Debian for rural Peru - (was re: From Puno - Peru)
This is a common use scenario all over Peru, where we have thousands
of computer labs currently using legacy proprietary sometimes pirated
It may be in the interest of many people to prepare a kit-like
solution, with a pure blend debian in spanish, that includes the Sugar
Our grassroots group, FuenteLibre, also in Peru, is tackling this
task, and will be coordinating efforts in this direction with
everybody who is interested.
Currently I'm focusing in preparing a Debian Live image in spanish
that includes sugar, for release. Then a pure blend for both
workstation and server will be prepared, along with best practices and
training materials (all free as in speech).
I will really appreciate the assistance of the list for this, as we'd
all like to learn from the debian-edu experience.
2009/1/3 Ferdinand Pineda <email@example.com>:
> I'm profesor of Telematic in Electronics Engineers (www.epieunap.net)...
> since second week of january with a High school "GLorioso San Carlos" we'll
> begin a project to migrate all PC to Free Software.
> We want to use Debian-Edu, and collaborate for test distribution. This
> school also is part of OLPC project in Peru.
> Ferdinand Pineda