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Re: Input on announcing Debian Edu Wheezy?

How about this for a draft?

Debian Edu is a complete operating system for schools. Through its
various installation profiles you can install servers, workstations
and laptops which will work together on the school network.
Administration is via a graphical interface, through which you can
also create accounts for users and groups (there are ready-made groups
for students and teachers), and configure network printers. Debian Edu
comes with hundreds of applications pre-installed, but you can always
add more packages from Debian.



On 23 September 2013 23:54, Petter Reinholdtsen <pere@hungry.com> wrote:
> [Steffen Möller]
>> Hi Petter,
> Hi.
>> I suggest to add a very clear sentence without abbreviations on what
>> this software is about. An attempt:
>> Debian Edu is a readily available set of programs for students to
>> work with for their own education. It ships with a graphical aid to
>> help with the distribution across a local computer network. With
>> Debian Edu, the teachers themselves or their technical support can
>> single-handedly roll out a complete multi-user multi-machine study
>> environment within an afternoon.
> Thank you.  Good point.  We will try to put something like that at the
> start of the announcement.
> CC to debian-edu@, to let the most active writers know about your
> suggestion.
> --
> Happy hacking
> Petter Reinholdtsen
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