[K12OSN] How many K12LTSP installations?
jam at mcquil.com
Tue Feb 1 02:44:19 UTC 2005
I heard from Mark Shuttleworth, of the Shuttleworth foundation. His
organization has deployed K12ltsp in schools in South Africa, serving
about 80,000 students, with many more planned in the future.
This is also the Mark Shuttleworth that is behind the Ubuntu
And, it's the Mark Shuttleworth that travelled to the International
Space Station back in 2002.
jam at Ltsp.org
On Mon, 31 Jan 2005, Huck wrote:
> I have a setup with 20 tc's, 25 windows machines using smb to talk to home
> dirs, 10 macs using atalk to talk to home dirs, and 30 concurrent users at any
> given point in time.
> Total number of users 240, just met others at a conference who have a number
> of K12LTSP sites going as well, most of whom don't follow this list though(I
> chided them thoroughly)
> Bryant Patten wrote:
> > Hello All -
> > Anyone care to guess at how many K12LTSP installations exist both
> > nationally and internationally?
> > I was asked that question today while touting its virtues and realized I
> > didn't have a decent answer.
> > A follow up question (for bonus points) would be the average number of
> > users on an installation so we could give out the total number of people
> > using it on a given day.
> > Bryant Patten
> > White Nitro, LLC
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