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Re: [school-discuss] [Fwd: Which way to go?]
I don't know what type of applications you have in mind....but I invite you
to visit sns.internetschools.org
This is the home site for Shadow netWorkspace(SNS). SNS is an intranet (open
source software system) with a number of applications including discussion
board, calendar..... But it is also an application development environment.
We hope that developers will see it as a framework for building applications
and thus become a platform or utility for sharing applications being
developed across different school districts.
I'd be glad to discuss this with you via the list or via direct email if you
On 2/15/02 9:18 AM, "Doug Loss" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Joshua gave me permission to forward this message to the list:
> Joshua Walton wrote:
>> My name is Joshua Walton and I am the Multimedia Coordinator for the Eden
>> Prairie School District in Eden Prairie, MN. I am new to the position and I
>> am interested in establishing relationships in the educational world. >From
>> here on out I will be directing projects written in open source technologies
>> and our district may one day adapt Linux into the more of our classroom
>> environments (we have it in some).
>> So my thought is that as we are developing applications (mostly web based) we
>> don't want to be reinventing the wheel. What is the best resource for us to
>> trade open source projects with other school districts. Is this something
>> that your group drives towards or are you assisting in a level above this.
>> Does this make any sense?
>> We are looking for such a group and I hope that I am correct in understanding
>> that this is your vision.
>> best regards,
>> joshua walton
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