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Sep 25, 2002, 05:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Doug Loss)

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"On September 8 Raphaël Hertzog announced the birth of the DebianEdu subproject. He tells us:

"This subproject aims to make Debian the best distribution available for educational use. I hope that being an official Debian subproject will let us federate many initiatives around education like the french Debian Education distribution (in which I was involved). I know at least of SkoleLinux in Norway. But I'm sure there are other less known efforts underway, I invite them to join.

"Technical Horizons in Education published an article on Open Source Software in the August issue of their T.H.E. Journal. It seems to be an introduction to Open Source/Free software for the educational community. As such, it doesn't break any new ground for us, but it's nice to see that the wider world is realizing some of the things we've been saying for some time..."

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