Linux Volunteer Work in Nicaragua
"In January 2001, I moved to Costa Rica. This was a combination of wanting to live somewhere slightly less crazy/hectic, loving it there and realizing that as long as I have Internet connectivity I can do my job. There were certainly some bumps in the road but, all in all, it was a success. I also discovered that people are more receptive to a Linux-based alternative to proprietary operating systems than in the U.S. In fact, once I got outside the U.S.-dominated news I found that Linux was a much easier sell in most of the world than it was in the U.S."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Aug 3, 2004 )
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