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Re: [Masterlibre-list] New core module: tecnical intro?

From: Joaquin Seoane
Subject: Re: [Masterlibre-list] New core module: tecnical intro?
Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2004 10:14:12 +0100
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I have stressed that point in one of our meetings. and I guess it was
somehow accepted. Perhaps the orientation of the UOC approach is too heavy and
can be splitted down in one course te get beginners work with a workable
free software workstation, and one or two administration courses.
Probably a metadistro like knoppix or gnome2-live can be a good
startpoint, specially if it is installable. Starting with a pure Debian
could be amazing for many.

El domingo 11 de enero de 2004 a las 18:45:44 (+0100), Gregorio Robles escribió:

>   while working on specifying the modules of the core part for the
> master, I've seen that we've got mainly not-so-technical issues in the
> core part (the first six months) and more technical stuff in the
> specialization modules.
>   I think it would be pretty interesting to add a technical introductory
> part to GNU/Linux in the core part in order to let the students get used
> and start playing with the system (something that is maybe not required
> in future, but who knows).
>   The UOC master has such a module, so you can get an idea of what i
> mean by looking at its documentation (sorry, only in Spanish, but I
> think the index is very easy to understand):
>       (3 megabytes!)
>   This module could have 4 ETCS so I'm wondering, if you agree with me
> that something of the sort is needed, what we could do to make it fit
> into the 30 introdctory ones!
>   best, Gregorio
> -- 
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