With that, I see the possibility of creative programming, and the digital divide can even come down.
Tell it, penguinista!
Phil Carinhas, Michael Collins, James Money, Chuck Zelade, Shannon Eckols, and the LUG's very own GNurse, Tami Friedman, as well as a few other anonymous individuals, all deserve kudos for the job they've done. But if you asked any of them, they would probably tell you they got more out of it than the students.
That's the story about how the Austin LUG got involved in Linux adult education. What about the rest of you Luggites out there? Is your LUG doing or planning anything similar? I'd like to hear from those who are or from those who want to do something similar and would like more information about what we have done.