On Fri, Feb 13, 2004 at 02:17:15PM +0300, Ruairi Newman wrote:
>> (No attribution, because I can't figure out where this originally came
That's from me :)
> > > >Have to say an OpenOffice/Abiword/whatever version really wouldn't help
> > > >all too much. An ECDL cirriculum which assumes tools like nroff, fmt
> > > >and wc - that's what we need.
>> An ECDL curriculum which facilitates the use of any Linux / UNIX tools
> or applications is all very well, but this was discussed on the
>education at linux.ie list at length some time ago, and nobody was prepared
> to do anything substantive towards the goal (myself included).
Oh same here, it would be an almost complete waste of time as the likely
market would be miniscule and the intersect of that market and people
who would go on to seek employment in a field where the qualification
is actually relevant is even more so.
Colm MacCárthaigh Public Key: colm+pgp at stdlib.net
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