[IAEP] public log of Activities being started Re: [SLOBS] SLOB meeting on January 7
yamaplos at gmail.com
Tue Jan 8 17:48:09 EST 2013
do you think it were possible to somehow push into the server (and then
up to the Internet) suitably anonymous data that tells at least what
activities have been started (at least a count within a timeframe, say,
As part of this "cloud" effort?
Reason: After all these years, we have not yet much reliable data on
whether the XO or Sugar is used or not, or what it is used for, if at all.
Background: I have long suspected that there has been no desire for this
data, because it might show bad news, like Sugar or the XOs being used
little or not at all.
However, if that were the case, then we *really, really* need it so much
more, so we can re-direct efforts.
Likely issues: About anonymity: I am unsure how much the matter of
privacy is a valid excuse for not getting this data.
Since it seems OK to have the tablets distributed in Ethiopia take
pictures of the kids and families very much without their informed
consent, I guess that having data on what Activities get started, how
many times per week would be totally OK, but still believe privacy
should be taken seriously, yet without paranoia. (no, I do not think
those automatic pictures are OK, but that's my personal opinion).
On 01/08/2013 03:19 PM, Gonzalo Odiard wrote:
> Thanks Walter,
> I want share two ideas to discuss may be in the next meeting:
> * I want to organize, with guys from UY something related with Python
> the work Flavio Danesse has been doing in the last 2 or 3 years.
> Flavio is doing a very good job, in fact, all, or almost all new
> hackers in UY,
> participated in these events (please Daniel correct me if I am wrong).
> I was in Flavio's house one month ago, talking with him, trying to see
> how this success
> can be reproduced, but is not so easy. Anyway, we need see how we can
> put more events like this in movement, the more difficult part is get
> teachers involved.
> From our part, we can give them visibility, and help get them
> (teachers and hackers)
> introduced in the community. We know how important is
> have guys like Agustin, Daniel and a few more, involved. If you ask me,
> I think future Sugar relevance is linked to the next hackers generation.
> * I want work in a web view of the Journal, may be first as a activity,
> but later integrated in Sugar. If we have this working, I think we can
> the social side of sugar, making easier show results, add comments,
> likes, etc.
> If we can have this webview working in the schoolserver too,
> and sync all the related data, can be a first step in the cloud direction,
> and is not so difficult to start. I share this here, because is only a
> idea right now,
> and may be is related to the comment from Walter.
> See you
> On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 12:44 PM, Walter Bender
> <walter.bender at gmail.com <mailto:walter.bender at gmail.com>> wrote:
> I'll prepare the minutes in the wiki later today.
> On Tue, Jan 8, 2013 at 10:43 AM, Gonzalo Odiard
> <gonzalo at laptop.org <mailto:gonzalo at laptop.org>> wrote:
> > Sorry, yesterday I lost connectivity at the meeting time.
> > There are a log?
> > Gonzalo
> > On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 9:53 AM, Walter Bender
> <walter.bender at gmail.com <mailto:walter.bender at gmail.com>>
> > wrote:
> >> The first Sugar Labs Oversight Board meeting will be at 6PM EST (23
> >> UTC) on Monday, January 7. We'll be meeting in #sugar-meeting on
> >> irc.freenode.net <http://irc.freenode.net>. Please join us and
> greet our new board members:
> >> Daniel Francis, Claudia Urrea, and Gonzalo Odiard.
> >> regards.
> >> -walter
> >> --
> >> Walter Bender
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