[IAEP] Code of Conduct

James Simmons nicestep at gmail.com
Tue May 1 10:25:07 EDT 2012


You did a wonderful thing leading the effort to translate my book into
Spanish.  That book has been downloaded 394 times from archive.org and is
even available in printed form now.  After all that work if you want to
rest on your laurels for awhile nobody will hold it against you.  I haven't
exactly been active around here recently myself.  I spend more time with
the Project Gutenberg community.  I am no expert on children's education,
Python programming, or user interface design, but once in a while even I
have an opinion on something that is not totally worthless.  If you don't
feel qualified to vote for SLOBs (and I don't either) then don't vote.

I'm pretty sure the only requirement to be part of this community is to
care about children's education.

James Simmons

On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 12:17 AM, ana.cichero <ana.cichero at gmail.com> wrote:

> And one more thing...
> Regarding Sugar using the same code I keep silence because,  I am really
> out of the community for this 2012 I am not teaching on 1:1 project that
> got me into sugar,  and maybe never again i will teach that level , so I
> wonder if it is right for outsiders like me to give opinions and more
> specifically if it is right that people like me have the chance to vote
> slob' s when date comes.
> I applied to membership on 2010 on the basis of  done contributions ...
> but I feel that that benefit shoudn t last for ever... and honestly I have
> done nothing for sugar since July 2011.
> Speaking about good ways of behaviour ...  ¿Which is the good way of
> stepping out of a community without that being mistaken for a lack of
> support of the community?
> On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 1:58 AM, ana.cichero <ana.cichero at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I personally read the code minutes after you sent the mail,  I thought it
>> was important and interesting.
>> In fact I forwarded it immediately to people from the local (uruguay)
>> ubuntu group that  also enjoyed the link, and had the chance to read it and
>> to share it and to talk about it  on the Flisol ( free sw festival)  that
>> was held last Saturday.
>>  http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Festival_Latinoamericano_de_Instalaci%C3%B3n_de_Software_Libre<http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Festival_Latinoamericano_de_Instalaci%C3%B3n_de_Software_Libre>
>> The link you sent was really meaningful  around here so  thank you :) a
>> lot and sorry for the silence.
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