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Re: [seul-edu] Red Escolar status

If you remember I made a personal visit to Guadalajara in August, they
were having major hardware compatibility problems in the state of
Jalisco. However I visited one of the primary schools and it was up and
running Linux. I was surprised becuase the teacher did not have any
printed resources or any help, he was able to figure it out on his own,
pretty much the same way I am at our school.

I have tried to write to them to follow up , but no one replies. I will
be returing to Guadalajara in November and will see if I can get more

I'm interested in their work becuase at the South San Francisco Adult
Education Center, we offer computer classes in Spanish, and I was
thinking of running their CD install in our classes.

I will give it a try and see if it works for me. I will keep trying to
get more details, and will share them with you when I find out.


Doug Loss wrote:
> I found a link on Linux Weekly News to this status page on the Red
> Escolar site:
> http://redesc.linux.org.mx/en/status.html
> It appears that the project is going forward in San Luis Potosi, but
> may be stalled elsewhere.  Could some of our Spanish speakers take a
> look through the site and see if there's any more info there on
> what's happening with Red Escolar?  Thanks.
> --
> Doug Loss                 God is a comedian playing
> Data Network Coordinator  to an audience too afraid
> Bloomsburg University     to laugh.
> dloss@bloomu.edu                Voltaire