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Re: [ok-mail] [K12OSN] success stories?



I like to consider our efforts with open source a success. The University of 
Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy is a school of about 900 students. For 
three years now we have used OpenOffice only on faculty and student 
computers. In additions our student labs are running on Linux Terminal Server 
Project software. We have approximately 110 linux terminals in use. Other 
uses of Open Source at the school include Moodle for faculty web sites, The 
Gimp in our art class and a linux web server with some use of PHP and MySQL.

-- 
Thanks,

John

On Thursday 20 July 2006 23:11, Tom Hoffman wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Got a question from eSchool News editor Corey Murray today:
>
> "we wanted to ask whether you know of any schools, or districts in
> particular that (a) have successfully moved to an open source platform
> or, conversely (b) have struggled in attempts to do so."
>
> That's pretty much a FAQ on this list, but I don't know the answer off
> the top of my head.  Can anyone point us in the right direction?
>
> Please cc: cmurray eschoolnews com in your reply.
>
> Thanks lazyweb!
>
> --Tom
>
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