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hpr0407 :: Mono,Java and FOSS in Education

Mark and Darlene talk about Open Source in education

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Hosted by Mark Clarke on 2009-07-22 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
FOSS, patents, Edubuntu, ITalc, SchoolTool, Moodle, Open Office. (Be the first).
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Duration: 00:46:29


In this episode Mark gives his views on the Mono controversy and why the FOSS/GNU community should embrace Java for Desktop development and to levergae Linux's dominance on the server. Darlene discusses FOSS in education and talks about some of the great FOSS application that are available.


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