[IAEP] [SLOBS]: Request for certifications of developing an activity
nicestep at gmail.com
Wed Jul 13 10:25:16 EDT 2011
I would consider Pootle support basic good practice, not advanced.
I agree with others who said we need to get them involved in the community.
That might actually make the certificate attractive to teachers. If he
assigns a student to get a certificate from us the student will learn
valuable skills that he doesn't have to teach, and the project will be
pre-graded in a sense too.
I think MYOSA covers all the things we want the students to do: Git, Pootle,
icons, toolbars, etc. I know that student projects have to be short, but
none of this stuff takes that much time. Doing it right takes no longer
than doing it wrong.
On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 5:28 AM, Chris Leonard <cjlhomeaddress at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 4:37 AM, James Simmons <nicestep at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I like the idea of giving certificates, but I think we should take the
> > opportunity to enforce some simple best practices, like requiring a
> > requiring Share and Keep buttons to be hidden if they aren't used,
> > a proper icon for the Activity, etc.
> > It might be nice to have two levels of certificate. Since shared
> > are more difficult to develop, maybe we have a separate certificate for
> > those.
> > James Simmons
> Just to bang my usual drum, personally I would consider i18n and
> follow through (PO file on Poolte) to be a core element, but maybe you
> can use that for an "advanced" certificate criteria,
> volunteer Sugar Labs / OLPC / eToys / Poolte admin
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