[Klug-general] Faversham LUG anyone?
subs at growdigital.net
Wed Feb 3 15:29:09 UTC 2010
On Tue, 2010-02-02 at 12:14 +0000, james morris wrote:
> I spend half my time programming, and the other half, producing
> audio/electronic music/digital art (as opposed to design), and tend to
> not use things like Gnome/KDE which are generally what the newcomer is
> likely to be using.
I think you're right, the newcomer will want to do the not-so-exciting
file management, web browsing, email, writing letters etc. first of all.
I was thinking about borrowing/creating some sort of certificate for "I
can use Linux for day to day tasks". I'm sure there must be some OCN
certificate out there?
But then, music/audio/art stuff is the Whizzy Glam Biz that brings 'em
in, so there must be some call for that in Canterbury?
[~] Jake Rayson
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[~] Teaching the web with Free Software
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