FSF/Environmental Coalition Gathers Around 1500 Signatures So Far
Sep 07, 2007, 09:00 (11 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by D.C. Parris)
[ Thanks to D.C.
Parris for this link. ]
"The coalition comprising the Free Software Foundation and
environmental activist organizations has gathered around 1500
signatures for their open letter calling on their members and other
social activists to reject the resource-intensive Windows Vista in
favor of the Free Software GNU/Linux systems.
"The coalition that wrote an open letter to social activists to
reject Windows Vista because it places undue restrictions on users'
freedom and will negatively impact our environment by encouraging
people to toss out perfectly good computers in favor of more
powerful machines, just so they can run Windows Vista..."