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Re: [seul-edu] Re: perl or......
On Tue, 05 Dec 2000 21:40:50 -0500
Tom Hoffman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> on 12/5/00 1:41 AM, Michael Totschnig at email@example.com wrote:
> Unfortunately, as a few people have mentioned, it isn't clear who will be
> motivated to develop this tool. I think it is too abstract a notion for
> most English teachers to get excited about, unless it was presented to them
> as a complete package. On the other hand, just making a simplified version
> of Lyx, removing many of its technical features and irrelevant (in a K-12
> context) classes and templates removed might be a start.
That would pretty much get down to ifdef'ing out all of the math menus, right?
I think anyone with a few hours of time and basic understanding of C should manage that. Maybe even me... (LyX is written in C, right?)
Are you being serious about such a project? I guess if I can find the time, I could have a look at it (if it's not too urgent).
All models are wrong.
Some models are useful.
-- Geroge Box