Another month past since the last edu news entry. Here’s what I found in March:
E-learning tools gradually make their way into Francophone Belgium schools
There was a webinar about the “Open Library 2013 project” as Elias writes in his blog.
The paedML (sample solution) in Baden-Württemberg is migrationg to UCSSchool by [...]
Last FrOSCon, Kurt Gramlich, leader of the German part of the Skolelinux project, gave a brief overview on the Skolelinux pilot in Rhineland Palatinate. What happened after the first euphoria and listed reasons why the pilot may be considered a failure.
It was a very entertaining and informative talk. I learned quite a bit and [...]
As I wrote in the last posting, the coming matches are indeed tough. When I wrote that, I thought that at least this particular match is one of the easier ones to decide on. I was wrong. I was almost certain that Germany has no chance against France, but at least to me,the data in [...]
Welcome again to another day of the EURO2012 for Free Software! Here are the results of Group C in the final round:
Poland Germany 2 3 Poland Switzerland 3 3 Poland Iceland 1 3 Germany Switzerland 3 2 Germany Iceland 3 3 Switzerland Iceland 2 3
The table looks like this:
Team Pld W D [...]
This post was meant to be published in November, but somehow it didn’t. Anyway, here are the results of the playoffs in our Euro2012 in Free Software.
In the last Euro2012 posting, I was thinking about drawing lots for the play-offs like in the UEFA tournament, but decided to ensure that only the best teams [...]
Here are todays results of our EURO 2012 in Free Software and open standards.
Turkey vs. Belgium was difficult. I don’t know what happend in the meantime, but I feel that having developed an own distribution and have it installed on every school computer plus making Free Software part of the official curriculum should have [...]
Here is again a list of things I came across over the last two months:
There is an article on techlearning.com (warning: terrible commercial blocker!) which answers 8 claims that are often brought agains Free Software solutions in education:
Open source is way too expensive. We can’t afford to change everything! Our teachers won’t use [...]
After a few months pause, the qualification for our EURO 2012 in Free Software will keep me busy for the next few days. The results of today’s matches can be found in this posting. Any comment is welcome.
"German Michel" missing a revelution in 1848
Austria vs. Belgium again: no changes here. The funny [...]
Fans (cc-by 2.0 click for source)
Today, the second day of the qualification of the UEFA EURO 2012 in regards to Free Software usage and Open Standards took place. Here are the preliminary results. They stay preliminary until September 7th.
I found these matches particulary intersting:
Belgium vs. Germany
I think, both are strong [...]
I just read an article (German) which states that the migration process in German federal administration is making progress. They also launced a competence center for “open source”. Very interesting.
Is anybody aware of similar projects/bureaus that assist government agencies with their migration process in other European countries? I would think, the obstacles they [...]