That would be a great idea.....
I am creating live cds with packages for education like stellarium, step, geogebra, avogadro, kalzium etc.......for distributing among my science students...
PraveenOn 30-Apr-2014 4:58 AM, "Álvaro Castillo" <email@example.com> wrote:
On Tue, Apr 29, 2014 at 10:53 PM, Marcel Ribeiro Dantas
> There have been some attempts towards this goal in the past, but I'm not
> sure how they are being handled these days. The OS in the OLPC's was a spin
> of Fedora. It's called Sugar On a Stick and you can get more info about it
> at https://spins.fedoraproject.org/soas/
> 2014-04-29 18:12 GMT-03:00 Álvaro Castillo <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Dear Fedora Join mailing list,
>> Would be possible to do a Spin of Fedora focuses into Education? Same
>> to Edubuntu to uses into Classrooms for children, teenagers and more
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> Marcel Ribeiro Dantas,
> Biomedical Engineering Researcher at LAIS
> Laboratory for Technological Innovation in Healthcare (LAIS-HUOL)
> Free Software Advocate - "An idea is only knowledge, when shared."
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> mribeirodantas at lais.huol.ufrn.br
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Yes, I know Sugar. But, It's very helpful get a Linux distro with some
software about Educations. Such as Stellarium, Celestia, LibreOffice
(This is most important Office Suite It's not included on none Spin
(!) and more...
Mandriva made a distro for teachers-students. That's allow create
session to work something together.
http://www.mandriva.com/en/products-services/mclass/ Will be very
interesting to bring Fedora into classrooms to avoid uses Windows as
only choice for everybody. :(
I think, if Fedora brings to Electricians, robots... would be very
good make an Educational spin.
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