>On Thu, Mar 06, 2008 at 02:58:20PM -0800, Joel Kahn wrote:
>> Neither of these are available in the still M$-based
>> computer lab at her school.
>You (and the school) realize Tux Paint runs on Windows (and Mac) too,
>> I think that the right kinds of custom clipart might
>> add a lot of educational value when teachers are using
>> Tux Paint for various purposes in the classroom.
>That's always been my home! On occasion, folks also contribute stuff
>they pull from places like Wikimedia and CreativeCommons.
>For those who aren't good at photography or drawing, helping prep
>pre-existing free content for use in Tux Paint is a good way to volunteer
>(hint, hint) :)
>(See this press release from over a year ago:
>Oh, also note that as of the previous version (0.9.18), Tux Paint's
>"Magic" tools are plug-in based, meaning people can write their own,
>if they know (or want to learn) the C programming language. :^)
>(See THIS press release, from November: