[IAEP] versus, not
kathy at kathyandcalvin.com
Fri May 8 11:21:57 EDT 2009
I understood Walter but added that part myself ;) For myself, and myself
only, I personally don't want to ask for stuff or even request to be heard
if I don't put the work in - get my hands dirty, etc.
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[mailto:iaep-bounces at lists.sugarlabs.org] On Behalf Of Bert Freudenberg
Sent: Friday, May 08, 2009 7:25 AM
To: IAEP SugarLabs
Subject: Re: [IAEP] versus, not
On 08.05.2009, at 16:05, Kathy Pusztavari wrote:
> I'll have to admit I don't have much right to request, complain, or
> even discuss. If I don't get off my butt and program something myself
> then I'm part of the problem.
I think you misunderstood Walter. You can earn community credit not only by
coding. Many more things need "doing". Not to discourage you from
programming, of course, but other skills and contributions are more than
welcome, too. Its An Education Project, right? :)
- Bert -
> But I'll tell you, it is difficult to start in this programming
> environment where the learning curve is extremely steep (coming from
> Oracle and PL/SQL stored procedures). I'm still trying to figure out
> WHERE to start playing with Python let alone how.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Walter Bender
> We must engage teachers and learners even if we do not have
> consensus on all
> aspects of learning theories, FOSS, or Sugar. Without the
> engagement, we
> don't grow. Even more important, without the engagement, we don't
> That doesn't mean we don't have opinions or direction.
> We have a long ways to go and we need to keep debating as we go. But
> also we
> need to continue "doing". And always be asking "Are there other ways
> approach this?" and "How might we make this better?"
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