Hi, On Wednesday 01 October 2008 11:37, Ben Armstrong wrote: > Probably. But it doesn't stop me from wishing this were not so. I > didn't want Debian Jr. to be *only* a packaging effort. I wanted a > living, breathing relationship between children, their caretakers and > developers. We've fallen far short of this lofty ideal, but that > doesn't mean it can't or shouldn't be kept alive. That's the > distinctiveness that is at risk to be lost if we're just absorbed by > Debian Edu. That living, breathing relationship stuff sounds good and like a worthwhile reason to keep Jr and Edu distinct. But then, it's also something I'd very much like to see for Debian Edu and Debian :) (Though then probably with slightly different players...) regards, Holger, who is also curious to read more about Miriams ideas...
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