Friday, January 21, 2005

Join The Open Source BlogRing

Just launched this afternoon, the new Open Source BlogRing is looking for members. If your blog is related to Free (Libre) and Open Source Software in any way, won't you consider joining this webring? Link to join is on the right. Some familiar applications are Open Office, GIMP, Linux, Firefox, etc. Open Source educational resources are increasing daily. Open Source is exciting. Consider starting your own Open Source blog!


At 7:12 PM, Blogger Mr. Unangst said...

Glad to see that you've interested in blogging about the use of open source in education. What age level is your main interest?

I've been using open source with my students since Star Office came out several years ago and couldn't afford to pay for Micr$oft Office. My students use a wide variety of open source and free resources that I've posted on my website at I even presented at last year's Ohio School Net Technology Conference on the use of Open Source Software in the Elementary School.

I've created the Open Ideas blog at to highlight Open Source Ideas for K-12 Education. I've even created a FREE CD of the best open source software available. There's a link on my site to download it.

I'll see if I can edit my template and place a link to your site. Good to hear from you.

Eric Unangst
Technology Coordinator
Berkshire Schools

At 11:28 PM, Blogger kilo said...

Very Cool!!!
My lady is a officer in a local college computer club. I am a big fan of open source, as is she. If you have time drop me a email with you site address and I will have her present this resource to the club.

At 3:47 PM, Blogger DavRaptor said...

I am also a blog clicker...the problem is e1 visits and no one clicks...join me in clicking on at least 1 add when visiting assigned sites and I promise to click on yours when I pass though, as i have already done several times...thanks.

Dave's Movie News

At 2:35 PM, Blogger mw said...

My blog has nothing to do with opensource, but I personally have used only opensource at home and professionally for at least five years now.

You can't beat it, and it just keeps getting better (daily - I do a 'yum upgrade' every morning and there is always something new!)

Good luck on the BlogRing,


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