Jonathan Haack is creating Math Curriculum
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In addition to teaching math full-time in secondary, I do business as Haack's Networking.  My most time consuming side project at present is building a minimal gnulinux Operating System directly from source code.  I am using Linux from Scratch as a guide at present, but I also draw from Damn Small Linux (DSL), Puppy Linux, and other historically minimal gnulinux or *nix Operating Systems.  Working on this with students at the secondary level, however,l takes time and resources for my sessions.  I conduct sessions after school or on weekends, and the student side of this effort is called the Code Talkers hacking club.  The end goal occupying my time at present is a minimally sized, yet well-functioning, gnulinux OS capable of being run in RAM or on disk, much like DSL, Puppy Linux, etc.  I am planning to eventually build my own custom desktop environment and manager, a package manager (deb-based), and will create an .iso, and will host and market this gnulinux OS (hopefully using itself) under a GPL3 license.  Financial assistance will pay for many different aspects of this project's implementation including Digital Ocean Droplets and Raspberry Pi 3s for testing and implementation.  Funds also help pay for food and beverages at the workshops.
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These monies would help pay for hardware, software, and infrastructure (domain, server costs, etc.).  Thanks for considering.
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In addition to teaching math full-time in secondary, I do business as Haack's Networking.  My most time consuming side project at present is building a minimal gnulinux Operating System directly from source code.  I am using Linux from Scratch as a guide at present, but I also draw from Damn Small Linux (DSL), Puppy Linux, and other historically minimal gnulinux or *nix Operating Systems.  Working on this with students at the secondary level, however,l takes time and resources for my sessions.  I conduct sessions after school or on weekends, and the student side of this effort is called the Code Talkers hacking club.  The end goal occupying my time at present is a minimally sized, yet well-functioning, gnulinux OS capable of being run in RAM or on disk, much like DSL, Puppy Linux, etc.  I am planning to eventually build my own custom desktop environment and manager, a package manager (deb-based), and will create an .iso, and will host and market this gnulinux OS (hopefully using itself) under a GPL3 license.  Financial assistance will pay for many different aspects of this project's implementation including Digital Ocean Droplets and Raspberry Pi 3s for testing and implementation.  Funds also help pay for food and beverages at the workshops.

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