"Some, mostly out of not knowing exactly what to call
it, referred to it as an install-fest. Others simply lumped it
under the heading of "Charity Event".
"It wasn't really either of those things...but it was all of
those things and more...
"The BrainChild of Linux Against Poverty is Lynn Bender, a local
network and database guru. Linux Against Poverty began as a simple
idea. Lynn could gain access to a corporate pool of decommissioned
computers. He could rally the aid of Linux/Tech professionals in
"His purpose? Give kids who would normally never have a computer
in the home an even shot at their future."
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