[sf-lug] Another school project possible

jim jim at well.com
Thu Jan 8 12:19:28 PST 2009

can you describe or point us to more specifics: 
* what tasks need to be done? 
* what goals are there? 
* how many persons are needed? 
* is there pay? 
* what about hours: flexible or required times? 
* are there volunteer possibilities? 
* is there a knowledgeable mentor or supervisor 
already in place? 
* replicating ACCRC without james burgett seems 
a tall order, what about working with ACCRC? 
* where is/are the location(s)? 

On Wed, 2009-01-07 at 13:43 -0800, Christian Einfeldt wrote:
> hi, 
> On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 8:34 PM, Christian Einfeldt
> <einfeldt at gmail.com> wrote:
>         hi,
>         I wanted to let this list know that I have contacted someone
>         inside the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) about
>         bringing GNU-Linux to another test classroom project.  
> I am at the school now.  My contact here speaks English as a second
> language, and my Spanish is limited, so there was a mix-up.  This is
> not San Francisco Unified School District, but rather, a 501c(3) that
> has been around since the 1970s or so to teach English and job skills
> to new immigrants.
> So although it might not be as great as a SFUSD contact, it is still
> really good.  We need more racial diversity in our LUGs, and so this
> contact might be a great way to bring in both language and racial
> diversity.  The Latino population in SF is horribly underserved for
> computer technology, and this school has great links to that
> community.  
> They have also said that they might well have space for storing
> computers and refurbishing Linux computers and would like to be able
> to replicate on a smaller scale what ACCRC.org does on a larger scale
> in the East Bay.
> So I am guardedly optimistic at this point.
> -- 
> Christian Einfeldt,
> Producer, The Digital Tipping Point
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