christodoulos wrote:I'm teaching some students MS Word and I was trying to find a way to jump to OpenOffice.
I thought that ECDL was concentrating on MS only.
I like this idea and I want to get some more info on this is someone can help me.
medigeek wrote:Great idea, but I hardly think a poll without names will make a difference, you need a petition signed with names:
Then with enough signatures, you can forward it to the appropriate council or its members.
Here's an example petition made for requesting 64-bit adobe/macromedia flash and shockwave versions:
medigeek wrote:woops, misread
Personally, I wouldn't prepare something for the government, unless they show some more interest. Enlightening and making presentations is one thing, doing hard work that's not going to be implemented is another thing, and (dare I say?) a really frustrating fact.
theo wrote:3) Panikos Masouras has asked The Foundation for Promoting Research to Fund an ECDL program based on OpenOffice but he was turned down even though the proposal scored high. (Insert favorite curse here).
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