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Re: [seul-edu] New web site "eduml.anet.fr"
I am starting to translate the site, and expect to have it done within a
> From: Odile Bénassy <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [seul-edu] New web site "eduml.anet.fr"
> Date: 13 January 2000 09:11
> Roger R Dingledine wrote:
> > > Bruno always says nobody knows EduML, but in France it's not the
> > I would really really like to have an actual document describing eduml
> > that we can put on the seul-edu site and that we can publish and have
> > other people (lwn, linuxtoday, etc) read and evaluate.
> > i know there's some documentation out there already...
> > do we have anything that could be adapted into this?
> > otherwise people will continue to never have heard of eduml...
> > thanks,
> > --roger
> I feel concerned...
> I suppose I should try to be a little more cimmunicative, which is not
> very natural to me.
> As I'd like to release Promath 0.2 as soon as possible,
> as TINY needs documentation too,
> as ...
> Yet if nobody stands up for it, I will probably follow your excellent
> advice, soon !
> Don't you think a mere translation into English, of eduml web pages,
> would help (this could be quicker for me, than a new document) ?
> Then, we could possibly link it to 'fr.seul.edu' as suggested ?
> About TINY and other small Linuces, I'll have to write a document, maybe
> a couple of FAQ paragraphs, but:
> 1) TINY is not the smallest
> 2) TINY works on standalone machines, installation is easy even for a
> newbie (at least will definitely be in 0.2, see 0.2 beta on ftp),
> distrib supports X windows and should run some useful small
> applications... right now we have Ted
> Odile Bénassy,
> (not available these days, because my ISP is incredibly incompetent)