Cc'ing this to scoilmaster at linux.ie incase s/he is not on the list.
Reply is below.
On 5/15/05, Nils Olofsson <lists at olofsson.tv> wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-05-15 at 17:26 +0100, Rory Browne wrote:
> > How about putting a wiki on scoil.linux.ie? I'd like to put some
> > content on it, that I'd consider useful for schools. Considering some
> > of the interest that I saw at the recent Expo, I reckon there is a
> > serious shortage of it.
> > Having that said I wouldn't want to responsibility of its continued
> > maintainance - hence a wiki that the community as a whole can
> > maintain. Considering the success of wikipedia, I think it's something
> > seriously worth considering.
>> I have suggested that already and haven't heard anything else about it.
> with all the good reviews that OSS has revieved in recent times, I do
> think its about time we(ilug) got off our rear ends and do something.
I don't particularly want to get off my rear end. I'm perfectly happy
just sitting here in front of my GNU/Linux based operating system,
writing stuff into the wiki.
We could, and I probably will if necessary, stick up our own wiki
elsewhere, but I think scoil.linux.ie is the best place to put it.
> just my 0.02 €
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