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Greek schools on LTSP world map

The Greek primary and secondary schools that are using Linux Terminal Servers have been added to the LTSP world map! With over 180 different locations and LTSP setups, this is without a doubt one of the largest LTSP implementations in the world.

The team behind it all, the Hellenic Schools Technical Support Team, has worked closely with our LTSP web team to import all the locations to our Success Stories database. Check out their LTSP story. Also, be sure to take a look at Greece on the LTSP map. Pretty cool, don't you think?

If you are also running a large-scale LTSP implementation like this, and you would like to import it to our world map, please contact our web team via

Jan Middelkoop (talk) 07:21, 31 January 2013 (EST)

Public Meetings

Following a whole series of meetings for our new homepage and wiki, we decided to have public meetings from now on. To see when and where the next meeting is and what will be discussed, look at the upcoming meeting page.

Everyone can suggest topics by putting a topic in the meeting suggestions page. Depending on urgency, relevancy and time, the agenda will be filled from those suggestions.

--Wim 17:56, 11 January 2013 (CEST)

StackExchange Site Proposed

A StackExchange site has been proposed for LTSP. Please take a look at the proposal and sign up. Please vote for the questions you think should be answered there or add the missing questions.

--Jim 13:43, 18 October 2012 (CEST)

Beta Release

The new LTSP wiki launches in beta status today. This means we need your help in creating up-to-date content for the wiki. In April 2012 a team of people got together and began a project to refresh the LTSP website. Since then we have created the LTSPedia, a new and very informative wiki.

Today we are requesting your support and knowledge, in building a single source for the best resources related to LTSP on the internet. Since LTSP’s inception in 1999, the community has driven the project and we intend to continue to support this. If you are interested in contributing ltsp-specific technical information to the LTSPedia in the format available now, please follow these steps to begin contributing. We invite you to join #ltsp on freenode; some wiki admins will be lurking there.

--Wim 20:00, 05 Juli 2012 (CEST)

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