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Trisquel on Sugar | Trisquel GNU/Linux - Run free!

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Trisquel on Sugar SugarWe have a new project, a live -and installable- CD/USB image running the latest Sugar learning platform: "The award-winning Sugar Learning Platform promotes collaborative learning through Sugar Activities that encourage critical thinking, the heart of a quality education. Designed from the ground up especially for children, Sugar offers an alternative to traditional “office-desktop” software." This new project will improve the Trisquel Edu system, providing a nice educational environment for first grade students. We hope this will also be the start of a productive relationship with the SugarLabs folks, who helped us a lot to achieve this release. Many thanks to Aleksey Lim and to everyone at the Sugar project for giving us this wonderful software! The project was presented during the Software Freedom Day 09 event organized by the Free Software Foundation. Briefly introduced by Walter Bender, founder of SugarLabs, our Sugar+Trisquel solution provides a way to run this excelent educational software in a fully free system. Trisquel 3.0 was also featured in the FSF event, running on the computers available for the public on site. Highligts Built using the latest Sugar and Trisquel versions available. Installable live CD, with MD5 self-checking utility. Persistent user data in live-usb sessions, graphical usb-creator included. Boot menu with 30 selectable languages. LTSP thin client support using a Trisquel Edu server. Sugar style artwork. Testing You can help us and the Sugar project by testing the release candidate iso image: http://devel.trisquel.info/sugar/trisquel-sugar_3.0-LATEST_i686.iso. Send any bugs you find to our bug tracker. We will also report them upstream in case they are not caused by the Trisquel base system.

2008

Little Wizard - download

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OFSET

Because the liberty and the equality of access to the IT are important in our society, OFSET is actively promoting and developing free software for schools. To understand how and under what conditions OFSET is working to reach this objective, we invite you to read carefully the OFSET Manifesto and Charter. To consult the projects we are working on, you can take a look at our Project pages. In case you are interested becoming an OFSET active member, our Members pages are dedicated to that topic. To chat about these subjects in real time, you can join us in our mailing list or in our IRC channel #ofset at irc.freenode.net (connect to #ofset).

How to get Freeduc-cd?

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You have two options to get the Freeduc-cd. You can download it or you can get it in the form of a cute packaging with written instructions (only French for now but the CD is international) by becoming an OFSET member. Download We provide on the net the ISO images of the auto executable and source CD-ROM. The auto executable CD-ROM is hosted at Source Forge, the source CD-ROM are hosted by ourselves. * The Freeduc-cd: download here; * The sources of Freeduc-cd ftp://linux5.cc.ntu.edu.tw/pub/freeduc/iso/; * Documentation in development at http://gna.org/projects/freeduc-doc. Packaged freeduc-cd We want to encourage people to join the OFSET to support the development of free software in education. Therefore we annually offer a packaged version of the freeduc-cd to the OFSET members. To know how to become an OFSET member look at our members page. Additionally, the CD-ROM of the source codes can be provided in exchange of a fee covering the charge. We keep copy of those CD and we are be able to provide them as long as it is necessary. If you distribute the Freeduc executable CD, you must also distribute the Freeduc source CD or you must make an offer to get the physical CD, in order to comply with section 3 of the GNU GPL .