So glad this is in the pipeline! We actually just got an email from Camara
(the computer distributor) informing us of updates they have in their
Ubuntu software, and their desire to include a Kenya-specific offline
edition. So - that's a challenge! The question is - when can we get it done?
I just posted on the talk page referencing the way the India project is
organizing their offline effort. It might be a bit too elaborate for the
Kenya version (Requires the creation of a LOT of additional pages), but the
two pieces of it that I think are incredibly valuable:
# the separation by category in the list of articles they are proposing to
# the ability for everyone to contribute rather than just one person.
I am wondering - is there a way to get the syllabus online so that way
Dennis doesn't have to do it all himself? If not, Dennis - is there a way
we can support your efforts?
On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 9:54 AM, stephen wanjau <wanjaus...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Karibu Abbas.
> The last time I checked Dennis was still working on these topics. I gave
> him a copy of the New Kenyan syllabus which had Maths, Chemistry,
> Physics,Biology and Agriculture - that was December last year.
> So that implies that we do not have the syllabus for Geography, Business
> Studies and CRE.
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> On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:58 PM, Abbas Mahmood <abbas...@hotmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> We were developing the content curriculum for the Kenyan curriculum so
>> that we could have a custom-made offline Wikipedia version for us here:
>> Is there anyone who is still working on this? As of now we have articles on
>> Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics, IRE, Agriculture, History &
>> Geography. We don't have articles on Business Studies & CRE. Articles re
>> Physics, Math, and Geography are too few and still need to be increased. Is
>> there anyone here who has access to the Kenyan curriculum willing to fill
>> in the blanks?
>> Thanks to Steve & Dennis on adding some articles.
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