[Sugar-devel] [support-gang] Corps Deployment looking to fund Prog. Dev.
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Tue Jul 7 21:28:00 EDT 2009
The sugar development list is a good place to look for someone with
time to help. Extending Write to do what you have in mind may indeed
be the best way to proceed - they had some developers interested in
doing more work for the XO but lacking funds.
Seth Woodworth wrote:
| Write is based on the GNU/linux program AbiWord, which does have
| support for everything you mention, but not exactly easily done. But
| all the same, you very well may be able to solve your problem by
| creating a template in AbiWord/OpenOffice that Write may be able to
| I don't know, but I would look into at least exploring Write as a
| basis for what you're working on.
| Also, I assume you've seen EduBlog? It's a project ran in part by
| former-OLPC-er and Support-Ganger Greg Smith
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On Sun, Jul 5, 2009 at 1:53 PM, Paul Commons<commons at laptop.org> wrote:
> Hi OLPC Community,
> One of the Corps deployments is looking for a programmer from the OLPC
> community who can put together a child-friendly newspaper activity where the
> kids author the articles and design its template. If you're aware of any
> such program available, I'd love to know. If not, the team has some
> available funds if there's a quick turn around. If you're interested, please
> contact me and we can discuss the specs. CC langgordon at gmail.com too.
> Paul Commons
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