Script Eases Transition to Open Source Software

OpenSourceAdvocate writes, "A Brazilian programmer just released a script to automatically download and install the latest version of Mozilla Firebird, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Gaim on any Windows computer.

The goal is to increase the internet security via software diversity. Open Source Software is less vulnerable to Windows virus and worms.

Developers are invited to download, modify and redistribute the source code. (The script is open source and dedicated to the public domain.)"

» posted by pinder on October 20, 2003 at 04:52 PM


gaim? lol!

# posted by Satan

Gaim sounds like a nice open source replacement for proprietary instant messengers like ICQ and MSN...

# posted by God

oh the epic battle between God and Satan continues...only now, over Gaim

# posted by pinder

Miranda has the Satan stamp of approval.

# posted by Satan


# posted by coucou

Je vous remercie de bien vouloir m'adresser
un logiciel d'autoinstallation.


# posted by reve

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