School talk - Very OT
jrnorris at gmail.com
Tue Nov 3 09:03:16 UTC 2015
On 3 November 2015 at 11:05, arelem3 <arelem3 at bigpond.com> wrote:
> With recent changes to the Australian education curriculum in which IT is
> a main focus (finally) I would like to ask if there are any Ubuntu people
> in Melbourne and suburbs who have some experience in corporations or large
> businesses, who would be willing to give a talk to secondary school
> students at a rural school about data, data storage, data transfer and the
> My daughter teaches the classes and has written the school's curriculum
> and feels that a talk fro professional people would encourage students.
> Apologies for OT but I hope someone is available and interested to help.
> Thanks in advance
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Good evening Roger,
As you've mentioned you've already acknowledged that this post is off topic
for this list. Instead I would like to point you to some local resources
that would be much better suited to such a request.
Firstly, there is the Australian Loco team  which has a mailing list 
that might be a good place to start. Being a local myself (g'day) I also
know there is a very active Linux User group in Victoria  that might
another place to look.
I'm happy to discuss it further off list if you're interested but please
keep all posts to the list on topic
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