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Re: [Fwd: Partnerschaft mit IT-Ausbildern]

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>On Sat, Jun 08, 2002 at 12:33:10 +0200, Werner Weber wrote:
>> ich habe vor ber einem Monat die untenstehnde Mail versandt. Leider habe
>> ich noch keine Antwort erhalten.

>The most likely explanation for that is that you seem to make a few
>incorrect assumptions.

>First of all, the Debian project is an international project, so use English
>unless you're addressing someone you know to understand German.

>> -------- Ursprngliche Nachricht --------

>> An die Geschftsleitung

>Debian is a volunteer-based project, not a company. As such, our goals,
>priorities, organisation and methods of communication differ from those of

>> ich unterrichte an einer beruflichen Schule NRW's, an der junge Leute zu
>> IT-Fachleuten ausgebildet werden. Jhrlich beginnen bei uns ca. 200 junge
>> Menschen ihre Ausbildung. Viele von denen arbeiten spter im Bereich
>> Netzwerkadministration.
>> Wir sind auf der Suche nach einem Linux-Distributor als Partner unserer
>> Schule.
>> Inhalte der Zusammenarbeit knnten sein:
>> - Projekte die mit Ihrer Distribution ausgefhrt werden und sowohl regional
>> und berregional (Presse, Messen) prsentiert als auch in EU-Projekte
>> eingesetzt werden knnten.

>You may want to have a look at
>which provides details on AGNULA, an EU-supported project which employs
>Debian GNU/Linux.

>> - Zertifizierung unserer Kollegen (wir sind ein sehr junges Kollegium) und
>> unserer Schler.

>Unlike e.g. Red Hat, the Debian project does not operate a certification
>program. The Linux Professional Institute (like Debian, a non-profit
>organisation) develops a not-distribution-specific certification program;
>you can find details at http://www.de.lpi.org/ .

>I think the most important thing about Linux is that it gives people the
>ability to do what they want.
>	Alan Cox in http://www2.linuxjournal.com/articles/culture/012.html

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