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Thanks. I have completed everything below. I have also built
educationalsites.net, and would like to link back to schoolforge.net, and
any other educational site you may have, or of anyone's. It is completly
free, and we'll write an article about the site and place it under their
supplied logo and link back to them. I get quite a bit of traffic on it
now, so if anyone wants to take me up on it, please email me.
I live in SW Kansas and finally got the school board here to allow me to
donate a few servers to them running RedHat 7.2 to use for their email,
databasing, and print sharing in a couple of their elementary schools. They
use windows exchange for mail, and about every 2 months they infect the
entire town with viruses from their mail and web server. I am trying to
prove to them that Open Source Software will save them so much time, effort,
and money. I figure we'll be going in with more servers for the high school
and two middle schools within the next couple of months. The uptime has
really gotten their attention. We kind of upset their IT guy, (but he is a
avid windows user, so he'll just have to get over it.) They were figuring
that a complete linux system will save them about 50000 a year.
On Sat, 29 Jun 2002, David Bucknell wrote:
> Dear Jon Adam,
> We'd like to welcome you and The KnowHow Network to the Schoolforge coalition.
> We look forward to working with you to foster free and open resources in
> schools. There are a few obligations that come with Schoolforge membership and
> just so you have them in mind, I'm going to include them below. Congratulations
> on your group's progress in Kansas so far. I know the rest of the members and
> supporters of Schoolforge will want to know how you did it and learn from your
> example. To that end, let me list what we want you to do as these tasks are just
> meant to keep us all in touch effectively.
> 1. Join the schoolforge-discuss mailing list by filling out the form at
> You'll be subscribed to the schoolforge-core mailing list which is a low volume
> list for member administration issues.
> 2. Participate in the discussions. We're a sweat equity group although the
> equity is only in the realm of good citizenship credits.
> 3. Copy a logo from http://schoolforge.net/logos or another member's site and
> place it in a prominent place on your site, linked to http://www.schoolforge.net
> That's it.
> Again welcome, and we'll all be talking with you.
> David Bucknell
> for Schoolforge
> Quoting Seul/Edu Membership <email@example.com>:
> > Name: The KnowHow Network
> > Url: http://www.knowhownet.net
> > Description: The KnowHow Network is a group of sites that
> > were built to help people with their computer
> > related troubles. We only use Open Source,
> > and we have successfully gotten Open Source
> > Software into 3 schools in SW Kansas.
> > Contact: Jon Adam
> > Contact email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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