Digital Solidarity in Italy

Johnny Jazeix jazeix at
Wed Mar 11 06:53:15 GMT 2020

Hi Veggero,

this is a great initiative. Of course it would be nice to put all the
KDE Edu applications in here. I don't speak Italian (even if I could
understand a good part of the questions) so it would be nice if an
Italian speaker would fill the form. If anyone is interested, please
tell and if you need help regarding some questions, feel free to ask.

Thank you for sharing this information,


Le mar. 10 mars 2020 à 22:30, Aleix Pol <aleixpol at> a écrit :
> On Tue, Mar 10, 2020 at 12:14 PM Veggero Nylo
> <niccolo.venerandi at> wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> > The Italian government has recently started a program called "Digital Solidarity" where organizations and companies can offer free products to people in quarantined areas (currently, the whole Italian population) regarding Connectivity and Services, ELearning, Information and Entertainment and Smart Working. There is a easy form on the same page asking for information regarding what is offered and Codice Fiscale / Partita Iva (which translates to VAT code, I think). You can find more about it here. I think this could be an opportunity to advertise our Education suite, especially GCompris which also works on Windows, plus the GCompris website is translated to Italian. The Italian version of the kde edu page is also nice. I think it can be worth a shot.
> > Niccolò Venerandi
> Hi Niccolò,
> Sounds interesting, maybe you would be interested in facilitating this contact?
> If there's some other KDE Edu application or otherwise that you also
> think should be on Windows or Android, it's something we can also look
> into. KDE Edu should be fairly easy to package for other platforms.
> Aleix

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