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Re: [school-discuss] Fodder for all to use as they please

This is *awesome*! Very nice job. I'd like to link to these off of
softwarefreedomday.org; should I just upload copies of these OO files
there, or would you prefer that I link to their current locations?

I have one question -- why did you decide to leave an XP PC in each
room instead of using a Windows Terminal Server, and having the
teachers access the server through rdesktop on a thin client?

Again, kudos for this great work. The inclusion of test scores was
perfect -- you really hit all the important points, I think.


Daniel Howard wrote:    [Thu Jul 27 2006, 11:37:08PM EDT]
> Now that I've made my final presentation to the CIO of Atlanta Public 
> Schools on our case study at Morris Brandon Elementary School, I thought 
> it might be helpful if I posted some of the many slides I generated over 
> the last year in my hopes of convincing them to switch to K12LTSP, which 
> we finally did by just doing it and showing them the results.  I just 
> put two Open Office presentation files in the following locations, 
> please use as you see fit to convince your school IT folks of the 
> benefits of FOSS.  Daniel
> This is the final presentation I gave to the CIO:
> http://home.comcast.net/~dhhoward/BrandonFinalBriefingjul06.odp
> This is a file with lots of slides I generated over a year to convince them:
> http://home.comcast.net/~dhhoward/ElemSchoolTechRecomendationsfinal.odp
> Regards,
> Daniel
> PS: Steve Hargadon, feel free to scan these and generate 
> questions/topics for me to discuss next week on the broadcast interview. 
>   Also, perhaps a modified version of these could go on the K12LTSP 
> wiki? D.
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