October 27th, 2003

Devil horn crossing

Free showing of the independent film REVOLUTION OS

The University of Nebraska at Omaha Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (UNO ACM) will be hosting a free showing of the independent film REVOLUTION OS by J.T.S. Moore on Wednesday November 19th, 2003.

The film will start at 8:30pm in the Peter Kiewit Institute Room 279, which is just on the southwest corner of the 67th and Pacific Street intersection (south of Elmwood park) in Omaha, Nebraska. The film covers the background behind the GNU/Linux and open source movement, with interviews with key players such as Richard M. Stallman, Linus Torvalds, and Eric S. Raymond. There will be a brief synopsis provided before the film to get your feet wet. If you've always wanted to hear more of the "story behind the movement", this is your opportunity.

Seating may be limited, so come a little early and we'll make sure we have a spot for you. Please pass this announcement along as you see fit, tell your friends. =)

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(By the way, the film can also be ordered online as a region/css free DVD)
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