Hello everybody! It’s been a while since I wrote my last post with edu news. So, I am planning to post news more regularly again. I start trying on a monthly basis. Here’s what I collected in January:
Community Michael Shiloh from Arduino asks teachers on a mailinglist why they want to use Arduino in [...]
After last year’s edu-team report, here is a brief summary of what the Edu-Team did in 2012. I’ve tried to keep it as short as possible at the risk that some things might not be clear. Please point me to these cases that I can explain them sufficiently.
Talks and similar activities
The edu-team members [...]
Next-to-last day of the qualification in our EURO 2012 in Free Software and open standards. There is only one match today:
Liechtenstein vs. Scotland 0:0
There can’t be any other result, because there is nothing in the Fellowship wiki about these countries. I personally know of a at least a [...]
Time for edu news again. The draft of the mission statement for the edu team kept me busy the last two months and will continue to do so for a little while. If you have a few minutes at hand, please read it and send us any feed back you might have!
Before we come [...]
Here’s a little summary again of what I found noteworthy in the field of Free Software in education in the last few months of this year in no particular order:
After Sam Tuke informed the edu-eu mailinglist about (k)mando recently, it was quickly put into a debian paket by Georges Khaznadar from OFSET. I’m still [...]
In two weeks, there will be a Jabber meeting about the activities of FSFE’s Edu-Team. We will ask for opinions on Free Software and education and the future of the edu team. Got any ideas?
Well, I thought it might help if I post some of my thoughts beforehand to discuss, even if you don’t [...]