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Any advocacy material maybe?

Hello list,

this is my first time here so here is a short introduction. I'm a DD
since a dozen of years. I used to coordinate the french team of Debian
translators, and wrote the po4a software a long while ago. More
recently, I wrote PLM, a tool to teach programming to beginners that
is included in Debian (but not DebianEdu yet). I'm now a prof in a
french university called ENS Rennes. A lot of my students here will
become teachers either at university or in secondary schools.

My wife is teacher in a primary school and her director is thinking
about converting a bunch of old computers to ... something. I'm
naturally advocacing DebianEdu, and he could agree, will see. The
administrators of the town hall (in charge of primary schools in the
French administrative layout) will probably be harder to convince.

I am thus looking for any existing advocacy material to point them to.

I found https://wiki.debian.org/DebianEdu/Documentation/Presentations
but unfortunately, most of the links are dead. It seems that the disk
layout on skolelinux.de changed somehow, and that the links should be
updated. Could someone help here?

If you have other resources that I could use to advocate DebianEdu,
I'm really interested. Ideally, that would be in French but I could
translate it. Ideally that would be already be written, but I could
contribute something if really nothing exists ;)

Many thanks for this important piece of software. 

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you,
then you win.    --- Mahatma Gandhi

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