perhaps ... but ... why don't we have our own #fedoraedu ... marking our
own stamp on the new age educational #foss ... :)
On 28 March 2018 at 09:04, Link Dupont <link(a)sub-pop.net> wrote:
I don't think the Fedora Project is interested in "competing" with
other Linux distributions. Endless OS has benefits and drawbacks as a
distribution, as does Fedora and every other distribution out there.
That being said, an article for the magazine that highlights some of
the educational aspects of Fedora is a great idea.
Off the top of my head, a couple angles this article could approach:
* Educational software available in the repos
* Deploying Fedora in classrooms or computer labs
On Tue, 2018-03-27 at 17:22 -0400, Markus McLaughlin wrote:
> I want to make a CASE/Proposal for the #FedoraEDU Project!
> I think Fedora catered to poor schools, would be so amazing!
> It could compete against Endless OS, requiring little to no
> Internet access.
> If I can make a case, how can I go about doing so?
> Markus McLaughlin
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