Tectonic: New Tuxlab Looks to Community for Sustainability
May 16, 2006, 19:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A new model for sustainably implementing computer laboratories
in underprivileged schools is being piloted by Tuxlabs, a division
of the Shuttleworth Foundation. Tuxlabs has partnered with a
Sowetan entrepreneur, who will sell services in a school's open
source laboratory to the community once the school day ends.
"St Martin's High School in Orlando West, Soweto, is expected to
get its 30-PC lab next Tuesday 23 May. Running Edubuntu--an
education-specific port of Ubuntu--the lab sports brand new
equipment from Acer..."