[Sugar-devel] [IAEP] Maybe SLOBS candidates have some thought on this issues?
dan.tenason at mail.ru
Thu Nov 12 17:47:47 EST 2015
Your response communicates what many have come to expect from OLPC and SugarLabs. "Critical thinking is a key point in our sales pitch, but please don't ask us to apply it to ourselves."
When considering the efficacy of this approach to community leadership one might look for a correlation between participation at the OLPC-SF summit and overall community health. A quick search indicated OLPC-SF sumit participation has dropped from several hundred people five years ago to less than 20 this year. Youtube and google hangout views of presentations have also dropped from the hundreds to less than 10.
>Tuesday, November 10, 2015 1:50 PM -05:00 from Laura Vargas < laura at somosazucar.org >:
>Whenever addressing this comunity and their firends, I invite you to transform your curiosity into productive team work and constructive ideas.
>2015-11-10 11:21 GMT-05:00 Dan Tenason < dan.tenason at mail.ru > :
>>Over the past couple of weeks there have been some interesting emails from James Cameron, the last software person remaining software person at OLPC, that have been rather hostile towards the volunteer community which have culminated in http://lists.sugarlabs.org/archive/sugar-devel/2015-November/050930.html .
>>Just curious if the oversight board candidates (Gonzalo Odiard, Edward Cherlin, Claudia Urrea, Laura Vargas, and Adam Holt ) feel that this is acceptable behavior from a paid staff member of OLPC towards Sugar Labs volunteers?
>>IAEP -- It's An Education Project (not a laptop project!)
>>IAEP at lists.sugarlabs.org
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