[IAEP] Sugar Digest 2012-09-18

Edward Mokurai Cherlin mokurai at sugarlabs.org
Wed Sep 19 18:58:16 EDT 2012

I would go further. Can we invite the children to give us their
stories? They should be wikified, blogged, made the subject of
articles in the geek and education press, and spread even more widely
than that. Better still, can we invite the schools where this children
are learning and sharing to celebrate them using Sugar tools to create
interactive presentations?

On Wed, September 19, 2012 10:52 am, James Simmons wrote:
> Walter,
> First, congrats on the grandchild.
> Second, I am intrigued by the statement that 10% of Sugar Activities were
> written by children who grew up with Sugar.  That is an incredible
> accomplishment, and it makes me wish that the ASLO website had a
> Collection
> of those Activities.  If something like that existed I could see what
> kinds
> of Activities they were doing, how many were programs written for other
> environments using a Sugar wrapper, how many are purely Sugar Activities,
> who the developers are, what Sugar features are they using and not using,
> how popular the Activities are, etc.
> It would also give our younger developers a way to stand up and be
> counted.
> James Simmons

Edward Mokurai (默雷/निशब्दगर्ज/نشبدگرج) Cherlin
Silent Thunder is my name, and Children are my nation.
The Cosmos is my dwelling place, the Truth my destination.

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