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Public schools making MS Office mandatory

There was an extensive debate on the German discussion list which addressed a lot of aspects that may be relevant to other European countries. I wanted to provide a summary to encourage exchange of information and experiences across borders.

The trigger was a letter that a school kid brought home, informing the parents that [...]

Bericht vom FSFE Treffen in Frankfurt – 7. Oktober 2015

Am 7. Oktober trafen wir uns wieder im Café Albatros in Frankfurt zu unserem monatlichen FSFE-Treffen. Wir waren diesmal nur zu sechst. Nach der Vorstellungsrunde unterhielten wir uns über folgende Themen:

30 Jahre GNU

Das GNU-Projekt wurde 30! Das wurde weltweit groß gefeiert. Dazu gab es ein recht gelungenes Interview im Tagesanzeiger: Matthias Kirschner, der [...]

Free Software in Education NEWS – November

Here’s what I collected in November. If you come across anything that might be worth mentioning in this series, please drop me a note or, even better: drop it on the edu-eu mailinglist!

Edu-Team:

We, and most of all Kevein, are still working behind the scenes on the NLedu campaign.

The German Open Source Business [...]

Free Software in education news – October

Here’s what I collected in October. If you come accross anything that might be worth mentioning in this series, please drop me a note or, even better: drop it on the edu-eu mailinglist!

Edu-Team Peter blogged about FS edu again Elias blogged about why using US clould services in school is against the law (finnish). [...]

EURO2012 in Free Software qualification – Latvia catching up

Baltic Sea waterfront / Ventspils, Latvia (cc-by-sa by anjči)

After the EURO2012 in Free Software continued yesterday, we have twelve other matches to look at today. Israel vs. Latvia was especially interesting because Latvia caught up just recently and was able to beat the best country in this group so far. Thus, chances are [...]