As I already wrote in the edu-team summary for 2012, I will be going to FOSDEM. It seems that the program is not entirely ready yet, but there are not enough education related talks for my taste. Well, on the other hand, the whole event is about educating hackers, right?
The only plain edu [...]
When I first heard about FSCONS, I was thrilled by the concept of this event as it seemed to bring Free Software developers and society together. Year after year, people told me how awsome FSCONS was this time, but there was always something else that kept me from going there until 2011. After hearing all [...]
Surveying Prism Reflector (cc-by 2.0)
The OSS Watch Research Technologies Service published their bi-yearly “National Software Survey 2010″.
I haven’t heard about it before and I didn’t even had the chance to read it thoroughly, but it looks as if it contains a lot of useful information. It would be good to have such [...]
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 [...]
Another qualification day for the EURO2012 in Free Software with proposed results.
sick man (cc-by 2.0)
FSFE president Karsten Gerloff recently wrote a blog post about the situation in the UK. He writes “Britain is the sick man of Europe in terms of Free Software adoption.” The results below agree with this. I think [...]
Some 16 months ago, I intended to sum up the news I got aware of in regards to Free Software in Education on a regular basis. I still think that this is a good idea, but I guess I should shorten the time span between the postings. I figured, it’s quite a lot to catch [...]