[IAEP] [sugar-sur] School Network prototype, beyond the Sugar Network

James Cameron quozl at laptop.org
Thu Apr 14 01:57:18 EDT 2016

Yes, it's looking very good.  Over a thousand unique visitors each
month from March onwards.  Almost four thousand in October 2015.

I'd like to see Sugar Labs focus on making Sugar Network more
available.  It has clearly, by the numbers, outdone the original OLPC
school server concept.

On Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 12:08:34AM -0500, Sebastian Silva wrote:
> Hi Alsroot,
> I hope you are doing well. While doing some gardening of Sugar Network,
> I was longing to make another effort towards going beyond it.
> So I came looking for this "School Network" project that you shared but
> I can't find it. How did it go, did you get more feedback? The website
> is down.
> I would like to publicly thank you for architecting the basis for both
> Hexoquinasa (derivate of OLPC OS, credit of course to all respective
> authors)  _especially_ for the Sugar Network which continues to serve
> thousands of children today. I'll be looking forward to any news from you.
> All the best form the other side of the world. We are living in Puerto
> Maldonado now.
> Regards,
> Sebastian
> El 13/09/15 a las 04:31, Aleksey Lim escribió:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > It is about 1.5 years since the original Sugar Network project started
> > to be used by people in Peru (approximately 300 unique daily users,
> > find more statistics on http://jita.sugarlabs.org/node.sugarlabs.org).
> > But Sugar Network was just a first try on that way.
> >
> > Here it is an announcement of School Network which goes further
> > implementing the full deployment cycle originally planned
> > for Sugar Network.
> >
> >     http://school-network.org/docs/Concepts
> >     http://school-network.org/docs/TryOut
> >     http://school-network.org/docs/Deployment
> >
> > The School Network is just a [working] prototype, so, it cannot replace
> > current Sugar Network deployment as-is. The only reason to make such
> > announcement is giving a common view how it might look like, and,
> > which is a major point, attract attention of particular deployments
> > that found School Network useful for their needs. Since projects like
> > School Network are pretty specific, any further work makes sense only
> > if there are deployments involved to implementation process.
> >
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