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Linux Journal: The Trinidad and Tobago Linux Users Group and the FLOS Caribbean Conference

Jun 27, 2003, 05:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"With the date drawing close for the FLOS Caribbean conference, which began yesterday, June 25, it had been quite busy down here in Trinidad and Tobago. Last minute preparations and adaptations were being made as quickly as possible, and there was no doubt the FLOS Caribbean conference would be a success in its own right.

"A quiet man who is noted for his knowledge and ability to carry two or more bags anywhere in Trinidad, as well as a rolled up newspaper for the mailing list, Richard Jobity took the time to give us an interview. He's the President of the Trinidad and Tobago Linux User Group (TTLUG), and one of the main organizers of this conference.

"LJ: Where do you see FLOS [being used] in Trinidad and Tobago now?

"RJ: FLOS in Trinidad and Tobago... well, it's like the secret beach or undiscovered hideaway. It exists, and those who know it know it's great, but they don't necessarily want others to come along and spoil the cool thing they've got going..."

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