SEUL.org: Linux in education report #27 for August 28
Aug 28, 2000, 18:36 (0 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
[ Thanks to Doug Loss
for this link. ]
"L. Prevett has put the current Table of Contents and the
Preliminaries section of the Math Teachers Guide on line. He
Most of our discussion has focused on Linux as an
inexpensive and viable alternative to existing solutions to math ed
software. In addition to covering all that, I decided to 'up the
ante' and push Linux as an operating system that is also capable of
'state of the art' applications. I was surprised to find out how
many schools are already doing this. I think this is really one of
the strong points for using Linux."
"David Moore reports that AUC version 0.7.0 is finished.
There are a lot of new features in this release."
"We had a lively discussion on cafeteria management software
where Ryan Booz laid out the requirements for his school. In
The cafeteria would like to have a screen
(individual buttons I'm thinking) that allows them to select what
the student bought (lunch, candy bar, milk, etc.). At the end of
the day, the will need to print out how many lunches sold (regular,
reduced, free) and the other stuff. Of course this would keep a
balance in each student account then."