In a few days, I'll be giving a presentation to some secondary school pupils
to promote Open Source software.
I've a fair idea what I'm going to talk about, but was wondering if you, the
wonderful ILUG community, had any tips on how I should approach it?
I know that for the most part, kids aren't too bothered if their software is
free as in speech, so I won't be highlighting that part of the argument.
What'ya reckon? Lots of flashy eye candy? Free as in beer?
Looking forward to yere input.
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