[Bf-committers] A Blender Education distribution

Kent Mein mein at cs.umn.edu
Wed Sep 22 03:20:09 CEST 2004

In reply to Jeremy Wall (zaphar at gmail.com):

I have a cd I created for a talk I and another guy did at:

It has samples of what can be done with blender.
A semi recent version of the manual from cvs
latest version of blender for a couple of different platforms
and some other stuff.  Feel free to use it as a starting place
if you want.


> At my job we manage networks and computers for schools here in
> illinois and missouri. I am currently building some graphics
> workstations for one of our schools and will be installing blender on
> them for the teacher so she can start working on some 3d digital art
> with her students.
> This got me thinking about how useful a distribution of blender
> designed around education could be. I will be gathering tutorials and
> instructional material to include with the install. I would be happy
> to volunteer what I gather and organize toward such a project. I might
> even be able to coordinate if others where interested in helping out.
> To such end I am wondering if there is any interest and if anyone has
> suggestions on what to include in such a distribution. I hope to be
> putting together an initial RPM and maybe a windows installer if I get
> the time to here in the next few weeks. I don't quite have the time to
> code yet so this is my outlet for contribution :-)
> Jeremy Wall aka: zaphar_ps
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