On Wed 09 Apr 2008, David Howe wrote:
> Thanks Paul.
>> The site makes depressing reading. Absolutely no consideration given to
> open source software or Linux.
>> An exercise in obfuscation. For example in a list of "Open Source Freeware
>> : 400+ free applications and utilities" Open Office is not mentioned once.
>> No mention is given to the "GPL". No mention is given to standards or to
> the ODF.
>> On a section in how to set up a school website they mention Internet
> Explorer but give no mention to Apache or Firefox. Sad really.
Happily the Schools webhosting setup is completely open source.
Ubuntu, OpenLDAP, Apache
>> On Wed, April 9, 2008 12:44 pm, Paul Mullen wrote:
> > On Wed 09 Apr 2008, David Howe wrote:
> > <snip>
> >> Question: Is there an Irish equivalent to BECTA?
> > NCTE www.ncte.ie
> > <snip>
> > Paul.
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