[IAEP] [SLOBs] F11+0.88+XO-1.* as a SL project
mel at melchua.com
Fri Jun 25 13:23:21 EDT 2010
The last item on today's agenda was the motion that the Fedora 11 with
Sugar 0.88 builds for the XO-1 and XO-1.5 be a new official project.
* It is sponsored jointly by Paraguay Educa and Activity Central,
coordinated by Bernie Innocenti and hosted by the Sugar Labs
* If the board approves, Bernie will add a link to the sidebar, near
Sugar on a, Stick, and create a top-level homepage with content directed
The original discussion thread was at
reference. That's where we started today's discussion.
David Farning was in-channel and gave us a brief overview: "Just to give
an idea of where we are trying to go with the porject.... AC and PY will
sponsor 2-3 developers physically located in PY to continue maintaining
the release. Bernie will be retunring to boston and will start work on
a new a S.90 on fedora something release."
To summarize where I think we stand here...
1. It sounds like tomeu, cjb, and mchua (the SLOBs who've chimed in so
far) are happy to grant this project access to SL infrastructure if they
choose to use it - it's a FOSS project that's Sugar-related, etc.
(Mel would personally say that it's SL Infrastructure's call whether and
how to support this sort of thing, SLOBs approval shouldn't be needed
for a Sugar-related project that is FOSS, really.)
2. cjb and tomeu and mchua are wondering whether that infrastructure
access (which you *don't* need SL project status for!) was what the
project was asking for, or if there was anything more to the request to
become an "official project" - what resources, specifically, would they
want from SL that they think becoming a "SL project" will grant them?
Bernie, can you respond?
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