[ubuntu-marketing] online ubuntu install trainer
Two Steps Back
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Sun Nov 11 19:51:02 GMT 2007
On Sunday 11 November 2007 11:56:16 pm alan c wrote:
> Two Steps Back wrote:
> > We need a complete *fake* web2.0-based installation *trainer* for ubuntu
> This is a very good idea if it can be got together.
> There are a number of variations - from single HD with XP (guided
> resize) to two or more hard drives with xp on the first in a
> partition, and the second HD already partitioned, and now needing to
> be re partitioned, maybe a guided install on the second HD, and maybe
> a trainer for suitable partitioning. - Maybe also a manual install
I doubt the above specs are as difficult as you _probably_ feel ( i hope i am
not reading the opposite of what you intend to say.... :) )
When spreadsheets can be ported online and when there are so many web2.0
toolkits reaching "decenly documented" status, there is really a good chance
that this will even be *easy*.
Just two or three possessed web2.0 coders can get it running upto v0.8 to
v1.0_rc1 in one month's time. Actually lesser. After all, it's a *fake* ;-)
The thing gnu/linux hackers have probably not seen is the sheer inertia of
desktop-only users. Only if you spoon-feed them will they think of *their*
own good. You have to cajole them into helping *themselves*.
My endless frustrations at explaining linux and free software to interested
but lazy people make me suggest this.
** I should be just a url away. **
And they should be "advised to bookmark it" as well.
Just my thoughts based on my experiences.
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