computers and jamborees
JORGENSEN K F (1748@ET.AARHUS.IH.DK)
Fri, 18 Feb 1994 15:29:48 +0100
I have recently joined a committee under The National Jamboree '96
(Denmark). In the committee we shall decide file standarts, what
progams to use if you want to share data with other systems/programs.
That's not the most interesting part off it.
The more motivating part of the work, is to propose and decide what
programs, computersystems to use on the Jamboree.
Certain programs is standart, ex. food-, order and distribution
But we have major options today, and they will probaly not be less in
'96. So now to the question, where is the 'computer limmit' on a
Jamboree and scout camps in general?
Is it just great with alot of computer workshops ect..
Do we have the option to denied the access of computer technology
in our 'scout world' ?
EX. Radio communication is generaly accepted in the scout
organizations all over the world today (JOTA).
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