Absolutely! I planned on asking you to host whatever Indonesian content that I can find. This is primarily so that people know that it exists because I expect that most content will probably be distributed by me via snail mail / sneakernet because internet will is too slow here.
One of my first tasks is to tabulate what is available in Indonesian & whether there are any translation projects. If memory serves, KA Lite was 95% translated, so I just need to push it over the top, but Hour of Code is only 12% translated.
Zims are available for every Wikipedia language but I don't yet know if there is any questionable material included on the Indonesian site -- there are likely to be cultural issues that prevent including any genital anatomy or sexual education topics (even though they are severely needed here). There are some instructions for creating your own zim, but I haven't dived into the details.
My plan is the opposite of what Jeremy has described. First, in an online portal, I will collate the available Indonesian language content and link it to the national curriculum, then I will try to distribute if offline. Hopefully teachers will find it immediately useful.