[ubuntu-np] [nixdharan] Responsible People even don't value our works...........

prahmod prahmod at gmail.com
Sat Jan 9 02:54:35 GMT 2010

thanks for your mail and writing.it was really good to hear. u are so  
positive about that. anyways we will be on our way to opensource and  
creating awareness....thank you for cheering up...
On Sat, 09 Jan 2010 01:28:47 +0545, Ishwor Gurung  
<ishwor.gurung at gmail.com> wrote:

> Prahmod,
> 2010/1/8 prahmod <prahmod at gmail.com>:
>> For venue of our next program(=Networking training) we planned to visit
>> some of the institutions which have been well equipped with the  
>> computer,
>> during the course we visited Delhi Public School and Adarsha Higher
>> Secondary School. Delhi Public School showed very positive results but  
>> the
>> damm principle of Adarsha Higher Secondary school refused telling faltu  
>> kaam
>> ma hami computer didainau ra!!!!!!!!!
> First of great work there you guys are doing! It's the first step that
> matters and you guys are already showing progress. :)
> Let that not frustrate your goal. Things like that I imagine is all
> over Nepal and not specifically your case so there's hardly any
> surprise there for any Nepali.
>>        this school also runs +2 in computer as major subject and even  
>> has
>> been running ctevt program regarding computer. we were thinking of may  
>> be
>> the personnel would understand our work and cheer up but the whole  
>> thing got
>> reverse.
>>                kaha ko computer ko kehi najanne lai technical college ko
>> principle banayera huncha. he can't even value other work how will he
>> principle other. ra bolna pani audaina raicha tyo principle lai
>> ta.....aahile po samjhi da haas uthcha. heard that person got elected
>> through political power,tyesaile po furti lagako raicha.
> Let that not hamper your progress. Talk to other people in the
> business, private sector, govt and other places.
> Perhaps the principal doesn't understand opensource and what it means.
> If you look at it from the principle's perspective, maybe he was just
> doing his job, or maybe not. It's hard to tell.
> It's important to have strategy, documentation and preparedness when
> dealing. Also, try to get a meeting beforehand either through phone or
> email and leave ample time in between (which leaves them time to
> decide and most importantly void you of expending your time and energy
> to travel there).
>>       we are not disappointed about his behaviour or rather againt his
>> decision of not providing the lab but instead we are feeling bad about  
>> the
>> thing that we are working to develop the sector where the people like  
>> those
>> don't want to understand and won't help. Ra arko kura behind his  
>> decision to
>> reject can also be that we should understand that irregular and unwanted
>> people are on the post in short not the right person who are well  
>> educated
>> or got the right background........
> Look at it this way. You are a principal of a school and you have
> million of other things to attend to. If a guy rocks up suddenly one
> fine morning and says he wants the school lab for a noble cause and
> does not provide any sort of information or documentation, it is hard
> to tell what the use of the session will be. Hence, you'd be inclined
> to say 'no' because that's your job; You're the principal of the
> school after all and suppose to be in the frontline saying 'yes' or
> 'no' to matters at hand.
>>   khai kasari yo desh ko bikas hune ho!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> One most important single thing. Don't give up.
>>        but we won't leave our way and get back still we will cross those
>> barriers. And about the training we are arranging for labs and in  
>> around 2
>> days we will come with some positive outcome. Kathmandu team we will  
>> need ur
>> help..............
> That's good to hear Prahmod. Keep rocking!

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