[RULE] Open Source in Africa

Vegard Munthe vegard at copyleft.no
Fri May 14 18:21:51 EEST 2004

> "Joris challenged his audience (most of whom are programmers) to write
> code that runs well on the three- and four-year-old machinesthat
> SchoolNet refurbishes and distributes."

If people are interested in these issues, I'd like to inform on
Debian-edu[0] (a.k.a. skolelinux) and DireqLearn[1] (used by Joris at the
moment) which are GNU/linux solutions used in school environments around
the world (also on 7-8 year old PCs).

[0] http://wiki.debian.net/?DebianEdu
[1] http://www.direqlearn.org/

-- Vegard Munthe
   FAIR Allocation of Infotech Resource

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