On July 31st, I posted the announcement: [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry2893.html"]Linux Contest That You Can Win[/URL] for the Will Linux Work? Contest sponsored by [URL="http://www.plathome.com"]Plat'Home[/URL], maker of the OpenBlock S and OpenMicroServer server appliances. Plat'Home announced the winners and the winning projects this morning. Out of over 3 dozen detailed proposals, the following projects were chosen as winners. [INDENT][COLOR="Green"]• Winner #1 lives aboard a trimaran in New Zealand and needs a small, low power device to record positional data and monitor the engine, fuel reserves and rate of consumption. The OpenMicroServer will be put to the test against constant motion, vibrations, a sweeping …

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[URL="http://www.plathome.com"]Plat'Home[/URL], Linux pioneers in Japan and creators of the diminutive OpenMicroServer, are running a contest called "Will Linux Work?" They are basically asking people to submit crazy/extreme environments or ideas using their Linux servers and see if they work. Whoever has the best idea will get 5 of their OpenMicroServers shipped to them for free and be able to test their idea -- you can find all the details [URL="http://www.plathomeus.blogspot.com"]here[/URL]. The contest is going live tomorrow (Friday, Aug 1) and will run until September 5th. I just finished testing the OpenBlockS microserver and would have to say that it is …

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