While it's not specificly anything to do with linux, I reckon that
provided it shares the licence spirit of free software, which is one
of the pillars of Linux, and is directly related to schools, you could
check out #scoil on irc.linux.ie or the wiki on scoil.linux.ie
On 6/17/05, John Orford <john.orford at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>> Amongst many other ideas for projects fermenting in my mind at the moment, is
> the creation of a some Wikibooks for Irish school syllabi.
>> (I recently heard that Irish book publishers are fleecing parents).
>> I'm just wondering what other people think about this? I am not a teacher,
> but I thought it may be an useful project.
>> Apart from anything else, it may be a good way of publicising "freedom" (not
> as in beer) in the wider community in Ireland.
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