education flyer suggestions

Paul Sutton zleap at
Tue Dec 15 11:34:55 UTC 2015

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Kids ruby is free software and has source code
available,  not sure if it is GPL 2 or 3,  I think it may be.

Scratch is designed for complete beginners and ruby is a nice step up
from that perhaps then python as the next step up from there.


On 15/12/15 11:21, Cezary Drak wrote:
> On 12/15/2015 11:36 AM, Cezary Drak wrote:
>> On 12/14/2015 07:06 PM, David Gerard wrote:
>>> On 22 October 2015 at 16:18, Paul Sutton <zleap at> 
>>> wrote:
>>> Trouble is that Scratch is not quite a fully free stack yet.
>>> The old Scratch 1 is under GPLv2 and something called the
>>> Scratch Source Code License, I don't know what Scratch 2 is
>>> under. My daughter runs the standalone at home as the Windows
>>> version running under Wine.
>> Scratch2 is licensed under GPLv2[1].
> Sorry for double post. I dig little deeper into Scratch 2 and it
> turns out it encourages use of non-free technology. Flash to be
> specific. Also MIT trademarks make modifying code little harder,
> although it's not a big issue. Because of that we should not use it
> in a leaflet.
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