Request for help in Somerville
lifetyme at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 6 14:03:03 BST 2008
Good morning Jerry,
I just thought I'd send a quick note saying a HUGE THANK YOU for the great job you did last night. The students loved it, all the feedback was very positive, the administration was extremely pleased and I learned a lot about how far Linux has come in the last 5-10 years.
I know a Polo shirt and a Big Mac (even super-sized) dont nearly come close to expressing our appreciation, but I will be singing praises and blessings to generations of your unborn offspring! :)
Thank you again
> On Tue, 29 Jul 2008 12:00:12 -0700 (PDT)
> Rick Bailly <lifetyme at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Good afternoon,
> > I have an unusual request that I was wondering if anyone on this list
> could assist with. Many years ago I was more into Linux than I am now,
> worked the last 12 years for a MS shop. I currently am teaching a nite
> Lincoln Tech on A+ OS. The last few classes deal with MACS and Linux.
> > I thought that instead of me just showing a simple Linux install, it
> benefit the students more if someone could volunteer as a Linux Advocate
> demonstrate all the advantages of a Linux Box, demonstrate an
> etc. I have not used it enough recently to feel comfortable giving it the
> attention it deserves. I can have a projector and machine available, there
> 6 students in the class, which runs 6PM - 9:30ish M-Th. They graduate on
> so it would need to be before then, and again you could have 1-2 nights.
> > Please advise if you would be willing to help, and thank you in
> > Rick
> I'm really tied up right now, but please let me know if you don't
> candidate. Linux installs are pretty easy these days. We could do an
> Ubuntu install in under 1 hour. I used to teach Linux at Northeastern,
> and we installed Linux i the second class. Currently I am involved in
> planning the Boston User Groups Virtualization Event on August 15th, so
> please let me know if you can't get someone else.
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