[IAEP] introduction - hi I'm Donna
walter.bender at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 11:21:43 EST 2008
Please join the weekly deployment team discussions on IRC (Wednesdays
at 14:00 UTC -- we can switch the times around if it is too difficult
for those of you in OZ). We have been discussing the various goals and
mechanics of local Sugar Labs and your voices should be heard.
On Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 11:58 PM, Joel Stanley
<joel.stanley at adelaide.edu.au> wrote:
> 2008/12/11 David Farning <dfarning at sugarlabs.org>:
>> Your reputation as an organizer precedes you:) I would invite you to consider:
>> Helping us figure out exactly what Local Labs are.
>> Establish Sugar Labs - Australia to support local deployments and feed
>> best practices back upstream.
>> Encourage and support local deployments.
> Hello All,
> I've been speaking with Bill Kerr and Bernie about establishing an AU
> local lab for a few weeks now. More recently I've been talking to
> Pia, who is setting up the http://olpcfriends.org community, and
> Rangan, who is the Executive Director of OLPC-AU, and among other
> things is running a "G1G1" for Australians.
> We've got lots of interest in Sugar, and a number of people who are
> setting up their own groups to work on it (weather that is Sugar
> directly, or under the name of various OLPC groups). Working out
> where a local lab fits into all of the above is something I've been
> spending some time thinking about recently.
> My current thought is perhaps Sugar Labs is a common banner to group
> contributors under, as a place for meeting, sharing and discussing
> online. They can then take that with them as they go out to trials,
> deployments, and other groups.
> Do you have any thoughts?
>  offlist. This thread is a good reminder (to me) of why it's good
> to have discussions onlist
>  I think he should be the executive officer, so we can call him the XO :)
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