Sean Rima wrote:
> Timothy Murphy wrote:
> | On Sunday 16 May 2004 13:11, Paul O'Malley wrote:
> |>What I have in mind, is a serious proposal that is that you consider the
> |>http://linux.co.uk/Members/oddjob/howtos/Advocacy.html> |>
> |>In particular section 6 if not the whole lot.
> |>After that it is up to you.
> | Seems like a fine document to me.
> | Slightly OT, but there used to be a government scheme
> | for students (perhaps including school pupils) to do summer jobs
> | with companies or other institutions.
> | Basically, the institution had to register for the scheme,
> | and the government then paid a minimal rate to the student.
>> I am trying to get some of the local schools invloved in Linux. I have
> discussed the idea, let them with a few URLs including Linux.ie and some
> other info on Linux and education (I belong to fidonet and send out
> education linuxc files) software. I think it is a good idea as it showes
> people there are other OS' beside MS and I always do it as an
> alternative not as a better OS, I keep this to myself :)
JUst to add, I also, for my sins, run a bbs and I gate between Fidonet
technology and Mailing lists, most of the major linux and linux-distros
lists. These then go around the world to most connected Fidonet systems
and are greatly used
Oh well, back to lurking :)
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