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Re: [Fsfe-france] Linux in Youthwork


From: obenassy
Subject: Re: [Fsfe-france] Linux in Youthwork
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2002 17:05:47 +0100

Loic Dachary writes:
 > 
 >      Bonjour,
 > 
 >      Vous est-il possible de suggérer aux organisateurs que
 > parler de "free software in youthwork" serait plus intéressant ? 
 > Après tout, GNU/Linux n'est qu'un objet technique, ce qui présente vraiement
 > un profond changement est la philosophie et l'éthique des Logiciels Libres.
 > 
 >      J'étudie par ailleurs les possibilités d'intervention et de 
 > coopération avec cette manifestation. Merci d'avoir pensé à nous ;-)
 > 
J'ai été récemment investie officiellement de la responsabilité du secteur 
éducatif du projet GNU après l'avoir assumée dans les faits pendant plusieurs 
mois. M√™me s'il s'agit l√† d'une charge un peu trop lourde pour moi je t√Ęche de 
la prendre au sérieux.

C'est à ce titre que je suggère que vous me fassiez passer les documents que 
cvous pourriez être amenés à rédiger pour mener votre action pour que je voie 
s'ils ne pourraient pas être intégrés au site. 
Le secteur éducatif est très important pour le projet GNU. L'éducation, c'est 
l'avenir...

Je souhaiterais donc que vous vous sentiez concernés par l'idée de faire 
éventuellement partager votre activisme au-delà de nos frontières.

D'avance merci pour tous,

 >      A++,
 > 
 > Phil writes:
 >  >     bonjour à toutes et à tous  :-)
 >  > 
 >  >   je me permet de transmettre cette annonce ; en espérant qu'elle
 >  > vous intéressera.
 >  > 
 >  > On Fri, Mar 22, 2002 at 01:34:31PM -0500, Roger Pe√Īa Escobio wrote:
 >  > > ---------- Forwarded message ----------
 >  > > Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2002 14:56:27 -0300
 >  > > From: Cl√°udio Menezes <address@hidden>
 >  > > To: Software Libre <address@hidden>,
 >  > >      Boyan Radoykov <address@hidden>
 >  > > Subject: Linux in Youthwork
 >  > > 
 >  > > Please, disseminate. CM
 >  > > 
 >  > >    1. linux in youthwork (Andrea Mayr)
 >  > > 
 >  > > We are currently planning a meeting which will be held this summer in
 >  > > vienna.
 >  > > There will be people joining from youth-facilities from germany,
 >  > > bulgaria and austria, which are interested in starting to implement
 >  > > linux in their locations. As the host and organiser for this event, we
 >  > > also want to invite professional linux users respectively programme
 >  > > developers in order to discuss strategies which could help us to reach
 >  > > this goal.
 >  > > 
 >  > > We are looking for participants out of both fields: professional linux
 >  > > users as well as people from youth facilities. The European Unions YOUTH
 >  > > programme finances the participation of youthworkers (no schools and
 >  > > universities unfortunately). If you know about such a place or a person
 >  > > who works within such an environment, please pass this announcement on.
 >  > > (deadline for this call is 27th of march)
 >  > > 
 >  > > If you are somebody who is qualified in using and/or developing specific
 >  > > programms and you would like to attend, please contact us, so that we
 >  > > can start coordinating relevant issues.
 >  > > 
 >  > > The estimated number of participants is about 30. 
 >  > > 
 >  > > Generally: Thanks for your work within KDE.
 >  > > 
 >  > > Best, 
 >  > > Andrea  
 >  > > 
 >  > > That's the Announcement:
 >  > > ----------------------------------------------
 >  > > 
 >  > > CALL FOR PARTNERS
 >  > > Please pass this invitation on to people who might be interested in 
 >  > > attending.
 >  > > 
 >  > > 
 >  > > INTRODUCING LINUX TO YOUTHWORK
 >  > >   
 >  > > Netbridge, located in Vienna/Austria, is a coordination agency for IT 
 >  > > and CT in youth work. We are a non-profit organisation, physically and
 >  > > organisationally hosted by Austria's Center for Social Innovation. Our
 >  > > aim is to help youth workers to deal with computer technology. We try to
 >  > > generate competence by offering training courses, inform about
 >  > > individual project-relevant issues or simply offer advice on their
 >  > > specific problems related to new media. 
 >  > >   
 >  > > We are looking for partners in order to apply to a European union 
 >  > > program called "YOUTH"(action 5). Our intention is to bring together 
 >  > > partners to work on solutions that should make it easier for youth 
 >  > > workers to use Linux in their work with kids. As our experience clearly
 >  > > shows, youth workers are in general attracted to Linux but fear
 >  > > unexpected problems (i.e. configuration, compatibility) when using it on
 >  > > a daily basis. There exists a need for specific information as well as
 >  > > for specifically configured setups or tools. 
 >  > >   
 >  > > We are looking for people who are interested to cooperate in working on
 >  > > solutions that can help to reach this goal. 
 >  > > 
 >  > > We are looking for people/institutions that: 
 >  > > 
 >  > > - have experience in working with kids or youngsters, on 
 >  > >   professional or simply private levels and do use Linux to support    
 >  > > the kids computer skills. 
 >  > > - do have the technical qualification as well as the motivation to     
 >  > > work on solutions for this project 
 >  > > - do have experience in other relevant fields, like organizing         
 >  > > support scenarios, or promoting/sponsoring concepts that are         
 >  > > compatible with the idea of free software in general, etc 
 >  > > - are active in youthwork and are planning to implement linux. 
 >  > >   
 >  > > 
 >  > > emphasized questions we will keep track of: 
 >  > > 
 >  > > - What's the motivation of using free software in youthwork? 
 >  > > - Which steps need to be taken in order to facilitate the first        
 >  > > contact with Linux? (on a technical basis i.e. offering 
 >  > >   bootable cd-rom's) 
 >  > > - What meassures need to be taken permanently in order to 
 >  > >   support a long term use of Linux? 
 >  > > - Which initiatives have got to be set locally, which ones are 
 >  > >   predestined to be done world/nationwide. 
 >  > > - In which ways does the initiative gain publicity? 
 >  > > 
 >  > >   
 >  > > 
 >  > > The Main Event takes place from 21.-27.July 2002 (alternatively:
 >  > > 25.8-1.9.2002) 
 >  > > Goal of this event will be to get sustainable solutions in answer to the
 >  > > above questions. Solutions, in this context may be conceptual, 
 >  > > as well as technical ones. Discoursive exchange of experience 
 >  > > should help us to reach conclusions for specific problems. These results
 >  > > are intended to be applied by producing new, or improving already
 >  > > available utilities. The outcome of the project should be useable as an
 >  > > information pool and a platform to explain concepts 
 >  > > of exemplary realisations of using Linux in youthwork. Up to 25 
 >  > > people can attend and will get 100% of travel cost as well as about 50
 >  > > Euro per day (contribution to accommodation costs). 
 >  > > 
 >  > > 
 >  > > If you want to participate in this common effort, please contact: 
 >  > > address@hidden
 >  > > 
 >  > > Deadline for this Call is Wednesday, 27th of March, 2002. 
 >  > > 
 >  > > Due to application terms you need a background organisation which is
 >  > > active in the field of youth activities. 
 >  > > Following link describes the partnership information we need to receive
 >  > > from you. If you have any problems concerning this issue please do not
 >  > > hesitate to contact us. 
 >  > > http://www.netbridge.at/partners.html 
 >  > >   
 >  > > 
 >  > > Netbridge - Coordination Office 
 >  > > for New Technology and Youthwork in Vienna/Austria, 
 >  > > Koppstrasse 116/11, 1160 Vienna, Austria 
 >  > > phone.: +43 (1) 4950442/75, fax.: +43 (1) 4950442/40
 >  > > 
 > 
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 > Loic   Dachary         http://www.dachary.org/  address@hidden
 > 12 bd  Magenta         http://www.senga.org/      address@hidden
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