[K12OSN] general acceptance of k12ltsp in schools

"Terrell Prudé Jr." microman at cmosnetworks.com
Mon Jun 4 22:21:12 UTC 2007

Not in my district, unfortunately.  It's Microsoft or nothing.

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Barry Cisna wrote:
> Hello All,
>  I've posted this same question about once a year , in the past,( Since
> first version of K12LTSP) just wondering what the general outlook or
> thoughts are of teachers, School administrators, students,in regards to
> how k12ltsp ,is being accepted. Id like to know from the sysadmins,
> network gurus( trenchpeople like me ) point of view.
> Throw in your 2 cents to let others see how their school compares to
> everyone else's in this scenario.
> As I stated before it appears to be a matter of IF the Superintendent is
> "open minded" enough to at least take a look at altenatives to MS$. Our
> Super that was at this school was very much so. Super, changed,Now things
> are not that way,,,:(...
> " It's a Microsoft world out there, whether you like it or not". Enough
> said,,,:(.
> Bummer.
> The best statement I heard was from a poster a couple years ago, that said
> ." These people are frustrated with the system they have , and they will
> continue to be frustrated with the system they have, until they are
> willing to embrace new ideas on school network systems". Enough
> said,again.
> As I've stated before, I guess the way to look at this thought process is
> the postive. =Job security, MS$ = virused up,,filesystems going down,HD's
> dying,spend,spend $$$ ,etc :).
> Take Care
> Barry Cisna
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