[CS-FSLUG] [Linux4christians] Kubuntu vs Puppy

Christopher Rose kf6snj at lycos.com
Mon Jul 24 23:04:53 CDT 2006


Let me assure you that every at Our Saviour's Lutheran up in Burien WA loves you and the work you do. Thank you so very much. We do hope you will someday be able to visit our wonderful little church. We also want to invite everyone else from CS-FSLUG/Linux4Christians. It would be an honor to have everyone of you visit sometime.


P.S. Do I or don't I install puppy 2.01? Tough question.

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Chris Brault" <gginorio at sbcglobal.net>
> To: "A Christian virtual Free Software and Linux Users Group." <christiansource at ofb.biz>
> Subject: Re: [CS-FSLUG] [Linux4christians] Kubuntu vs Puppy
> Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2006 20:36:16 -0700
> Ehhhh, what's up doc? - Bugs Bunny
>   > Hey Chris!
>   >
>   >     I am a big fan of Puppy as well.
>   >
> I am a xubuntu user by trade (as they say) and experiment with slax at
> work (since I can't install anything and I need a certain collection of
> apps to get things done).
> ------------------------------------------
> >     For others reading 2.00 was rushed and was the first
> > Puppy with Linux 2.6.  Puppy 2.01 fixed some of the glitches
> > and Puppy 2.02 will resolve most of the rest.  That said it
> > is an awesome app with terrific support and is amazingly
> > small and fast.
> Yup, every so often I float back to see where puppy is at. About every
> three months or so or when they appear on distrowatch.com with a new
> release that has some merit. I also keep up with reviews of puppy as
> well as Ubuntu.
> ------------------------------------------
> >     Chris - please keep me in touch with what you are
> > doing with Puppy.  One of my hobbies is Amateur Radio and
> > I am always interested in anything folks get working in
> > Puppy for that, in addition to any Bible research tools
> > and church management tools.
> These are some areas where some determined effort might just pay off.
> The big problem, of course, is that I work in instructional design and
> spend most of my time developing video, writing tutorials and working on
> websites
> I've had some extra time this summer, but spent it working on various
> websites for pay (gas prices are eating my commute alive). Now, there
> are a few church management tools out there as well as bible research
> tools that I know of, however, they are mostly web based.
> That said, I could probably put together an Ajax enabled PHP church
> administration package if I really wanted to and I had the time. For
> now, I just finished redesigning my own site (www.ginorio.org),
> redesigning Chico Performances (www.chicoperformances.com) and I am in
> heavy development with a Colonial Mexican Architecture site
> (www.mexicanarchitecture.org). Add to that a long overdue redesign of
> Our Saviour's Lutheran Church (Christopher Rose's church) in process as
> well.
> I suppose I should give puppy a go again on the next "stable" release. I
> might even use it at work if it proves hearty enough to handle the new
> Dells.
> Gabe Ginorio
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