rcampos at fusemail.com
Mon Jan 29 17:00:34 CET 2007
In case you don't know them yet (surely you do ...) .
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We have been low on activity lately, but soon new things shall wake this
Currently I'm preparing some work for a Project in Bulgaria, teaching
Blender to Maya and Max professionals, as soon as this is over I will be
able to provide the material to the Education Board and start some cool
things from there.
I think Mifune is doing some work on the Certification Program.
There is alot to do and most of us are busy with projects, so, if you
think you can help in any way, please do, send your progress and ask for
feedback, I'm sure people will answer back.
Some projects we are eager to see finished:
- Certification Program.
- Teachers material for Workshops.
- Teachers material for Classes.
- Teachers Book or Guide.
- Standard on how to teach Blender and CG, basically a set of rules of
thumb each of us should follow when posting material. This can then also
be used as guidelines for future material.
Welcome on board,
-- Rui --
On Mon, 2007-01-29 at 04:46 +0700, Fidelis Josaphat Soekahar wrote:
> Hello, I'm a new member in this BF-Education board. I might aswell
> introduce myself. I'm Joe, I'm from Indonesia, I've been a blender
> lurker for about quite some time. I'm in 3D industry for about 5 years
> now (mostly occupied on local production houses), and I currently teach
> in a local training center. We're currently preparing our opensource
> based curriculum program, that is using blender as its main software
> aswell as others as a complemantary (right now, gimp for texturing, for
> example). I just hope I can contribute to Blender more through this board.
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