[sf-lug] [LINUX USER QUESTIONAIRE] What makes a true Linux user?
andrewevansc at gmail.com
Tue Jul 28 11:03:10 PDT 2009
Answer 1: I would say without a doubt that which brings us together more
than anything else is our dislike for the proprietary Windows operating
system (see SF LUG logo at http://www.sf-lug.org/ ) . Second, our collective
identity is formed through our lust for free and open source baller software
that makes the world go 'round.
P.S. Am I supposed to CC the list or should that go in the TO part...?
On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 10:47 AM, Edward Janne <tigakub at mac.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone. My name is Edward Janne and I'm an animation student at the
> Academy of Art University here in San Francisco. As a part of my curriculum
> I'm taking a cultural anthropology class and I elected to study the San
> Francisco Linux Users Group for my final paper. The theme of the paper is
> how being a Linux User informs identity through ways of speaking, categories
> of people and things, and common likes or dislikes. To gather this data I
> will post a series of questions to the mailing list. There are no wrong
> answers. My aim is to understand group identity from your point of view.
> Thank you all for your time.
> Question 1: What makes a true Linux user?
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