[kde-edu]: iTALC and KDEEDU
annemarie.mahfouf at free.fr
Tue May 2 17:12:11 CEST 2006
On Tue May 2 2006 09:47, Carsten Niehaus wrote:
> Do you know iTALC? No? You should
> What is iTALC?
> iTALC - Intelligent Teaching And Learning with Computers - is a powerful
> free software for (currently only Linux-)networks, which was especially
> developed for working with computers in school. But it can be also used in
> other learning-environments. iTALC intends to support teachers, who are
> using the computer as didactical tool in their lessons and aims to be a
> complete replacement for expensive commercial software.
> I have no idea why I didn't know iTALC before I talked with Torsten about
> it. A really really cool app. I talked with the author about inclusin in
> KDE or whatever, he told me he is currently porting to pure Qt4 (is even
> payed for it by a german city) and is also doing it for windows.
> When that port is done we should have another look.
It seems an interesting project, yes. Too bad the webpages content is not very
informative. And also the prog is all i18n only in german.
When a port to qt4 is done, it would be a must-have, especially if they work
with schools already and have feedback from real-life users.
Carsten, can you keep an eye on it?
Shouldn't we open a new webpage in edu.kde.org to list such projects?
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