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[seul-edu] Re: [school-discuss] Some changes--part 5, SEUL/edu itself
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See note below
> On Sun, 2004-01-18 at 02:13, Les Richardson wrote:
>> Well, I'll help out, but I don't really want to transfer stuff to
>> server, etc. It's easily virtualized, if needs be.
> I wasn't thinking about moving it to another server, just
> re-virtualizing your seul.org websites as schoolforge.net ones.
>> I won't have time for a full scale "code assault" on the Freshmeat
>> until this summer. I've got to finish the XML coding and the online
>> gradebook for Open Admin first (along with some improved
>> That should conclude major developmental goals in the short term.
(Target: late spring) It's currently being used in 3 divisions in Sask.
>> with more planning to implement in the next school year. Thus, this
>> first priority.
>> I should then have time to work on the Freshmeat problem.
> That's fine, Les. I think we all agree that your work on Open Admin
> should come first. I certainly do. I'll try to add more entries to the
> current AppIndex in the meantime, to maintain its utility. Everyone
> else, please join me in doing so! And I'll look into the
> re-categorization I've talked about on and off for a very long time,
>> I will however help with anything required for the resumption of the
>> newsletter, including new code (ie. RSS/XML/RDF, etc.) if you'd like to
>> look at authoring in some other manner.
> Thanks, Les. But the reports resumption will depend on someone or ones
> else agreeing to do the writing. Still an open question.
If you're going to New York for LinuxWorld please look for John
Weathersby or me, Tom Adelstein.
I believe we can provide a total solution. We're in the process of
launching a Open Source Competency Center at a major University in
Mississippi. They have a particular interest in K12 endeavors and can
put resources on every aspect of the effort.