[Sugar-devel] The future of Sugar on XO-1s
holt at laptop.org
Fri Apr 8 05:45:59 EDT 2016
On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 11:56 PM, Tony Anderson <tony_anderson at usa.net>
> This is an example of how powerful our community could be. Naturally, we
> would need to nail down this price - Amazon quotes about $10 each. There
> has been a lot of discussion in the community on the viability of sd cards
> from different manufacturers. With a little effort we may be able to give
> the Rwanda REB team some valuable advice on this topic.
Later this year we will certainly demonstrate our XO-1 successes in Haiti
to the Rwandan govt as necessary; thank you Tony for keeping the most
meaningful channels open.
Yes they will laugh us out of the room when they hear how low 32GB+XO
capital costs really are -- then the trick will be reinvesting these
priceless funds into Human Capital With A Purpose:
- robotics class pros
- actionist librarians
- maker project lesson planners engaging STEAM teachers can truly run with
after the demo
- teachers who take Student Journalism / Environmental Realism into the
streets like http://orangestreetnews.com
- TLC = Technology Learning Coordinators *of all kind...*
> On 04/08/2016 11:26 AM, Dave Crossland wrote:
> On 7 April 2016 at 22:54, Tony Anderson <tony_anderson at usa.net> wrote:
>> AFIK, the Government of Rwanda annual fiscal year begins July 1. Some one
>> may have access to the records, but there are probably 1000 XO-1s deployed
>> there. Does any one have an idea of the cost of 1000 32GB SD cards?
> I expect about $2,000, would need some more fishing about in
> http://www.alibaba.com/Memory-Card_pid4406 but that is my impression.
>> Perhaps, that could be added to the MinEduc budget. The cost to deploy
>> the SD cards in Rwanda is, of course, not negligible.
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