Maybe. I'll probably open source it at some point and let it evolve that way. There will be a lot of manual hand-holding/quick-fixing when run locally. I don't need it to work perfectly right out of the gate.
The plan is to have the basics coded before my kids' spring break. Then while I still work at my day job, give them some sort of small assignments to work on their own... coming to me for tech support as needed. That evening we'll see how they did... they'll get new marching orders and I'll probably get a list of bugs to fix that evening.
It's an experiment. I may have to give them device-anti-incentives... like "you can't surf imgur until you've worked X hours" or whatever.
Times are so different. When I was their age, I had little else to do but tinker on the PC. They've got a 100 different brain-distractions that are easy paths of least resistance. So I may need to add some resistance.