Marketing Team/Events/Sugarcamp Boston 2008
Participation is open to all Sugar and OLPC volunteers!
- Where: Cambridge MA, USA (exact location to be confirmed)
- When: November 17, 2008 - November 21, 2008
- C. Scott Ananian (speaker)
- Michael Stone (speaker)
- Chris Ball (speaker)
- Marco Gritti (Milan, Italy) (speaker)
- Tomeu Vizoso (Prague, Czech Republic) (speaker)
- Martin Langhoff (?) (speaker)
- Bernie Innocenti (Florence, Italy) (speaker)
- Walter Bender (at the end of the week) (speaker)
- Mel Chua (speaker)
- Wade Brainerd (Monday at least)
- Caroline Meeks
- David Farning
- Eben Eliason
- Greg de Koenigsberg
- Brian Jordan
- Edward Mokurai Cherlin (Silicon Valley)
- Greg S. Will try to stop by when I can. Waiting to see the agenda to figure out exactly when.
I'm first going to list all the proposals, then group them, then attempt to schedule them. If you're reading this page now, I'm still in the 'listing' phase.
- Journal, reloaded (C. Scott Ananian)
- Legacy compatibility (C. Scott Ananian]
- Improving antitheft (C. Scott Ananian)
- Update improvements (C. Scott Ananian)
- Security and isolation (C. Scott Ananian)
- Translation improvements (C. Scott Ananian)
- "Asynchronous internet" (C. Scott Ananian)
- Fedora integration (C. Scott Ananian)
- Printing support (C. Scott Ananian)
- Shutdown menu (Paul Fox)
- Clarifying zoom (Eben Eliason)
- Power (Chris Ball/Richard Smith)
- Dealing with low memory/OOM (Deepak Saxena)
- Filesystems (Deepak Saxena)
- Performance (Erik Garrison)
- Files (Erik Garrison)
- Forgotten tools (Michael Stone)
- Uruguay observations (Michael Stone)
- What's an "Activity"? (Michael Stone)
- Activities as Building Blocks (Michael Stone)
- Language learning on the XO (Chris Ball)
- Build Tools (Michael Stone)
- Desktop compatibility (Marco Gritti)
- Top Five performance problems (Marco Gritti)
- Web-based activities (Marco Gritti)
- View source everywhere (Tomeu Vizoso)
- Legacy compatibility (Sayamindu Dasgupta)
- i18n and l18n in 9.1 and beyond (Sayamindu Dasgupta)
- MouseTrap for Sugar (Carlos Mauro)
- Per-Country Sugar themes (Carlos Mauro)
- Usability testing (Carlos Mauro)
- Printing (Martin Langhoff)
- School Server Update (Martin Langhoff)
- Submitting homework (Mikus Grinbergs)
- Control Panel improvements (Mikus Grinbergs)
- Link local collaboration (Morgan Collett)
- Server based collaboration, removing Presence Service, File Transfer / Journal Object sharing (Morgan Collett)
- Textbooks (Edward Cherlin)
- Report Cards on XO (Yamandu Ploskonka)
- Portfolio (Walter Bender)
- Brainstorm: Making SugarLabs the easiest project ever to contribute to (Mel Chua)
- Sugar Labs Infrastructure, current status & planning (Bernie Innocenti)
- The Gospel According to Sugar. How do we make the Sugar message ubiquitous? (Greg de Koenigsberg)
These were donations made for the original XOcamp; the contributors need to be contacted to see whether they are willing to put the money towards a sugarcamp instead.
- User:CScott (cscott at cscott.net) has pledged $1000 for sugar developers
- Michael Stone (michael at laptop.org) has pledged $1000 for speakers
- Christoph ( christoph at olpcnews.com) has pledged $100 for anyone
- User:Ohshima (yoshiki at vpri.org) has pledged $50 for anyone
- An anonymous donor has pledged $800.
- Peter Robinson pledged $50.
- George Mavrothalassitis pledged $50.
- Gary (gary at garycmartin dot com) has paypaled $100 for sugar developers
- Bernie Innocenti has paypaled $42.42 as a symbolic gesture to fund sugar developers and supporters
These were people willing to host speakers during XOcamp; they need to be contacted regarding their willingness to host for Sugarcamp.
- Bill Bogstad can a twin bed in a basement. One person for the entire time period. Confirmed for Sugarcamp.
- Mel Chua (and Chris Carrick)
can take 2 guests(update: both mattresses in our guest room are full, we are housing two guests for Sugarcamp - hurrah!) We do live 15min walking from the airport for those with weird flight times who don't mind air mattresses or the sofa in the living room. (mel at laptop)
- The Acetarium and its dépendence reserved royal suites for their valued Italian attendees (bernie and marcopg).
- Tomeu is hosted by Adam and Seth, arriving the 16th at 9.45PM and leaving on the 23rd at 6.05PM.
Adopt a speaker!
These are out-of-town speakers (and links to their proposals) who could present at Sugarcamp.
Please feel free to add anyone I've missed; I just compiled this quickly by scanning emails to devel@ and sugar@ with 'Proposal' in the title. If you're one of the listed developers, please add your location and the approximate cost of airfare, if you can determine it -- or remove yourself if you've made a proposal but aren't actually interested in attending, or can donate your own travel costs. I tried to roughly sort by number of proposals made (talks to be given).
- Marco Pesenti Gritti (marcopg).
- Core Sugar developer
- Proposals: Desktop compatibility, Top Five performance problems, Web-based activities
- From: Milan, Italy. Cost: booked for US$542.
- Tomeu Vizoso
- Core Sugar developer
- Proposals: View source everywhere, others?
- From: Prague, Czech Republic Cost: booked for US$720
- Sayamindu Dasgupta (unmadindu)
- Sugar developer/Translation lead
- Proposals: Legacy compatibility, i18n and l18n in 9.1 and beyond
- From: Kolkata, India Cost: $1400
- Carlos Mauro
- Proposals: MouseTrap for Sugar, Per-Country Sugar themes, Usability testing
- From: ? Cost: ?
- Martin Langhoff
- School server developer
- Proposals: Printing, School Server Update
- From: ? Cost: ?
- Edward Cherlin
- Proposals: Textbooks
- From: Cupertino CA Cost: $300
- Yamandu Ploskonka?
- Proposals: Report Cards on XO
- From: ? Cost: ?