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Re: [school-discuss] student marking software

>On 12/11/05, Dirk Schouten <schoutdi@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> At 18:49 10-12-05 -0500, you wrote:
>> >[Please include Mr. Bogdan's email address as a recipient for any replies.
>>  Doug Loss]
>> >
>> >Hi, I am a system administrator at the "Politehnica" University of
>> >Timisoara, Romania (http://www.upt.ro/english/index.php) and I am
>> >looking for an open source implementation of:
>> >
>> >a) a "student marking" software. What I have in mind is a php+mysql
>> >implementation in which teachers can mark the students online and the
>> >students can check their marks. (something like
>> >http://utstorm.sourceforge.net/)
>> >
>> >b) a "free classroom" program in which a teacher can mark a classroom
>> >as "occupied" (at the same time interval - weekly) and in case he
>> >can't make it set a note "to recover at <date>"
>> >
>> >c) other software (preferably on unix/linux) that can improve
>> >efficiency a university
>> >
>> >Also please cc me the answer as I am not on this list.
>> >
>> >Thanks in advance,
>> >  Vaida Bogdan
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> Esteemed Mr. Bogdan,
>> Maybe it's an idea to join the list?
>> Yours humbly,
>> Dirk Schouten

At 10:52 11-12-05 +0000, you wrote:
>Thank you for your suggestion, I joined the group. I already found
>something interesting in the archives: schooltool live cd.
>- Vaida Bogdan
Esteemed Mr. Bogdan,
In mailing lists such as this one, in which messages are read
by many people, it is a good and common practice to
add your input _below_ the previous input. 
In that way others can more easily follow what's going on.
Here is a _wrong_ example to clarify the matter.

No, see man y.

> Hm, not bad, can it do y?

>>Yes, see http://x

>>> Does x exist?

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