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Re: [school-discuss] UNESCO
I have been watching UNESCO for a few months now because of they have a free
version of their library software which is used in many places around the
world -- I know of two places from personal experience: I ran into it in
Thailand and Abu Dhabi.
We should definitely approach them and see what happens.
Quoting "Cetin, Gorkem" <email@example.com>:
> Apart from that, a banner of schoolforge (the one that comes with the main
> web page) can be placed in UNESCO's free sw portal.
> Maybe they can place a "featured link" up there?
> Also, I'm not against UNESCO's being a schoolforge member.
> On Tue, 16 Jul 2002, Doug Loss wrote:
> > One final message for the moment. Take a look at the UNESCO Free
> > Software Portal:
> > http://www.unesco.org/webworld/portal_freesoft/index.shtml
> > Should Schoolforge be listed here? I think it should, but I'm only
> > one person. I"d like to get others' opinions before we make such a
> > request.
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