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on 01st September 2008 / by webmaster
Zyxware Technologies, today announced that they will be releasing India's first Freedom Toaster in a function to be held at Park Center, Technopark on 1st Sep at 4:30PM. The toaster will be inaugurated by The Hon'ble Minister for Education, Government of Kerala, Shri. M.A. Baby who will also inaugurate the 5-day GNU/Linux Install fest which will be held at the same venue from Sep 1 to Sep 5. Announcements Community Projects Press Releases Free Software Freedom Toaster Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker * Sukhdev Jadhav (not verified) access_time 17 Jul 2019 - 16:14 When can this be available in Mumbai? We are waiting for it. Sandeep Valsan (not verified) access_time 17 Jul 2019 - 16:14 sir/madam, Iam a LINUX fan, I went to technopark,trivandrum to copy a linux distro from freedom toaster, unfortunately mu bus fare was waste and i returned home with great disapointment. reason is that, i entered technopark and first went to visitor reporting section,there i asked the man in counter about freedom toaster, he never even heard about that word, i explained the whole about freedom toaster, even then he said there is nothing like this in technopark, the same i asked to many other people, they also dont know, later i got the telephone no. for enquiry in technopark, even they said there is nothing like that in technopark. So please reply me how to get before freedom toaster you instaled on technopark. why cant you keep a sign board to show us where it is placed. please reply me.thnx webmaster access_time 17 Jul 2019 - 16:14 In reply to Freedom Toaster by Sandeep Valsan (not verified) The first freedom toaster is currently at Zyxware. Free Software Users Group Thrissur will probably take it for an event in Thrissur. Otherwise it has been doing rounds in different Free Software programs within the city in the past two months Fredrick (not verified) access_time 17 Jul 2019 - 16:14 Thats great news as this will provide to many Indians free software. I can say that many in this country would be switching over to free open source software and free themselves from the bondage of Microsoft. Inna Pay (not verified) access_time 17 Jul 2019 - 16:14 In reply to Good News! by Fredrick (not verified) The Free Software Foundation of India, is a sister organisation to the Free Software Foundation. It was founded in Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), the capital of Kerala in 2001, as a non-profit Company. The FSFI advocates to promote the use and development of Free Software in India. This includes educating people about , including how it can help the economy of a developing country like India. FSF India regards non-free software as not a solution, but a problem to be solved. Free software is sometimes locally called swatantra software in India. Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Next page Next › Last page Last » Add new comment