
for sale a single bungalow for 11.9 million to 25.3 million Nepalese
Rupees has been found to evade 150 million Nepalese Rupees through
fake VAT bills. The tax payable for the company has been decided to be
more than 110 million Nepalese Rupees.

Chameliya Hydropower

China Gezhouba (Group) Corporation (CGGC), the Chinese contractor for
civil construction of Chameliya Hydropower Station in Nepal is also
enmeshed in the VAT fraud. The CGGC had bought fake bills to increase
its variation that amounts to 600 million Nepalese Rupees, stated the
source for which the VAT payment of the payment could not be found in
books

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ST | 3 Jun 05:18 2011
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[FOSS Nepal] Re: Please spread the word : The biggest fiscal or ‘white’ crime in Nepal’s history

Hi Bipin

No matter how touching this topic is, we are here to discuss about
free and open source, how we can improve status of Foss in Nepal. The
topic you choose to discuss is in no way related to the theme of this
forum. I kindly request you to refrain from posting such posts on the
future. It is no more than spam for members of this community.

Thanks
ST

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Dadhiram | 3 Jun 06:50 2011
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Re: [FOSS Nepal] Re: Please spread the word : The biggest fiscal or ‘white’ crime in Nepal’s history

बिपिन जी
यो रिलेटेड टपिक हो र ??
हामी यो बिषयको बारेमा अरू कुनै माध्ययमबाट छलफल गरौन यो र यस्ता बिषयमा । जस्तै यो बिषयमा कुरा गर्न हामीसँग "ल अब हामी नेपालको आर्थिक अबस्थाको बारेमा कुरा गरौं" जस्त माध्ययमहरू पनि छन् ।  जस्तै पाटन कजेज अर्थसास्त्र बिभाग, त्रिभुवन बिश्वबिद्यालय क्यापसको अर्थसास्त्र बिभाग जस्ता संस्थाहरूको ईको-नेट जस्ता पत्रिकाहरू पनि अनलाइन छन् यस्ता बिषय समेट्न ।

dhiram Nepal
Kathmandu Nepal
Phone: 9841365906
        



On Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 9:03 AM, ST <sandiptiwari <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Bipin

No matter how touching this topic is, we are here to discuss about
free and open source, how we can improve status of Foss in Nepal. The
topic you choose to discuss is in no way related to the theme of this
forum. I kindly request you to refrain from posting such posts on the
future. It is no more than spam for members of this community.

Thanks
ST

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Pawan Chitrakar | 3 Jun 07:25 2011
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Re: [FOSS Nepal] Re: Please spread the word : The biggest fiscal or ‘white’ crime in Nepal’s history

nice catch!!!!

2011/6/3 Dadhiram <yourssymbol <at> gmail.com>
बिपिन जी
यो रिलेटेड टपिक हो र ??
हामी यो बिषयको बारेमा अरू कुनै माध्ययमबाट छलफल गरौन यो र यस्ता बिषयमा । जस्तै यो बिषयमा कुरा गर्न हामीसँग "ल अब हामी नेपालको आर्थिक अबस्थाको बारेमा कुरा गरौं" जस्त माध्ययमहरू पनि छन् ।  जस्तै पाटन कजेज अर्थसास्त्र बिभाग, त्रिभुवन बिश्वबिद्यालय क्यापसको अर्थसास्त्र बिभाग जस्ता संस्थाहरूको ईको-नेट जस्ता पत्रिकाहरू पनि अनलाइन छन् यस्ता बिषय समेट्न ।

dhiram Nepal
Kathmandu Nepal
Phone: 9841365906

        



On Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 9:03 AM, ST <sandiptiwari <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Bipin

No matter how touching this topic is, we are here to discuss about
free and open source, how we can improve status of Foss in Nepal. The
topic you choose to discuss is in no way related to the theme of this
forum. I kindly request you to refrain from posting such posts on the
future. It is no more than spam for members of this community.

Thanks
ST

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Bipin Gautam | 3 Jun 07:45 2011
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Fwd: Declaration on Freedom of Expression and Internet

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Vinaya Kasajoo <vkasajoo@...>
Date: Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 7:48 AM
Subject: [Itpolicy-np] Declaration on Freedom of Expression and Internet
To: itpolicy-np@...

Dear All
Please go through the Joint Declaration on Freedom of Expression and
the Internet, released on 1st June. I think we need to discuss about
it widely and internalize it.
Regards,
Vinaya Kasajoo

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Bipin Gautam | 3 Jun 07:54 2011
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Re: [FOSS Nepal] Re: Please spread the word : The biggest fiscal or ‘white’ crime in Nepal’s history

2011/6/3 Pawan Chitrakar <pchitrakar@...>:
> nice catch!!!!
>
> 2011/6/3 Dadhiram <yourssymbol@...>
>>
>> बिपिन जी
>> यो रिलेटेड टपिक हो र ??

Well, knowledge segregation leads to stupidity but hey politics
doesn't touch our ICT? and i hope we all stay on the topic, on all
post all the time.

But again, go figure... tyo rajaswoooooo asulakoooooo bhyaaa what
percent would it get to the ICT ?  Common interests ko dheri kura ma
na aako topic bhya ra fwd gara maila......... but again, foss-nepal is
getting soooooooo boring, maybe...... i unscubscribe from the forum
alltogether.

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Re: Re: Registration open for 3rd Batch Crash Course

r we still waiting for 2 more! isn't it time to set the venue! this weekend might be the really nice time to do it!



On 31 May 2011 11:37, Sagar Kshetri <connectask-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Surath Giri (9851077430)
Purushottam Sapkota (9849085594)
Rohit Man Amatya
Diwakar Adhikari
Laxmi Hari Nepal
nilambar sharma
Amrit Man Shrestha.
Junil Maharjan


On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 9:53 PM, Sagar Kshetri <connectask <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Surath Giri (9851077430)
Purushottam Sapkota (9849085594)
Rohit Man Amatya
Diwakar Adhikari
Laxmi Hari Nepal
nilambar sharma
Amrit Man Shrestha.


On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 9:16 PM, amrit shrestha <amritms-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
I m also willing to take the crash, in the morning time.


-Amrit Man Shrestha.

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Re: Re: Registration open for 3rd Batch Crash Course


Diwash Pradhan  -  If there is a seat, i would like to join

On Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 12:39 PM, the.nube-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org <the.nube <at> gmail.com> wrote:
r we still waiting for 2 more! isn't it time to set the venue! this weekend might be the really nice time to do it!


On 31 May 2011 11:37, Sagar Kshetri <connectask-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Surath Giri (9851077430)
Purushottam Sapkota (9849085594)
Rohit Man Amatya
Diwakar Adhikari 
Laxmi Hari Nepal
nilambar sharma
Amrit Man Shrestha.
Junil Maharjan


On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 9:53 PM, Sagar Kshetri <connectask-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Surath Giri (9851077430)
Purushottam Sapkota (9849085594)
Rohit Man Amatya
Diwakar Adhikari
Laxmi Hari Nepal
nilambar sharma
Amrit Man Shrestha.


On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 9:16 PM, amrit shrestha <amritms-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
I m also willing to take the crash, in the morning time.


-Amrit Man Shrestha.

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