• @Echedenyan@lemmy.ml
    22 years ago

    What are you talking about?

    Please, investigate a bit about the government distros in Spain used in schools like mEDUxa in the Canary Islands which is just a rebranded Ubuntu and with support from the educational team and some company hired by the local government for such purpose.

    • @arbocenc@lemmy.cat
      12 years ago

      In Catalonia, Europe, with a population of 7,5 millions, most secondary public schools use Linkat, a Linux distro based on Debian/Ubuntu:


      That means there are thousands of children using Linux ;-)

      And there are some other countries in Spain with their own scholar Linux distro.

    • @dragnucs@lemmy.ml
      02 years ago

      Well Spain is not in the majority. There are other mouvemebts like French gendarmerie, German state, etc. But what about Egypt, Morocco, USA, Mexico, Indonesia, New Zealand, Botswana, or South Africa?

      When you see a movie, excluding tech niche movies, what OS do you see? os x, windows or KDE? It would be a mac most of the time because they have the bigger game on marketing and salesmen. Linux has nearly zero so we only see it in geek movies where the author made research and wanted an authentic feel to his show.

      • @Echedenyan@lemmy.ml
        2 years ago

        Spain is not the majority

        You lost the point here

        Mexico, Indonesia

        I would tell you to get informed. The first has that and the second has RPI projects.

        Windows or KDE

        KDE an OS wtf. The worse is even that is multiplatform being even in BSD-derivatives.

        salesmen, his show


        Idk what kind of shows do you check but not including phones (there are several) I mostly see neutral custom graphical shells and you can guess that tries to imitate one or other but it is a fact.