[IAEP] FOSS VT presentation
xander.pirdy at gmail.com
Thu Apr 8 13:25:09 EDT 2010
Great presentation... I really like the format.
One possible typo that I spotted:
Under features it says:
Sugar can run on almost any PC. A liveUSB stick not touch the existing hard
Sugar can run on almost any PC. A liveUSB stick does not touch the existing
hard drive installation.
Christoph: Out of curiosity is there somewhere that I could find numbers for
those projects aggregated?
On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 12:45 PM, Christoph Derndorfer <
e0425826 at student.tuwien.ac.at> wrote:
> Hi Caroline,
> this is a gorgeous presentation, definitely one of the very best ones
> that ever have been done on Sugar!
> While I can't help with the map of OLPC deployments (AFAIK no current
> one is available at the time) here's to the best of my knowledge the
> list of countries with OLPC projects in one form or another (@everyone,
> please let me know if this needs to be updated!):
> Papua New Guinea
> Solomon Islands
> South Africa
> Sri Lanka
> United States
> Am 08.04.2010 04:53, schrieb Caroline Meeks:
> > I am giving a presentation at FOSS VT on Friday, anything anyone wants
> > me to mention or request to an audience of teachers and school IT people?
> > The draft of my presentation is here: http://prezi.com/ffn2vdg0ylcr/
> > I'd love a map that helps me talk about the OLPC deployments if anyone
> > has done one.
> > Has anyone done any updates or additional activities slides?
> > Thanks!
> > Caroline
> > --
> > Caroline Meeks
> > Solution Grove
> > Caroline at SolutionGrove.com
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> > 505-213-3268 - Fax
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