Rubus

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Rubus is a project to create a low-cost "classroom-in-a-box" by combining the Raspberry Pi with a lightweight Linux distribution, useful software, educational materials, peripherals and necessary storage. The intent is to eventually produce and distribute them as a charity via donations, as well as release Documentation on creating the image and providing it for download.

Language localization is a secondary objective, very much based on what storage restrictions arise. It is understood that not everyone speaks English, but most educational material slated for inclusion has the most work completed in English, and even large areas of Africa speak it as a secondary language.

The name Rubus comes from the genus name of the common raspberry; we feel it's fitting for a project based on the Raspberry Pi.

The project lead is Andrew Crouthamel.

More information can be found at the Rubus homepage.