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Author: Ismael L. Donis Garcia
To: dng
Subject: Re: [DNG] history
The state's policy is to use free software, much progress has been made in
it, but much more can still be done, the laws exist, but I see that they
have been very slow in their implementation, in fact if you look at my email
address " slibre ", is an avreviation of free software, since I attend that
branch where I work, but I find many inconveniences on the part of the
managers when implementing my work, they all have misgivings and fear of
change and the unknown.

Best Regards
Devuan User: http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=devuan
----- Original Message -----
From: "Haines Brown" <haines@???>
To: <dng@???>
Sent: Monday, August 31, 2020 5:49 PM
Subject: Re: [DNG] history

> On Mon, Aug 31, 2020 at 03:31:11PM -0400, Ismael L. Donis Garcia wrote:
>> Just commenting that your comment makes me laugh, seeing so many people
>> like
>> you, I invite you to visit my country and look at reality, and find out
>> in
>> the conditions we live and how much achievements we have achieved, but
>> not
>> looking at foxnews.
>> Best Regards
>> --
>> Ismael
> Thanks, but already visited your country twice. Once to read a paper
> and once to tour with the IFCO. These visits were wonderful
> experiences. The people were extraordinarily fiendly, discussions were
> quite frank, the Cuban achievements impressive despite limitations.
> I'd love to known how devuan or even debian fares there.
> --
> Haines Brown
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