[development] Proposal: Drupal University

James Benstead james.benstead at gmail.com
Mon Dec 28 16:22:42 UTC 2009

I've not looked into this in a huge amount of detail, but my thinking is, I
guess, that if someone can get access to broadband via an internet café (of
which there are very many in China and India) or a community project, then
the cost of electricity and an old-ish Intel box running Linux is acceptable
- but the list price of $50 for PDD might not be.

2009/12/28 Jim Taylor <jim at rootyhollow.com>

> Question, and I ask this out of true ignorance, this is not judgement laden
> in any way (I've got my 1st world Middles class American blinders on here
> :)).
> If the price of PDD is too prohibitive how can people afford computers,
> bandwidth and electricity?  Am I totally missing something here?
> On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 10:39 AM, James Benstead <james.benstead at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> If for no other reason, the cover price of PDD is huge for developers in
>> 2nd or 3rd world countries (i.e., the majority of the population of the
>> planet) and they should have an alternative
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