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[seul-edu] [Fwd: Re: Question about orario-elettronico]

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Subject: 	Re: Question about orario-elettronico
Date: 	Thu, 15 May 2003 14:16:54 +0200
From: 	alessandro <abrunel@libero.it>
To: 	Doug Loss <drloss@suscom.net>
References: 	<1052944356.2309.70.camel@dloss>

the only ting I can say, is that I have used orario_elettronico to
compile the timetable of my school, and it worked. Some people have
downloaded the application from the net, but I had no feedback.
One more thing, I've been working hard on the program and the actual
version is quite different from the one I have used, and tested, in
Thanks for your interest

 P.S. I don't know what a K12 school is, my program can work fine for
italian high schools

Doug Loss wrote:


As you may know, we're working on an ISO of educational software <http://www.seul.org/edu/iso.html> for Linux at the SEUL/edu project.
Our main requirement for applications to be included on this ISO is that
they be scholastically useful (we're focusing on K12 schools). We've been evaluating as many of the apps that we know about as we can, but the effort is languishing as many volunteer projects do. I've determined that any app that is currently being used in one or more schools has de facto demonstrated that it is scholastically useful and has passed our Phase 2 evaluation.

That brings me to my question. Is orario-elettronico currently in use in a school? If so, I can put it on the Phase 2 list. Thanks for your help!

email: abrunel@libero.it <mailto:abrunel@libero.it>
homepage: http://utenti.lycos.it/simplicio/index.html

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überwältigt zu werden, und weil man die Tollheit, sie erfunden zu haben,
nicht durch die ärgere Tollheit, sich von ihr töten zu lassen,
übertrumpfen würde."
Karl Kraus, 1919

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