[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] [SLOBS] Long-term support for Sugar
yamaplos at gmail.com
Wed Sep 23 14:08:45 EDT 2009
with all due respect, it is happening rather often in Uruguay, of course
limited to the tiny minority of teachers who actually use Sugar and the
XO beyond its most vanilla lineup, that is, those who actually use Sugar
and the XO besides its qualities as an übercool paperweight :-(
The good news is those teachers communicate with each other and help
each other sort things out, giving us hope that eventually they will
grow in numbers, and a lot of them will have problems, which is good
news when the alternative is they don't use things or try new things at all.
Bill Bogstad wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 1:07 PM, Bernie Innocenti <bernie at codewiz.org> wrote:
>> Right. One way around it is using Alien, which I already proposed.
>> Another "solution" is to admit that kids running incompatible distros
>> will be unable to exchange activities -- period. It would be quite a
>> rare scenario in the field.
> Depends on what you define as 'field'. If you mean
> national/province/whole school XO (or maybe SoaS) deployments.
> It will be practically never. If you mean: meetups, gruops of home
> schoolers, Sugar days at the local museum/zoo/etc. i.e.
> grassroots events, then it's going to be a lot more common. In fact,
> given how many releases there have been for the
> XO and other Sugar delivery methods; I suspect that any meeting of
> this type will not be all the same base system.
> Bill bogstad
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