[IAEP] Code of Conduct
walter.bender at gmail.com
Tue May 1 11:28:13 EDT 2012
On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 10:25 AM, James Simmons <nicestep at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
And to be willing to ask questions. Ana qualifies by that criteria as well.
> 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
>> 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.
>>> The link you sent was really meaningful around here so thank you :) a
>>> lot and sorry for the silence.
>> IAEP -- It's An Education Project (not a laptop project!)
>> IAEP at lists.sugarlabs.org
> IAEP -- It's An Education Project (not a laptop project!)
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