LinuxPR: Roaring Penguin Software: Stay Legal -- Use Free Software
Mar 16, 2002, 05:00 (9 Talkback[s])
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CAAST, the Canadian Alliance against Software Theft, is
promoting a truce for businesses and organizations with
improperly-licensed proprietary software.
Roaring Penguin Software Inc. would like to help you avoid
costly software audits and potential fines, and help you stay
legal. To that end, we are making the following offer:
- Roaring Penguin Software Inc. will offer one day (7 hours) free
consultation to any non-profit organization in Ottawa which wishes
to replace proprietary license-required software with free software
like Linux and OpenOffice. Never again face a software audit.
- We will offer three hours free consultation to any Canadian or
Ontario government organization (especially in the health-care
sector) which wishes to replace proprietary license-required
software with free software like Linux.
- We will offer one free hour consultation to any for-profit
business in Ottawa which wishes to avoid software audits and fines
by replacing license-required software with free software
The Fine Print
- The above offers are subject to availability of Roaring
- Free consultation is contingent upon the replacement of
proprietary software with free software on at least one computer.
If no such replacement takes place, our normal consulting rates
For more information, please e-mail email@example.com.
The following organizations and individuals are supporting the
"Stay Legal - Use Free Software" campaign:
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
If you would like to be an affiliate, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with
your company name, URL, and the services you are offering in
support of the campaign.
If you are not located in Ottawa, that's fine too. Become an
affiliate and link to this page from your page. That way, people
all over the world can find someone near them who can help them to
Stay Legal by Using Free Software.
Penguin CAAST Program