November 2003

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More anarchoblogs

Rabble has got a blog, too. And he even links to mine! Isn’t that nice. I would really like to rss feed, because he does really cool articles, especially about latin america, but unfortunately I haven’t figured out how to rss- feed headlines of news only. As soon as I find out I will try Read the full article…


Opensourcecms- Mambo

On Monday me and my friend actually installed Mambo, an open source cms. Initially, the solution was intented to be used for the Peace and Justice Centre in Edinburgh and temporarily hosted under Moving Pages, but now the whole project seems to collapse, from my point of view. The Peace and Justice Centre mainly consists Read the full article…


Edinburgh Linux User Group

On Sunday, there were Linux install days, organised by the Edinburgh Linux User Group, called Edlug. To give some sort of statement, I have been reading their email list in the archive, but unfortunately they are quite tech and geek based. There is hardly any political or philosophical discussion, and most of the Edlug members Read the full article…


Community Media Association AGM

On Saturday I went to the Community Media Association, see AGM. I blacked my way in as I said I would be from Indymedia. So there were all the professional community media makers trying to make decisions, and most of them had only one aim: give more money and give a frequency. Both main objectives Read the full article…


Peace and Justice

The last days were rather uneventful, if it would not have been for Edinburgh’s Peace and Justice Centre. A couple of older quakers run this resource situated in the lower part of St.Johns church in Edinburgh. Committed to non-violence, their mission is to change the world. Their favourite groups are Scottish CND and Trident Ploughshares, Read the full article…