[K12OSN] Making K12LTSP "school friendly"
aslansreturn at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 15 07:00:26 UTC 2005
--- Steve Hargadon <steve.hargadon at gmail.com> wrote:
> I visited with the folks at Win4Lin this last week,
> and they are
> willing to take any sofware that we say is critical
> for schools and
> get it configured and running for the email garden
> we're hosting at
> NECC 2005 in Philadelphia in June.
> Here's the list I compiled from this thread so far:
> Oregon Trail
> Reader Rabbit
> Jumpstart Math
> Accelerated Reader
> Carmen SanDeigo
> They would also like to "test case" a couple of
> schools that are
> currently using LTSP and want to run certain Windows
> apps. Let me
> know if you are interested. Pretty good
> Steve Hargadon
> 916-899-1400 direct
steve. i'm interested for the sake of my school. i'm
the guy that started this thread and i'm a classroom
teacher. i know i could make my entire district (one
prek-8 building) to switch over to Linux if i can get
these apps running. and, of course, then other
districts would be interested also and then maybe i
could start a business helping other districts setup
linux labs and running their windows educational
software. that would be awesome!
contact me off-list if you want or on-list.
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