On Thu, Aug 25, 2016 at 01:18:47PM +0200, Wolfgang Schweer wrote: > On Wed, Aug 24, 2016 at 09:23:41PM +0200, Martin Quinson wrote: > > 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? > > Hi Martin, > > welcome to the list. > > IIRC the skolelinux.de server has been relocated some time ago. And I > suppose that the presentations were outdated anyway. > > > 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 ;) > > You migt be able to use parts of the French manual: > https://jenkins.debian.net/userContent/debian-edu-doc/debian-edu-doc-fr/ > > The Jessie manual is up to date and contains screenshots which are > available in a separate directory as well. The problem is that the manual is very technical very very early. There is a mention of chmod in the first paragraph of Getting Started section, for example. Not very nice for newcommers to linux. The introduction spends more time on why the project has two names (which historical reason is objectively not very relevant to newcomers) than on describing what the project is about. I was looking for a low-tech introduction to the project: what you can expect from it and its "selling points". An itemize somehow close to what you have on the main page of skolelinux.de, but with some more details maybe. Thanks for your time, Mt. -- You have a problem and decide to use haskell. Now you have a endofunctor in the problems category.
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