[math4] Developer Teams
fgrose at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 12:25:22 EDT 2009
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On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 10:30 AM, Steve Buck <steve at sbuck.net> wrote:
> On Mar 17 09:48, Caroline Meeks wrote:
>> Developers sign up here: http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Math4Team/Contacts
> I've signed up for one of the teams. I've been lurking recently, but I
> am starting to have more time to get involved as a bunch of commitments
> I've had the past few weeks are now completed.
> I (as well as a few people here it seems) have not done a whole lot of
> python yet. A little, but nothing specifically with PyGame. I was
> planning on starting to work with that tonight.
>> Greg and I will be observing and trying to help Sugar Labs as a whole
>> about what works and what doesn't for teams. If you want you can form
>> around a geographical area or around similar concepts in the curriculum.
>> can also just form random teams. For each team let us know how you
>> to form so we can learn from your results.
> If anyone is interested, I'm in Rochester, NY but not part of the RIT
> team. I think there are a few others of us here, but I am by no means
> need to work with other people from Rochester.
> I am planning on working on this in the evenings and weekends. I'm in
> US EDT right now (GMT-4).
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