This site is about setting up a Linux system that will lessen Repetitive Strain Injury. It is aimed at authors and Linux novices, but will hopefully provide some insights to long in the tooth Linux users such as me. Originally there were no capital letters in the website name to symbolise the pain that RSI sufferers have to endure due to key chords (typing shift+key), however that was dropped as it looks odd in a English-language website and caps lock is an RSI protective way to type capitals without using key chords. Our Sip Linux is a more memorable way of expressing the acronym RSIP Linux, which stands for Repetitive Strain Injury Protective Linux, as well as avoiding the false impression that Our Sip Linux relates to the raspberry pi.
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