Sun May 31 08:28:51 EDT 2009
That will result in a painful itch. We all don't know every thing
anymore. The fix will be to encourage some sort of ml digest to cover
the highlights rather than start cross posting again.
On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 7:25 AM, Bert Freudenberg<bert at freudenbergs.de> wro=
> On 17.06.2009, at 14:09, Martin Dengler wrote:
>> No, that's not the problem. =C2=A0It's people that don't know that they
>> don't know what they're doing. =C2=A0My point is that I think we're
>> worrying about people that a) want to be testers; and b) are so keen
>> that they go copy-nanding (after getting a devkey, etc.) without
>> understanding what they're doing. =C2=A0As I'm saying I don't think ther=
>> are enough people like that on IAEP/sugar-devel to worry about, and
>> you're saying there are (IIUC).
> I for one would *hope* that on the IAEP list many people do
> participate who are not necessarily familiar with technical details,
> but who care deeply about education. Care so much in fact that they
> are not even detained by these awkward instructions when they try to
> help. In know there were such people in the OLPC community, and
> hopefully we are not driving them away by too much tech-talk that is
> only remotely related to the actual educational goals of the project.
>> Well, I'm happy to leave it at that.
> Me too.
> - Bert -
> IAEP -- It's An Education Project (not a laptop project!)
> IAEP at lists.sugarlabs.org
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