On Tue, Aug 24, 1999 at 03:51:12PM +0000, Robert Elliott wrote:
> 'Getting education people in' could simply involve one teacher with an
> interest and a willingness to spend some time after hours. If no-one has
> space -- which I suppose depends on box donations -- a room for storing
> hardware may also be required, but that's about the extent of the
> school's involvement until they're ready to have a few boxes installed;
> say one server and a number of terminals that have varying degrees of
If there's some kind of plan for what's going to be on a while before the
event (and hopefully timetables too!) I'll at least forward it to one of
the heads of IT2000 - he's quite busy, so I can't promise a thing though!
But they are interested in Linux - they basically don't believe the
required level of support is available in Ireland though.
Gary Coady - gary at netsoc.tcd.ie - http://www.netsoc.tcd.ie/~gary/
It might look like I'm doing nothing, but at the cellular level I'm
really quite busy.
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