[permaculture] Holmgren Collected Writings
steved at ncatark.uark.edu
Mon Mar 25 19:26:03 EST 2002
With all due respect, amigo, how do you explain the document
And Alternative Farming Systems
v.2.0, 29 Dec 2001
formerly "Introduction to Permaculture: Concepts and Resource"
prepared by Steve Diver ATTRA Technical Specialist (1998)
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Thilo Pfennig wrote:
> Am Mon, 2002-03-25 um 07.40 schrieb David Holmgren & Su Dennett:
> > These articles can be downloaded as screen readable pdfs from
> > http://www.spacountry.net.au/holmgren/CollWrit.html but cannot be
> > printed nor can text be selected for pasting into other documents .
> Tey can be printed. I just did. With Linux using 'gv' instead of the
> Acrobat Reader.
> You should not trust into proprietary technology.
> > (These blocks protect the integrity of writings posted on web sites).
> Allthough I do understand your intentions I do not believe that those
> kind of blockings are the right way.
> I also could produce a Poscript file out of it:
> > The CD is PC and Mac compatible and costs A$25.00 plus postage from
> > Holmgren Design Services
> Also think about if CDs are also Linux compatible. (They are not if
> everything is packed into binary programs and there is no Linux binary).
> I always thought in permaculture people would have a broader view.
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