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Re: [school-discuss] Tux Print? Open Source Schools

Hi Michael,

No, Never did. I'm still digging out from under the spammed, anonymous comments
(with porno and insurance ... money and sex?) and proabably replacing the whole
site eventually, although Geeklog has now included a decent way to block these
types of attacks.

I apologize to the group for not catching this problem faster. I'm down-sizing
my day job to compensate ;-). As you will see, I've begun posting announcements
from this list as a way to get things going again. Feel free to post progress
reports which you'd like non-list members to see.

Best wisehs,


Quoting Michael Dean <michaelldean@sbcglobal.net>:

> David
> did you ever find out who messed up your website?
> Michael
> David Bucknell wrote:
> >Dear Bill and Bruno,
> >
> >I have been training teachers for two years at a small international school
> here
> >in Thailand and we are just now getting to the point where they can use
> the
> >Educational Apps. They like GCompris and Tux Math, of course, but think
> they
> >need more problem sets (for more practice). Tux Paint is just great because
> it
> >lets them provide the content and I imagine Tux Writer would be the same.
> The
> >next step is to involve them as contributors. They aren't about to join
> the
> >mailing lists. I guess I'll start by making lists of their gripes.
> Suggestions
> >of the way forward? Obvioiusly, I'll help put together their ideas, but it
> is
> >unrealistic for me to think I will be able to find time to format their
> lessons
> >for each of your projects. Ideas?
> >
> >David
> >
> > -- 
> >http://iteachnet.org
> >http://opensourceschools.org
> >http://rose-marie.ac.th
> >
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