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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] What does the tech setup look like in your gra

From: Felix Posselt
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] What does the tech setup look like in your grade school?
Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2016 04:41:01 +0000 (UTC)

Well, not my kids, but my very own school looks like this:
All Mircosoft Windows PCs, all "upgraded" to Windows 10.
They all have free software solutions pre-installed, like Libre-Office, but those are only used by me.
The Computer have the tendency to be very slow even though, they have good CPUs and turn themself off for no reason whatsoever, but what else is to expected by a Windows.
The schools i have went to before had all Microsoft Windows, ranging from Windows XP to Windows 7, and of course they were also very slow.
They however didn't even have Libre-Office, but I didnt bother back in the day, because I didn't even know, what free software was. Had to teach this myself years later.
The Lessons are tailored for Microsoftprogramms, all but me are using Microsoft Office.

I'm from germany and i am pretty sure, that every average school here looks like this.


Von: Aaron E-J <>
Gesendet: 1:18 Donnerstag, 13.Oktober 2016
Betreff: [libreplanet-discuss] What does the tech setup look like in your grade school?

I am developing a ready-out-of the-box, open source virtual remote desktop platform and would like to investigate its deployment in school systems.  My assumption is that most schools are using proprietary technologies (Mac/PC) for the most part and that a switch to Linux based platforms would bring cost savings.  However, I know very little about the current technology setups in schools near me – let alone schools elsewhere in the U.S. (where I'm based) or the world.  I would like to hear from people who have kids, what does their school technology setup look like?
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