[sugar] [IAEP] OLPC's bizarre behaviors
Thu May 22 16:31:18 EDT 2008
Indeed, one of the goals of Sugar Labs is to help build community
collaboration, so working together on organizing is a positive step
forward. I plan to start sending a weekly Sugar Digest out--but it
will not be comprehensive of all the OLPC comings and goings and it
will include Sugar in other venues, e.g., "apt-get sugar" on Hardy.
Feel free to forward Sugar-related news my way (Fridays if possible).
On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 4:16 PM, C. Scott Ananian <cscott at cscott.net> wrote:
> On 5/22/08, Bernie Innocenti <bernie at laptop.org> wrote:
>> > e) A more broadly-focused "community news", agressively seeking out
>> > and incorporating local as well as "offical OLPC" content
>> Restoring the old weekly news posted to devel@ would be a good
>> start. Perhaps even publishing the longer version that went by
>> the name of "below the line" or something like that.
> Below the line was never posted to devel at . Community news continues
> to be published to the community-news at laptop.org list, which is open
> (as far as I know). I guess the only thing that's changed is that it
> is no longer cc'ed to devel at laptop.org? Should it be?
> ( http://lists.laptop.org/pipermail/community-news/2008-May/thread.html )
>> > f)
>> > [...]
>> > h)
>> Very good ideas too.
> It's worth noting explicitly that sugarlabs can step in and fill some
> of these needs as well. Arranging mini-conferences and local user
> groups, poking developers for regular blog posts, etc, etc. Mel Chua
> <mel at laptop.org> is interning on "grassroots building" this summer,
> and you should certainly touch base & work with her if you can. She's
> already roughly wiki-fied my original email at
> http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Community_liason .
> ( http://cscott.net/ )
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