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Re: [school-discuss] my puzzle about OSS in education
Daniel Howard wrote:
Speaking of which, we also want to try out OpenWorkbench, and the cost
of MS Project certainly underscores Rob's point; we could never afford
to put Project on all school PCs and most parents probably couldn't
afford it either. Don't know how good this will be for elementary
students, so is anyone aware of an OSS project/planning application for
young people? Also, it doesn't seem to run in Linux (of all things!)
Does anyone know of a Linux Project OSS application that they like?
Thanks for the kind words.
Have you looked at MrProject ( http://mrproject.codefactory.se/ )? It's
a bit basic and hasn't been updated for a couple years.
There's a list at http://proj.chbs.dk/
Robert G. Rittenhouse * Computer Science Dept,
McMurry University * rob@xxxxxxxxxxx
Abilene TX 79697-0968 * http://cs1.mcm.edu/~rob/