[sugar] Give a Laptop, Change the World : G1G1 2008
Wed Oct 8 10:59:44 EDT 2008
Not yet... if someone wants to make a pdf from that page, this would
rock. Something to discuss on Friday. As for window manager v.
learning platform... an updated [[Glossary]] isn't a bad idea.
On Tue, Oct 7, 2008 at 6:26 PM, Polychronis Ypodimatopoulos
<ypod at mit.edu> wrote:
> is there anything like a poster/flyer in high resolution PDF?
> Samuel Klein wrote:
>> This year's G1G1 program will start November 17 in the US. Please
>> help us spread the word. Below is a short email blurb about this
>> year's program ( from [[G1G1 2008/text]] ). We are coordinating some
>> community art and outreach on the grassroots list as well
>> There will be a lunch outreach meeting about G1G1 in #olpc on
>> irc.freenode.net this Friday at 1200 EST (and @ 1CC for those in the
>> area); sign up if you think you can make it, or leave your thoughts
>> about what we should cover / who we should contact / what we can do
>> better this time around:
>> For giving,
>> One Laptop per Child is launching its second ''Give 1, Get 1'' [G1G1]
>> program starting November 17, 2008, following last year's popular
>> program which received donations from over 80,000 people. This year
>> the XO laptops will be shipped to donors through Amazon.com.
>> The laptops feature the latest release of the Sugar window manager,
>> on a Linux-based Fedora Core operating system. For answers to frequently
>> asked questions, and for other XO giving programs, see the OLPC wiki.
>> More on G1G1 2008: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/G1G1_2008
>> More about the XO: http://laptop.org/en/laptop/
>> Photos, stories and other media from the first year's deployments are
>> available from a community media page and from the OLPC photostream.
>> If you have been involved with a deployment, please contribute your own.
>> OLPC's Flickr photostream: http://flickr.com/photos/olpc
>> Contribute & share media: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Community_media
>> Sugar mailing list
>> Sugar at lists.laptop.org
> Polychronis Ypodimatopoulos
> Graduate student
> Viral Communications
> MIT Media Lab
> Tel: +1 (617) 459-6058
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