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Re: [K12OSN] FOSS Education Apps Suggestions?



I have an open source School Cafe POS.

Here is the info.

http://www.sf.net/projects/pscafe 

http://pscafe.sf.net 


>>> dhuckaby paasda org 06/08/07 10:37AM >>>
Ktuberling (Mr. Potato Head) for the little ones ;)
TuxMath (personally not a fan of the TuxMath/Type apps cuz of the 
bandwidth overhead the suck up)

--Huck

Bryant Patten wrote:
> I am updating the Free Software for Schools publication 
> (www.lulu.com/content/286873) for the upcoming NELS/FOSSED conferences 
> (www.fossed.com) and I thought before I put the final wraps on, I would 
> ask the people on this list for their top recommendations.  The current 
> version has about 140 programs listed and the most famous ones are 
> already included:  Open Office, Abiword, all the edu.kde.org apps, GIMP, 
> Scribus, Audacity, Blender, Inkscape, MythTV, Celestia, Stellarium, NVU, 
> Drupal, Moodle, Tuxpaint and Tuxtype, GCompris....etc
> 
> But some other applications are not in this 2+ year-old publication: 
> Scratch, Alice, OpenBiblio, Koha, Dia, Thunderbird, Firefox, Freemind, 
> DansGuardian, Nagios, Zimbra...and ???
> 
> So I am curious what others people think should be included.  Your 
> suggestions may already be in there but I would hate to miss a new, cool 
> program or perhaps a classic that I just overlooked.
> 
> Bryant Patten
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