[Linux4christians] LiveCD Update
PBoyington at polyengineering.com
Tue Aug 10 12:47:01 EDT 2004
Don Parris wrote:
> I would like to know if it includes any of the Bible study and church
> management software, like BibleTime and Info Central? After all, how
> could it be a "Christian" linux distro without such apps?
GnomeSword, Bible-KJV, and a couple of other Bible/Bible study software is included.
> Just asking,
> since I'm not up to snuff on the software to be included.
Sorry, I should have listed the software more completely. Long couple of weeks...
> As for the radio station manager, you might be sure to
> mention that the
> use of Linux in churches is becoming big news. Linux Journal and
> SearchEnterpriseLinux.com have both mentioned the use of Linux in
> churches. "Penguin in the Pew" has inspired the other
> distro, and led
> another pastor to migrate hist family to Linux. His church
> is next. :)
> Both here in America, and around the world, believers & churches are
> taking in gnus & penguins. :) That makes it very important for
> Christian media organizations to learn more about Linux and the
> church-related tools available for it. You could suggest that she
> contact me about the journalism side of this.
I would appreciate any help folks could give. This is new territory for me.
> I'm currently writing my second article (which will include
> the L4C Live
> CD) - this one for another IT media site. I'm a bit reluctant to say
> much more until the article is published. However, I hope to complete
> the article by end of next week. I'm still waiting on people
> to respond
> to my questions. The sooner I get questions answered the
> sooner I can
> finish the article. Perhaps you could answer questions about the CD
I would be delighted. I'll contact you off list with some e-mail addresses.
> Grace & Peace,
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