Re: Install scratch by default on Debian Edu Desktops in Wheezy?
On 23 April 2013 01:23, Petter Reinholdtsen <email@example.com> wrote:
teaching html and css in middle and high school
a)sometimes iceweasel doesn't work, esp on interactive sites like codecademy
b) little kids don't know how to fix "iceweasel already running"
teaching python in middle and high school. Its simple, checks syntax
and has a run button! (I'm currently evaluating geany as a
replacement, because kids struggle to get dr python working at home)
many teachers have an epson printer covered by this util
teachers get angry when gnash doesn't work
mind maps for older kids. vym has issues if you try to use maps on
different versions, and doesn't work at home.
for its ready-made set of lessons for beginning programmers
For kolourpaint, which I failed to be able to install by itself
beginning python is more fun that way
already mentioned enough on this thread!
plays many media types and converts between them
> Can you explain why you install these packages? Which one do you
> recommend to install as part of the Debian Edu standard install?
I don't want to contribute to bloat, but you can see above why I use
them and consider if others would also, perhaps?
I am also interested in hearing what others say. Such as, "we use X
for that purpose, because it does Y"
I would recommend a newer iceweasel, if possible.