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  • ...at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) have just finished developing a world-geography game (Please see [http://code.google.com/p/rpiolpcs08/ RPI Geogra ...tivities). The presence-service is now able to properly manage buddies and activities from gadget views and update them according Gadget events.
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  • ...him stuff like this, and it's not the same as having broadcasted it to the world. :'''<bemasc>''' This is the open source world. Ultimately, what matters is the code.
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  • ...a do whit this Development Guide?... I've seen other deployment guides for activities. :'''<walter>''' They can help with Sur. We need all the world
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  • ...d a Sugar Activity (or Activities), with supporting materials/webpages and Activities developed as needed. ...dback on the multiple designs, and pick one, describing how they'd see the Activities used in their classrooms.
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  • ...Labs, its goals and the status of the various Sugar deployments around the world. They are keen to get more input for their report. Feel free to contact Nit ...d economic growth, but that has yet to take root in much of the developing world. Local groups are seeking funding for three years, after which they expect
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  • :'''<walter_>''' Greg: Can you work up a list of major events around the world we might consider approaching so that we don't remain so US/Europe-centric? :'''<_bernie>''' marcopg_: let's setup git hosting for activities and new modules. developers will be allowed to host their git trees on suga
    39 KB (7,263 words) - 08:35, 1 March 2011
  • :'''<marcopg>''' (ideally both activities and glucose would be hosted by sugar labs) :'''<marcopg>''' GNOME is doing small parties in many places around the world
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  • ...eer-editing exchange for bloggers would be easy to set up; it could make a world of difference in the quality of the writing, while not in any way impinging ...err wrote up some questions that I tried to answer in the wiki (See [[Talk:Activities/Turtle Art/Patching]]):
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  • :'''<walter>''' We need to host activities... :'''<tomeu>''' walter: so would be easier to host the gcompris activities?
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  • * Ask for use of World Bank teleconferencing network (80 locations around the world) [I have some experience with this--[[User:Mokurai|Mokurai]] 03:57, 24 Nove ...ions divided into tracks (some selection from topics like Constructionism, Activities, Glucose, Health, Textbooks, Content, Localization, Translation, Outreach..
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  • ...u want to help us bring the Sugar Learning Platform to children around the world. No prior experience with computers or educational technology is required - === Get Activities on the Stick ===
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  • ...GSoC, which should bias you towards easier projects such as [[#Stand-alone activities]]. But, if we had to rank this list in terms of priorities for Sugar, the [ ...atastores. However, it should work as a proof-of-concept with a variety of activities.
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  • ...to ensure every child in Afghanistan get the laptop and develop the Local Activities for [http://laptop.org OLPC] laptops that could revolutionize how we educat ...ry of Education, makes sure they are operational and uploads them with all activities (programs) specified.
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  • ...and developers and establish regional, autonomous "Sugar Labs" around the world <caroline> are there sponsors/volunteers we want to solicit around activities?
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  • ...hook aimed at some concern of the person listening. For liberals, save the world. For hard-headed business types, talk about creating new markets. For socia * How will it affect you when we can educate every child in the world? (14 words) [[User:Mokurai]]
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  • ** Using current Sugar Activities and tools ...nsider the day their child was born the happiest day in their life. In the world's wealthier countries, that is. In poorer countries, the day a child born i
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  • ...a primary tool in the emerging market and a second device in the developed world. In my talk, I suggested that the netbook was at the forefront of the emerg ...on was the hot topic—the Sugar model is attractive even in the developed world. And, as always, how to change the culture of learning in schools remains a
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  • ...ocal and regional technical and pedagogical support; creating new learning activities and pedagogical practice; providing localization and internationalization o ...tner with companies, ngos, universities, governments, etc to perform their activities, so may not be so important if they themselves are ngos or for-profit
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  • 2. OLPC's Change the World program: It is refreshing to read that OLPC is beginning to embrace program ...sugar-meeting. We'd appreciate more input from deployment teams around the world. There is a [[Deployment Team/Local_Lab_MOU|draft of a sample memorandum of
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  • ...we face and is essential if our children are to excel in an ever-changing world. Providing every child with the opportunity to learn learning will allow th ...pe, reinvent, and reapply both software and content into powerful learning activities. Learning can be focused on sharing, criticism, and exploration. We have a
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