[sf-lug] computer work at a public school this Saturday
jackofnotrades at gmail.com
Fri Jul 27 12:36:57 PDT 2012
I believe you are missing Rick's point, which is not about whether or not
public or private schools are a good thing, but rather about whether or not
the school Christian refers to is in fact a public school. Rick's point,
if I understand correctly, is that the school in question is not actually a
On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 11:35 AM, Andrew Udvare <audvare at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think not. I think public schools are a terrible disease on society
> today in general and the reason why proprietary software continues to get
> used (the typical 'Computing' class has lessons in using Microsoft Word and
> Excel, not free software). If I had the option, I would never pay taxes
> that went to what ought to be called day-care, not school.
> Although I disagree with using Ubuntu for my own reasons (it's become less
> Linux-like everyday in comparison to Gentoo, Fedora, etc), at least it's a
> start. Private schools are obviously making better choices all around.
> Everyone knows those who go to private schools generally have better
> opportunities later in life. That's why they are fought over (regarding
> financial aid) by the less fortunate trying to educate their children.
> On Friday, 27 July 2012, Rick Moen wrote:
>> Quoting Christian Einfeldt (einfeldt at gmail.com):
>> > computer work at a public school this Saturday
> This might be a slip up. I certainly hope it is.
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