At FOSDEM, on February 1st and 2nd, 2020, we presented ourselves and our projects at a stand. Our project "Schul-frei" was there with a community stand, a curated selection of Free Software products. Also, AlekSIS was presented to a broader audience for the first time.
Again the Chaos Communication Congresstook place this year between the 27th and 30th december 2019, for which we organized a trip. The 16 participants were able to explore the congress and learn something about its topics, but also were able to explore Leipzig.
Am 6. Juli 2019 fand im Rahmen des Tübinger Linuxtages (TÜBIX) wieder eine kleine Ausgabe der FrogLabs statt. Dabei konnten 27 Kinder und Jugendliche an drei Workshops teilnehmen und den Linuxtag besuchen.
From June, 5th to June, 9th, the Skolelinux / Debian Edu team wil be holding a development sprint during the MiniDebConf in Hamburg. Not only developers, but also users (teachers, students, parents, and everyone else) are invited to attend.
Unfortunately, we had a major service outage for just a bit more than two days due to a hardware failure and too strict security schemes ;).
With a week full of training for teachers and students, the Realschule Boltenheide in Wuppertal finalised the first phase into a complete switch to free and open source software in all areas of the school. This first phase included the installation of Skolelinux (Debian Edu) in the pedagogic network of the school.
Unfortunately, there will be no programme for children in the autumn holidays of 2018, because too few people are available to staff it.
This year again, we got to the Makerfaire in Hannover with a youth group. Our future junior member Anna Weichelt reported.
The FrogLabs at FrOSCon took place in 2018 again, and for the first time with social activities and accomodation at the Jugendzeltplatz (youth camp spot) Bonn.
During spring 2018, Teckids e.V. conducted a survey among 574 students, asking for their use of social media. It was designed by 13 year-old Niels Hradek and 14 year-old Philipp Stahl, conducted by many children in their schools and classes, and evaluated mainly by 11 year-old Tim Valentin.