[IAEP] Google Code In 2013

Laura Vargas laura at somosazucar.org
Mon Nov 18 15:21:20 EST 2013

Thanks Walter!

We are looking forward to populate the Sugar Network with a 100 additional
resources during the Code In, so we will need to publish the following task
20 times!

Thanks again!

Gardening the Sugar Network / Jardineando la Red Azúcar

Quality Assurance


A context in the Sugar Network can be a Project or a Sugar Activity. Today,
we have 523 contexts available for Sugar users all around the world.

Please, populate the network with 5 questions, ideas, problems or solutions
for current contexts. Try to be polite and precise. You may use the
language of your preference.

You will need a Sugar Network user to claim your contributions. You will
get one automatically after installing a Sugar image with access to the
Sugar Network, or installing a Sugar Network development environment. If
you have an unlocked XO1 or XO1.5 follow [1] otherwise follow [2].


Un contexto en la Red Azúcar puede ser un proyecto o una actividad de
Sugar. Hoy
tenemos 523 contextos disponibles para los usuarios de Sugar en todo el

Por favor, llenar la red con 5 preguntas, ideas, problemas o soluciones para
contextos actuales. Trata de ser amable y preciso. Puedes utilizar el idioma
de tu preferencia.

Necesitarás un usuario de la Red de azúcar para reclamar tus contribuciones.R
ecibirás un usuario automáticamente al instalar una imagen de Sugar con
acceso a la Red Azúcar, o la instalación de un entorno de desarrollo de red de
Azúcar. Si tienes una XO1 o XO1.5 desbloqueada sigue a [1] de lo
contrario sigue
a [2].

[2] http://pe.sugarlabs.org/ir/Red%20Az%C3%BAcar/Montar%20un%20cliente

Time to Complete: 2 Days

Hopefully this tasks will help us get local participants involved!

2013/11/18 Walter Bender <walter.bender at gmail.com>

> The task list in the wiki was just a place to gather ideas. The
> official task list is maintained in the GCI website [1]. As the admin,
> I can add new tasks at any time, so just send me email or find me on
> IRC.
> When a student "claims" a task, you will get email if you are a mentor
> for that task. Then you accept their claim, following the link in the
> email.
> Once they have completed the task (or think they have), you'll get
> another email. You can either approve their work or ask them to do
> more work. (It is rare that a task is completed in one iteration.)
> This cycle continues for 7 weeks.
> Again, we can keep adding tasks, so please make suggestions, even if
> you cannot be a mentor for the task.
> regards.
> -walter
> [1]
> https://google-melange.appspot.com/gci/dashboard/google/gci2013#all_org_tasks
> On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 9:27 PM, Laura Vargas <laura at somosazucar.org>
> wrote:
> > Hi!
> >
> > Code In will officially start in less than 14 hours!
> >
> > While getting ready to add some sugar network tasks, I still haven't been
> > able to find information regarding how does the punctuation system work
> > within Sugar Labs.
> >
> > How are we going to keep track of completed tasks? Walter, do you have
> any
> > information you can share?
> >
> > Good luck to all mentors and participants!
> >
> >
> > --
> > Laura V.
> > I&D SomosAZUCAR.Org
> > Skype acaire
> > IRC kaametza
> >
> > Happy Learning!
> >
> --
> Walter Bender
> Sugar Labs
> http://www.sugarlabs.org

Laura V.

Identi.ca/Skype acaire
IRC kaametza

Happy Learning!
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