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Activists inform Vista partygoers in Boston

by John Sullivan posted at 2007-04-12 19:53 last modified 2007-04-12 19:53
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Boston BadVista activists

This past Saturday in Boston, BadVista and binaryfreedom.info activists met up at a Vista launch event held by Microsoft for college students.

Their presence was a much-needed antidote to the overzealous Microsoft marketing machine. They distributed GNU/Linux CDs, BadVista stickers, and FSF flyers, helping to raise awareness about the many restrictions hidden in Vista's proprietary code and the superior free alternatives.

We were tipped off to this event by a BadVista supporter, and were able to organize people and materials to go at the last minute. If you hear about anything similar happening in your area, let us know!

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