[kde-edu]: regarding STEP for education

Vladimir Kuznetsov ks.vladimir at gmail.com
Mon Nov 23 15:17:43 CET 2009


Sorry for delayed reply. As it was already said, I am very busy right
now with moving from one country to another, starting another job and
preparing for a Ph.D. I hope to find more time for Step in Summer, but
can not promise anything.

However, if some one steps in and would help with Step development, I
am going to provide him or her with any help required.

As for Step users, yes, I've heard about Step being used at some
school a lot of times. However I do not currently have any contacts.
Having some means for users to find each other and collaborate is a
very good idea !

With the best regards,
Vladimir Kuznetsov

On Sun, Nov 22, 2009 at 3:37 PM, Aleix Pol <aleixpol at kde.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 6:53 AM, Nagarjun G. <nagarjun at gnowledge.org> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Greetings from India!  First of all congratulations for making Step.
>> We at gnowledge.org lab in India promote the use of free software for
>> science and mathematics education.  Step came to my attention recently
>> and we started exploring its potential for using it in Indian schools
>> and colleges.
>> I would like to know if any schools or colleges already using, or if any
>> tutorials already available for this nice application.
>> Do you have a separate mailing list where Step related issues are
>> discussed?
>> We can contribute to creating documentation and creating lesson plans,
>> video tutorials etc using step.
>> Let me know if any others are working on this.
>> Nagarjuna
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> Anyway, even if there's some step developers needed, that doesn't mean you
> cannot share your work on step.
> Vladimir would be better at knowing if there's anybody else using step, at
> least than me, but maybe this would be a good idea to create some kind of
> infrastructure to connect users and developers and between users themselves,
> mainly in the sense that you say you (at gnowledge.org) care about free
> software in education.
> That could be extended to other applications as well, of course if you're
> interested.
> Other than that, maybe blogging about step maybe would help you finding step
> users more than here.
> Cheers!
> Aleix
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