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Re: Week 30 report of Knut Yrvin. Week 31 plans



tirsdag 27 juli 2004, 15:25, skrev Knut Yrvin:
> The centralised day-to-day best practices is to ensure that 
> The Ministry of Education and Research can furfill their own 
> plans in the plan of action for 2004 that accompanies The 
> Program for Digital Competence 2004-2008.
>
> 
http://odin.dep.no/ufd/norsk/satsingsomraade/ikt/045011-990065/dok-bn.html

To be more spesific on the plans: 

We have not get any monetary support from the ministry of education yet. 
Vidar has said that we will go forward with this effort anyway. 
Everybody is invited to participate in accordance with the requirements 
from the ministry. The no-named firm has asked us if they can 
participate. We have said yes to this. UNINETT AS also seems to think 
this is an good idea. Both Finn-Arne and Linux Labs are invited to 
participate in this work to their own benifit. As we have outlined in 
the requirements to the project application written after a request 
from all the politicians in Oslo city: 
 
  Det blir lagt stor vekt på bruk av elektroniske fora, gjenbruk 
  av gode løsninger og effektiv sentralisert drift. Vi vil møte 
  kravene satt i «program for Digital kompetanse» fra Utdannings- 
  og forskningsdepartementet. Det blir satt sterkt fokus på å sikre 
  lave vedlikeholdskostnader, og optimal rolledeling mellom 
  sentralisert drift og lokal støtte til IKT. Erfaringsrapporter 
  deles fortløpende.

http://developer.skolelinux.no/driftskonsepter/utsikt.html

  It will be of great importance in use of electronical forums, and 
  reuse of good solutions and centralized operation. We will 
  meet the demands stated in the "program for Digital competence" 
  by The Ministry of Education and Sciense. It would be a strong 
  focuse on securing low maintenance cost, and optimum 
  divedes of rolles between centralised operations and support 
  to ICT localy. Practice and knowledge repports are shared 
  continuous. 

Sincerely 

Knut Yrvin



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