[TriLUG] shout-out to Doug at Monument Charter School
lopaki at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 12:01:34 EDT 2011
Excellent. I will check out the site.
I'm curious about the "of course" in this phrase, though:
"and while we of course don't tackle Linux in our curriculum"
On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 10:40 AM, Alan Porter <porter at trilug.org> wrote:
> This message was sent to the steering committee... Doug is a student
> at Monument Charter School. He is learning Linux, primarily on his
> own, with some guidance from his teachers. In the spirit of open
> source and giving back, Doug would like to share a link that he has
> found helpful.
> Thanks for sharing, Doug. And good luck with your exploration of
> open source software.
> Alan Porter
> Wednesday, April 6, 2011, 10:10 am [EST]
> My name is Carley and I've been using your links page...
> http://www.trilug.org/resources. I teach AP Computer Science at my
> school, and while we of course don't tackle Linux in our curriculum, we
> do also have an after school Comp Sci group. One of my students, Doug,
> has taken an interest in Linux and I'm doing my best to help him even
> though I don't know Linux well. Thanks a lot for putting your page
> together, I appreciate the help.
> Here is another page that Doug found:
> http://www.broadbandexpert.com/guides/ultimate-linux-guide/. It has a
> ton of Linux tools, drivers and resources and I thought others who find
> your page would appreciate seeing it. Let me know if you post it. If so,
> I'd like to reward Doug in class for taking this extra initiative.
> Carley Cohen
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