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Re: Link updates (was Re: [seul-edu] seul-edu posting guidelines)


I would help out, but I've been very "loosely" involved with the web site
re-design project at the moment.  Hopefully this will lead to some type of
coherence between the many different sections of the site (certain common
links and so forth)--I'll see if I can free up some time and let you know,

At 07:29 AM 05/01/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>prytherch@talk21.com wrote:
>> >Links to other Linux in education sites:
>> > http://www.seul.org/edu/links.html
>> afaik www.ose.org.uk is no longer actively updated, as all UK effort for
Free software in schools is now with the Open Source In Education project.
>> Although www.osie.org.uk has yet to officially launch, it might be best
to update the link to the sourceforge page
>> http://sourceforge.net/projects/osie
>> I'm sure there'll be an *official* announcement here when osie launches :-)
>Thanks, Richard.  I'll get that changed.  This is a good lead-in to a
request I've been meaning to make for a while.
>Maintaining the SEUL/edu website is too big a job for one person.  I write
the Linux in education reports and maintain the alphabetical listing of
>educational software on the wiki; Bill Tihen is responsible for the
documentation section; Karl Peņa keeps the projects list up to date; Bruno
>administers the wiki.  What we've been missing is someone to maintain the
"Links worldwide" section.  I know that some of the links there are either
>out of date (as above) or dead, but I don't seem to have the time to keep
it updated.
>We need someone to assume the responsibility of keeping the links page
accurate and timely.  This wouldn't be terribly difficult or
>time-consuming--just visiting each link once a week or so, then removing
the dead ones or changing ones that have moved.  Oh, and adding links to new
>sites as we become aware of them.  If it takes as much as an hour a week
I'll be very surprised.  So who's going to stand up and be counted?  If more
>than one of you do, we'll be happy to let you share the task!
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