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Re: Linux Classes
I could use all the help I can get on the beginner side of things (as long
as it's FREE)
(Sorry to have to sound like a mooch, but I am semi-unemployed and living
off my credit cards.
Not exactly what I would call fun.
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From: "L. V. Lammert" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Sent: Monday, February 06, 2006 9:39 AM
Subject: Linux Classes
> Had a great week teaching Novell's Advanced SuSE, . . we're also going get
> more Novell courses into the schedule since Novell is starting to
> actively push SuSE (NLD10 looks pretty neat - MUCH more 'user friendly').
> Questions for all - what sort of courses might be of interest to the
> community? Seems like three 'levels' might be workable:
> 1) Commercial classes for businesses (a la Novell, intro, intermediate,
> 2) Focused classes for advanced users; small fee involved;
> 3) Free intro classes for the public (install fests? OpenOffice?).
> Any suggestions for content and/or marketing? The facilities are pretty
> convenient, just South of Forest Park on the Hill. We had six in class
> last week, that room would be good for 10-12; larger rooms are also
> available (with or w/o h/w, any config).
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