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Re: OS for schools (was Re: Practicality of GNU project and libre moveme

From: Paul Sutton
Subject: Re: OS for schools (was Re: Practicality of GNU project and libre movement)
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2020 11:56:41 +0100

In terms of distros for education there is already
I think there is something called SkolLinux and Edubuntu,

But I agree, there is the FSF distros too.

I am involve with ToriOS ( ) so if Jinnijus is
interested we are always looking for help with that.  We are aiming to
just build a lightweight distribution.

Hope this helps


On 27/07/2020 15:01, LM wrote:
>      jinnjus wrote:
>      This is why I am saying build a simple free OS for kids to use in
>      schools.  I'd even go a step further and say make them dig out a
>      soldering iron and build their device from a kit themselves.
>    This is something I'd really be interested in.  I would love to help
>    put together a lightweight Linux or Free OS distribution that included
>    educational games and other learning tools.  Preferably, it would be
>    something that they could duplicate by building the entire distribution
>    from source themselves as well.  It would be great if I could do it all
>    on my own, but at the rate the project's going, there won't be any
>    concrete results any time soon.  It would be wonderful if I could find
>    some others with similar interests to collaborate on something like
>    this.  If anyone knows of any viable projects in this area, please
>    share information on them.
>    As to encouraging using soldering irons in school, I personally
>    wouldn't recommend it.  I still have a burn mark from when I used one
>    for a school project several years ago.
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