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Re: Young people and computers

On Sat, Jan 26, 2013 at 02:40:36PM +0000, Moray Allan wrote:
> There's been some discussion elsewhere about how young people's
> experience of computers has changed over the years, and how this
> might interact with our success in recruiting young people into
> Debian.  I would estimate that the conversation focused on 16-20
> year-olds, as it started after someone pointed to the graph of
> developers' claimed ages at
> http://people.debian.org/~spaillard/developers-age-histogramm/devs-age-histo.2013-01-01.png

I know that this is somehow unrelated, but this graph is obviously
wrong. No debian developer is less than 10, some ldap records must be
wrong. I guess that some people should have noted the date where they
entered debian in the birthday field instead of the day they were born.

As for the rest of your email, I'm working in an french high school
that forms IT engineers. I'll see if I can bootstrap something there
in that direction.

Bye, Mt.

Your contribution is so trivial that somebody must have published this
somewhere already. -- Bastard Reviewer From Hell

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