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Re: [DotGNU]OT: File formats schools

From: Stephen Compall
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]OT: File formats schools
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 2003 03:59:16 -0600
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James Michael DuPont wrote:
> My question is to you, have you had similar problems? Are you
> interested in creating a Student group that is active in promoting
> free software in schools and distance learning?

Have a look at the rather modest GNU Education activity
<>.  According to the GNU
help page,

     We are looking for some help in announcing what's going on around
     the world in free software for education, in writing or
     translating documents or howtos. We would even be happy if
     someone would take over managing of the whole GNU education

Furthermore, the Digital Speech Project <>
is forming campus Digital Freedom groups; evidently, the one at the
University of Kentucky has been particularly successful (as cited by
the FSF bulletin).

- --
Stephen Compall - Also known as S11001001
DotGNU `Contributor' --
Jabber ID: address@hidden

The experience of Napster shows that we should also permit
noncommercial verbatim redistribution to the general public -- when so
many of the public want to copy and share, and find it so useful, only
draconian measures will stop them, and the public deserves to get what
it wants.
        -- RMS, "Misinterpreting Copyright"

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