Re: [off-topic] (was: PLUG-Misc?) how's availability & skills of Linux users in schools?
Drexx Laggui [personal] <drexxl@...
2014-04-05 03:05:08 GMT
05Apr2014 (UTC+ 8)
On Sat, Apr 5, 2014 at 9:44 AM, Anuerin Diaz <ramfree17@...> wrote:
> Alive is subjective, but being a venue for miscellaneous, non-linux stuff
> would always make it relevant.
> Both lists suffered from three things: most of the original posters had a
> shift in real world priorities, upsurge in internet adoption leading to
> alternate medium of communication, and improvement in Linux/Foss
> adoption/ease of use that majority of the problems encountered are one
> internet search away (talk about a variation of RTFM being successful).
Thanks for the feedback! Actually, I was hoping it to be more relevant
as a community :) For example, I have a manpower-related question that
I posted there, because it's still Linux-relevant and it can't be
answered so easily by Google || Bing || Yahoo ;)
My buddies and I are looking for summer interns to process lots of
text files. I just realized that school schedules are done already, so
I maybe too late :(
What do you think is the availability & depth of skills in schools now?
Any recommendations for me to go to?
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