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Re: [K12OSN] State of K12LTSP usefullness in your school



Barry,

Could you point me to any documentation you may have about your trials and
tribulations? I'd like to learn more about your work (and from anyone else
who may have implemented a similar project). Specifically the numbers (size
of deployment, internal support staff, students, etc.) and then anything
about the environment (OS/software support, etc.).

I'd like to point to a few reference models for our own discussions here.

Thanks,
Patrick


Patrick Masson
Chief Information Officer
331B Bush Hall
State University of New York
College of Technology at Delhi
Delhi, New York 13753
607-746-4670
massonpj delhi edu


On Sat, 2008-05-10 at 19:59 -0500, Barry R Cisna wrote:
> Hello List,
>
> I pose this question about once a year to all the K12LTSP'ers on the
> list here. I'd like to know,especially the newer people on the list
> here,how your admins think, when you mention,about the K12ltsp setup in
> a school setting. I have posted all my trials and tribulations many
> times before. I always wonder what the admins think when you mention the
> distro is free. This seems to be the biggest downfall I have found.Seems
> odd doesn't it?,,,hhmm.I was told many moons ago by an older gentleman
> that is a long time Linux guru that the United States would be the last
> country to "flip" to Linux ,because the US is such a commercialized
> country. I can see now he is correct:)
> For example what does the teachers say when you have mentioned to them
> about k12ltsp for the first time,etc.
> Any comments to share?
>
> Take Care,
>
> Barry Cisna
>
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