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Re: How about an inter-project project?

> > I think your best bet is to contact Hilaire Fernandes and see if he has
> > any suggestions, as he has probably seen the most use of Dr Geo to
> > date.  You should also get a copy of Dr Geo, install it, and familiarize
> > yourself with its capabilities.  I would think that the order in which
> > geometrical concepts are presented is pretty well agreed upon (I'm no
> > math teacher), so an outline for the text can be roughed out and
> > exercises using Dr Geo can be planned.  As you gain experience with the
> > program, the exercises and the text can be refined together.  If you
> > present drafts of the work at each step of the way I'm sure you will get
> > cogent suggestions from seul-edu members.  How does that sound for an
> > off-the-top-of-my-head working plan?
> If you have problems with the source only distribution I can build a
> binary version (for gtk 1.2)
> -- 
> Hilaire Fernandes 
> Dr Geo project http://www.drgeo.seul.org

We are downloading Redhat 6.0 now.  As soon as I get that installed and
gtk and gnome working, I will start using Dr. Geo (so probably by the
middle of next week).  Is there any documentation which describes how to
use it?  Thanks.

jeff elkner