[Sugar-devel] [DESIGN] Re: [IAEP] Sugar Design Meeting/Reunión 21 September at 11 PM UTC IRC Sugar Meeting [DESIGN]
quozl at laptop.org
Sun Sep 24 18:18:06 EDT 2017
I was right, it was a waste of time for me to reply to your stated
question. You have intentionally ignored my answer;
Instead, you have chosen to take offence at my experience in the
meeting, and my inexperience with your language.
I'm now more convinced than ever that your goal is to disrupt
Sugar Labs communications by generating nearly comprensible noise,
and demanding answers to questions you do not need answers to, and
then diverting the conversation to hatred.
Removed CC sugar-sur@ as I am not subscribed. It looks like your only
purpose in adding sugar-sur@ is to present me in a bad light to
others, carefully quoting only parts of my message that will do the
most damage to my reputation in another community.
North-centric indeed. This is a geopolitical hate fight spilling into
Put 'em up. We'll see who can write the best code.
On Sun, Sep 24, 2017 at 06:20:32AM -0500, Laura Vargas wrote:
> [para Sugar-Sur favor traducir y leer]
> 2017-09-23 1:11 GMT-05:00 James Cameron <quozl at laptop.org>:
> On Fri, Sep 22, 2017 at 06:19:48AM -0500, Laura Vargas wrote:
> > Thank you all that were present for the reactivation meeting for the
> > Sugar Labs Design Team.
> It was a horrible experience.
> For children living in development countries "a horrible experience" has real
> I hope one day soon you get to understand the importance of integrating real
> children's needs to their Software Design.
> > Gracias a todos los que estuvieron presentes para la reactivación
> > del equipo de Diseño de Sugar Labs.
> Can't read that.
> Is a simple translation.
> It was sad to feel Spanish is a not welcomed language in the community.
> The example I gave with the requirement "to be able to download activities from
> the user interface" has many possible solutions; for example a Sugar Activities
> Instead, this "design team" you strongly protect, doesn't have an instance to
> think, share and select possible solutions and/or course of actions.
> In current process, whoever reaches the user/teacher first gives back his
> personal ideas only.
> In this example he/she would have received Tony's directions and the design
> insight would have been forever lost.
> That is no coherent if community hopes for the Sugar software to evolve.
> Laura V.
> I&D SomosAZUCAR.Org
> “Solo la tecnología libre nos hará libres.”
> ~ L. Victoria
> Happy Learning!
>  mailto:quozl at laptop.org
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