Will these texts themselves be "open source"? i.e. if I wanted to use them
for teaching my kids, do I have to pay someone?
Jonathon M. Robison
"There are 10 kinds of people in the world. Those who know binary, and those
From: James Tremblay [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2007 7:44 AM
Subject: Re: [opensuse-edu] Linux School Curriculum
On Friday 01 June 2007 04:09, Michael Eicks wrote:
I just found your project and subscribed immediately.
It seems, we have the same goals, but we focus on different products.
I'm writing a school curriculum for SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10.
Two of three books are already finished. More information about these
school books, you can find at
Maybe we can work together? Let's think about it!
We are greatfull for every ounce of participation. I love the idea of a
technical curriculum surrounding SLED, when I get my desktops converted I
will certainly be asking the teaching arm of my department to include this.
It looks like your writing a "prequell" to the CLP course, It would
be a good Idea to get it accredited. It might even take the place of
course 3036 Linux fundamentals.
Director of Technology
Newmarket School District
Novell CNE 3\4\5
CLE \ NCE in training.
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