[IAEP] SLs Chile and GNOME Chile
wernerio at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 15:45:51 EST 2009
Hello Tomeu, regards from Santiago, Chile.
GNOME community, as far as I know, it had a lot of ups and down in their
effort to build collaborative work. I really don't know if there's some
counterpart to talk to. This is no sin for any free-software community, but
it gets hard to coordinate any kind of cooperation. Where do you see that
there's potential around Chile? Are yo talking to chileans involved with
I must say that stimulating GNOMErs to work around Sugar could be a good
idea, but I feel that should come from GNOME's vision and scope. Two
chileans are in GNOME's board (Germán Poo http://www.calcifer.org/ and
Fernando San Martín http://blogs.gnome.org/fsmw/), and maybe they could
help. Is there any work going around SL and GNOME today?
2009/11/2 Tomeu Vizoso <tomeu at sugarlabs.org>
> have you considered reaching GNOME Chile for cooperation? Sugar's code
> is more than 90% from GNOME and the two upstreams regularly cooperate.
> There's lots of potential for resource pooling in the technical level,
> and also in the advocacy for free software in education.
> «Sugar Labs is anyone who participates in improving and using Sugar.
> What Sugar Labs does is determined by the participants.» - David
> IAEP -- It's An Education Project (not a laptop project!)
> IAEP at lists.sugarlabs.org
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