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Esta página es actualizada cada semana (normalmente lunes por la mañana) con notas desde la comunidad SugarLabs. (El boletín también es enviado a la comunidad de noticias en la lista sugarlabs.org y publicado en el blog walterbender.org.) Si desea contribuir, por favor envie un correo cada fin de semana a walter en sugarlabs.org . (También visite planet.sugarlabs.org.)

Boletín Sugar

1. Estoy de regreso de un fin de semana emocionante en Paris, donde celebramos el primer aniversario de la fundación Sugar Labs: Sábado fue la reunión OLPC-Francia en la Cantine y domingo fue el campamento Sugar en La Ruche – ambos lugares a pocos pasos del departamento de mi primo cerca de République.

La reunión OLPC Francia, concurrida por alrededor de 50 personas nos dió la oportunidad de comunicarnos con algunos viejos amigos y colegas y crear nuevas conexiones que enriquecerán aún más a la comunidad Sugar. Por ejemplo, Tomeu Vizoso, Bernie Innocenti, y yo tuvimos la oportunidad de pasar tiempo con Bruno Coudoin; discutimos acerca de varias formas de mejorar la integración de Gcompris dentro de Sugar. También fue grandioso finalmente conocer en persona a colaboradores de Sugar como Gary Martin, Sache Silbe, David Van Assche, y Marten Vijn. También fue genial que Marco Presenti Gritti haya podido asistir. El día se dividió en una serie de talleres paralelos, con un enfoque general de las necesidades en la implementación. Muchos de nosotros nunca dejamos la cafetería donde hubo continuas conversaciones. Felicidades a Bastien Guerry and Lionel Laske por organizar un gran día en un gran lugar y reuniendo a gente tan interesante.

Alrededor de la mitad de asistentes del sábado asistieron al Campamento Sugar del domingo. Sean Daly organizó el día; él facilitó su departamento para una experiencia de campamento urbano para los asistentes y encontró un gran lugar de reunión con vista al canal Quai de Jemmapes. No teníamos agenda preestablecida, así que pasamos la primera hora usando SCAMPER para ampliar nuestros pensamientos acerca de los temas potenciales de discusión (Vea Archive/Current_Events/2009-05-11). Desde los cuatro temas que había enlistado como semilla de la discusión, generamos casi cincuenta ideas. Después usamos una variante de PPCo? para definir cuatro temas del día, los cuales etiquetamos: Sugar Roadmap, Packaging Sugar, Marketing Roadmap, and the School Experience. Dentro de cada grupo, reiteramos el proceso de formar grupos de trabajo que estén encargados de informar acerca de las tareas y resultados finales. (Estaré publicando las notas de la reunión tan pronto como los grupos de secretarios me las envíen).

There have been several postings regarding Sugar Camp from the perspectives of the various attendees, e.g., David Farning's and Sean's posts. There was very positive feedback regarding the creativity process—we stretched ourselves and enriched the discussion as a result. And of course, it was great to spend time together. The downside was that we were not at all successful in engaging the on-line community in the process—in part due to technical difficulties (a flaky network) and in part by not have a good sense of how to do it. This is something we should work on in advance of the next gathering, which will likely be at LinuxTag in Berlin. Another downside was that we really could have used another day or two to go into more depth on some topics, particularly technical themes. A codefest as a follow-up to the weekend would have been ideal.

(There are photos from both days here and here and here.)

2. Tomeu, Marco, Bastian, and I formed one of the afternoon working groups. Our goal was to come up with some concrete suggestions regarding telling the Sugar story. We decided to start off with something pretty basic: the generation of more screencasts of Sugar from a wide variety of viewpoints, e.g., developers, teachers, students, etc. Both Chris Ball and the MediaMods team had written screencast activities that would merit some TLC. Meanwhile, Bastian helped me get xvidcap running on my machine (an HP laptop running Ubuntu Jaunty) so that I could make videos from sugar_jhbuild:

sudo apt-get install xvidcap

You can run xvidcap from within Sugar itself from the Terminal activity or, perhaps easier in the context of sugar_jhbuild, run it in parallel with Sugar.

I made a test video of the xo-color activity and posted the results to dailymotion.com with tags such as "Sugar" and "activity". I plan on creating a wide range of videos, showing everything from running activities to installing them to debugging them. Let's try to flood Dailymotion with great Sugar stories. (BTW, Dailymotion will automatically convert videos to OGG so that they will run within Sugar without the need for proprietary codecs.) Sebastien Adgnot has already set up an OLPC channel and will make a Sugar channel available as well.

Ayuda requerida

3. Necesitamos sus historias Sugar.

En la comunidad

4. El próximo Ceibal Jam en Uruguay será en dos semanas (Del 30 de Mayo al 6 de Junio en la Universidad de Montevideo). Están invitados programadores así como diseñadores, educadores, artistas, y cualquiera que quiera trabajar en el diseño, contenido, programación y pruebas de las actividades o de la mejora de las actividades existentes. ¿Quién viene de SugarLabs?

Tech Talk

5. Chris Ball announced on behalf of OLPC that they have decided to base the software release for the new XO-1.5 laptop on Fedora 11. They plan to use a full Fedora desktop build, booting into Sugar but giving users the option to switch into a standard GNOME install instead. (The new machines will have 1GB of RAM and 4GB of flash, so we have enough room for both environments at once.)

6. Chris also announced that Build 8.2.1-802 will be the final 8.2.1 Release for the OLPC XO-1 hardware (See Release notes and Instructions for upgrading to the 8.2.1 Release).

7. James Simmons has offered some good advice regarding "Creating Your First Sugar Activity."

Sugar Labs

8. Gary Martin has generated a SOM from the past week of discussion on the IAEP mailing list (Please see Image:2009-May-som-9-15.jpg).

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Sugar in the news

29 Apr 2009 El MercurioAsí se vivió la fiesta del software libre
27 Apr 2009 ostaticSugar on a Stick: Good for Kids' Minds (and School Budgets)
25 Apr 2009 Free Software MagazineThe Bittersweet Facts about OLPC and Sugar
24 Apr 2009 Ars TechnicaFirst taste: Sugar on a Stick learning platform
22 Apr 2009 BetanewsBeta of Live USB Sugar OS opens
27 Mar 2009 Mass High TechGoogle promotes summer open-source internships
18 Mar 2009 MetropolisA Good Argument
16 Mar 2009 Laptop MagazineSugar Labs’ New Version of Sugar Learning Platform Is Netbook and PC Ready
16 Mar 2009 Market WatchSugar Labs Nonprofit Announces New Version of Sugar Learning Platform for Children, Runs on Netbooks and PCs
14 Feb 2009 OLPC Learning Club – DCLearning Learning on a Stick
05 Feb 2009 xconomySugar Beyond the XO Laptop: Walter Bender on OLPC, Sucrose 0.84, and “Sugar on a Stick”
26 Jan 2009 Linus MagazineSugar Defies OLPC Cutbacks
19 Jan 2009 Feeding the PenguinsThe status of Sugar, post-OLPC
16 Jan 2009 OLPC NewsSugar on Acer Aspire One & Thin Client via LTSP
12 Jan 2009 Bill Kerrthoughts about olpc cutbacks
07 Jan 2009 Ars TechnicaOLPC downsizes half of its staff, cuts Sugar development
06 Jan 2009 OLPC NewsAn Inside Look at how Microsoft got XP on the XO
30 Dec 2008 OLPC NewsSugar Labs Status at Six Months
22 Dec 2008 The GNOME ProjectSugar Labs, the nonprofit behind the OLPC software, is joining the GNOME Foundation
16 Dec 2008 Feeding the PenguinsSugar git repository change
14 Dec 2008 NPRLaptop Deal Links Rural Peru To Opportunity, Risk (Part 2)
13 Dec 2008 NPRLaptops May Change The Way Rural Peru Learns (Part 1)
09 Dec 2008 SFCSugar Labs joins Conservancy
31 Oct 2008 Linux DevicesAn OLPC dilemma: Linux or Windows?
10 Oct 2008 Feeding the PenguinSugar on Ubuntu
21 Sep 2008 GroklawInterview with Walter Bender of Sugar Labs
17 Sep 2008 Bill KerrSugar Labs
16 Sep 2008 Open SourceSugar everywhere
28 Aug 2008 OLPC NewsAn answer to Walter Bender's question 22
20 Aug 2008 OLPC NewsSugarize it: Intel Classmate 2
08 Aug 2008 Investor's Business Daily'Learning' Vs. Laptop Was Issue
06 Aug 2008 OLPC NewsTwenty-three Questions on Technology and Education
18 Jul 2008 Bill Kerrevaluating Sugar in the developed world
28 Jun 2008 OLPC NewsA Cutting Edge Sugar User Interface Demo
18 Jun 2008 PC WorldOLPC Spin-off Developing UI for Intel's Classmate PC
17 Jun 2008 DatamationIf Business Succeeds with GNU/Linux, Why Not OLPC?
11 Jun 2008 LinuxInsiderThe Sweetness of Collaborative Learning
06 Jun 2008 Bill Kerruntangling Free, Sugar, and Constructionism
06 Jun 2008 Open EducationWalter Bender Discusses Sugar Labs Foundation
06 Jun 2008 BusinessWeekOLPC: The Educational Philosophy Controversy
05 Jun 2008 Code CultureThe Distraction Machine
05 Jun 2008 BusinessWeekOLPC: The Open-Source Controversy
27 May 2008 The New York TimesWhy Walter Bender Left One Laptop Per Child
26 May 2008 Ars TechnicaOLPC software maker splits from X0 hardware, goes solo
22 May 2008 BetaNewsLinux start-up Sugar Labs in informal talks with four laptop makers
16 May 2008 OSTATICOLPC's Open Source Sugar Platform Aims for New Hardware
16 May 2008 PCWorldBender Forms Group to Promote OLPC's Sugar UI
16 May 2008 MHTBender jumps from OLPC, founds Sugar Labs
16 May 2008 News.comSugar Labs will make OLPC interface available for Eee PC, others
16 May 2008 Feeding the PeguinsThe future of Sugar
16 May 2008 Sugar listA few thoughts on SugarLabs
16 May 2008 xconomyBender Creates Sugar Labs—New Foundation to Adapt OLPC’s Laptop Interface for Other Machines
16 May 2008 BBC'$100 laptop' platform moves on
15 May 2008 OLPC wikiDual-boot XO Claim: OLPC will not work to port Sugar to Windows.
16 May 2008 SoftpediaBender Launches Sugar Labs for Better Development of OLPC's Sugar UI

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