On Sun, Jul 29, 2007 21:02:50 PM +0100, Patrick O'Connor
(patrick.oconnor at sysadmin.ie) wrote:
> I'd like to let you know about a new personal initiative of mine,
> which will hopefully make lots of parents and teachers understand why
> they cannot ignore FOSS and Free Culture anymore in the interest of
> their own children.
>>http://openireland.com/school might be of interest to you.
please accept my apologies for taking so long to answer. Thanks for
the link. However, what I'd need to list at
http://digifreedom.net/node/55 are schools which already are
"Certified Open", as they are called in your page, or have officially
started a Migration (rather than tools, in the broadest sense, to
support schools which want to become "digitally Free".
Do you have links to stories of such schools?
Thank you in advance for every feedback,
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