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Re: [suse-schools-usa] We need a list charter [ was: Re: Whoa ]
  • From: Lance Lane <ldlane@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2002 19:47:03 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <20020412194315.6B1F1E6587@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Maybe we can send an invitation to those English users and a copy of our
charter when I get available sometime this evening or in the morning. I plan
on targeting the follwoing:

1. Educators around the World.
2. Educational Developers (Interested of Course in developing applications)
3. Implementation of Linux in the classroom.
4. Practical Application of Linux in the Classroom (Activities)
5. No Tech support for Linux or SuSe.
6. Educational Desktop Developers (KDE, Ximian, Gnome)

Need Feedback on more specifics and covering the Bases!






On Friday 12 April 2002 01:30 pm, Christopher Mahmood wrote:
> * tom poe (tompoe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx) [020412 12:20]:
> > Well, then change the charters. Tell the UK list to change theirs to
> > "technical" english issues surrounding schools. And make ours all other
> > issues, and we'll be coordinated. <grin>
>
> I don't have a lot of control over what goes on there because the
> I'm not the owner of the list. The only time I've had any contact
> with it is to explain why replies go to the sender and not the list,
> things like that.
>
> > In the meantime, I would appreciate some opinions on whether this site
> > has value to the apps side of our proposed demo we're looking for [I'm
> > looking for]:
> > http://sal.kachinatech.com/
>
> That's one of the best sites for finding free math and science
> software--I don't think they much in the way of "educational"
> software but you could add, say, octave (a replacement for matlab),
> R (replacement for S-Plus), etc. to the demo and instantly replace
> about $2000 worth of software.

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