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Re: K12Linux Re: Education SIG

Jeff Spaleta wrote:
On Feb 11, 2008 7:40 AM,  <sebastian when com> wrote:

Warren Togami wrote:
So our two editions would be similar to Ubuntu:
K12Linux Desktop - just the educational desktop apps
K12Linux Server  - Desktop, LTSP, Moodle, DansGuardian, Squidguard, etc.
Well, what do you think, how should this go on? I have a finished spin
(at least for f8), which has been submitted to release engineering, here
[1] and also posted several times before - here [2] and here [3]. If you
came up with this somehow earlier, (we could have discussed it and) I
would have saved several days of work. And, by the way, what do you
think of the SIG proposal here [4]? What do you suggest concerning these
educational spins?

There's no reason you can edit the spin's payload for the f9 release
timeframe.  Spin's aren't set in stone.  It's probably best practices
to not change the spin payload significantly during a fedora release
timeframe, so don't bother trying to edit the f8 based spin you
arlready have in process. But if you and warren can come to an
agreement as to modifications, there's no reason a modified payload
can't be produced in time for F9 release.  It's really up to you.


I don't really care what is on the Educational Desktop spin. I also don't care what the spin is called. I however will be naming the server spin including LTSP "K12Linux" or "K12Linux Server" and I will include whatever was chosen for the Education Desktop spin.

If you create a SIG I will join, but I don't know how much time I can spend on your SIG.

Warren Togami
wtogami redhat com

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