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Re: Linux Educational Projects Worldwide

EAMorical@aol.com wrote:
> I guess the question is do we want a link to lxk12 on the Linux Educational
> Projects Worldwide web page?

I don't think they really _have_ a website to link to.  If we list
mailing lists having to do with Linux in education, that's where they
should go.

> Question do we want to be international and carry other language links marking
> them as such. Extra work, however valuable for multilingual people. I started
> to say non-English reading people, but they wouldn't be able to read to get
> there anyway.

Although the question wasn't to me, I think we should be as
international as we can be.  After all, it's SEUL, not SAEUL (Simple,
American, End-User Linux).  Although most of the links would be lost on
me (English, some German, little else), I think they could be quite
useful to others and could enhance our value to the Linux community.

Doug Loss                 It is impossible to imagine Goethe
Data Network Coordinator  or Beethoven being good at billiards
Bloomsburg University     or golf.
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