General Announcement, TODO, etc.
ryanakca at kubuntu.org
Wed Dec 5 21:47:54 GMT 2007
I finally got around to checking my mail in Kontact (I usually check it in
GMail's web interface, save for the Ubuntu MLs, which get downloaded into
KMail), and I've found that a bunch of people have subscribed to the list.
So, we might as well start off with a short TODO / poll.
1. From the last classroom setup with the NUN (to which I am eternally
grateful), there are Ubuntu Classroom Guidelines, which basically state
what should happen before, during and after a class, and are directed towards
teachers. Is there anything you guys recommend changing? Something to add,
remove, etc? A couple of points that we might consider adding/removing:
1.1 Use #ubuntu-classroom-chat for questions instead of /msg <op> <question>
1.2 Drop the requirement to have an instructor for at least two visual
interfaces? (KDE and/or GNOME and/or XFCE and/or CLI and/or etc)
1.3 Whatever else?
2. Class ideas! What do you guys feel like teaching? Did you want to go from
beginner to advanced, kind of like a semester, with each course building on
the bases of the previous? Or would you rather alternate between beginner &
advanced so that the more advanced people don't have to wait for their
Ryan Kavanagh (ryanakca)
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