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Revision as of 10:03, 19 November 2008

Monday the 17th

Reacquaintance day

Time CIC Training Room Other locations
0900 Pre-meeting (room unavailable) Early birds contact Bernie
1000
1100
1200 Lunch
1300
1400 Opening / Introductions / Free hacking
1500
1600
1700 Quick dinner
1800 Sugarcamp hackathon (Mel Chua)
1900
2000
2100

Tuesday the 18th

Content & collaboration day

Time CIC Training Room
0900 Opening, free gathering
1000 Learn about Collaboration - Presence/Collaboration architecture and state of implementation (Guillaume Desmottes, Morgan Collett)
1100 OLE Overview, Content Tools, and Collaboration w/ the Sugar Community. (Jim Krzywicki, Chris Rowe)
1200 Lunch
1300 OLE / Sugar eBook reader (Bernie)
1400 Planning about Collaboration - Gadget, Cerebro, Asynchronous Collaboration (Guillaume, Morgan, Brendan, Eben)

http://people.collabora.co.uk/~cassidy/talks/sugar-camp-futur-of-collab.pdf

1500
1600 The Medium is The Message in teacher training, content creation and collaboration (Yama Ploskonka)
1700 Dinner
1800
1900 Uruguay report (User:Cjb, User:MStone)
2000 Collaboration requirements roundup (User:Ben)
2100 Hacking on Collaboration

Wednesday the 19th

Presentation day

See Sugarcamp/Proposals for the list of proposed talks, by speaker. Speakers are encouraged to fill in below with more details on what you plan to discuss or leave out, so that attendees can lobby you to change your mind!

Hour-long "topic" slots will probably be given 15 minutes per speaker, with 15 at the end for questions and discussion. For half-hour "person" slots, it is suggested that the speaker plan a 15-20 minute talk and leave 5-10 minutes for discussion, and 5 minutes to handover to the next speaker.

Time CIC Training Room
0900 Teacher Training (Yamandu)
1000 Desktop "legacy" compatibility (Marco, C. Scott, Sayamindu by phone?) slides
1100 Ed Cherlin, What has fallen through the cracks?
1200 Lunch
1300
1400 Marco Gritti / Activities as building blocks (User:MStone)
1500 Martin Langhoff
1600 Internationalization (C. Scott, Chris Ball, Sayamindu, Yamandu neologisms, localization infrastructure)
1700 Dinner
1800
1900 Community (Mel Chua (maybe) / Greg DeK / Yamandu the Art of list management)
2000 C. Scott Ananian
2100 Sugar Labs infrastructure (Bernie) / Forgotten tools (Michael Stone)

FYI: There is a talk at Harvard that may be of interest to some people on Weds eve. These are local organizations that are creating some of the more interesting eLearning activities.

The Digital Revolution and the Future of Teaching and Learning to be held on Wednesday, November 19th, 6pm-8pm in Larsen Hall G-08. Conveners for the panel are Chris Dede and Joe Blatt. Panelists include:

Thursday the 20th

Road ahead day

Time CIC Training Room
0900 How Sugar Labs could better work with OLPC in satisfying their customers. (Greg Smith)
1000
1100
1200 Lunch
1300 Sugar on a stick and LTSP (Caroline, Brendan)
1400
1500 Brainstorm: OLPC 9.1 draft roadmap and priorities (Ed McNierney)
1600
1700 Brainstorm: Sugar 0.84 roadmap and priorities (Marcopg)
1800
1900 Free hacking Talk @ Harvard (Nicholas Negroponte)
2000
2100

Friday the 21st

Guest stars day

Time Charles Meeting Room (15th Floor)
0900 Portfolio (Walter/Evangelina)
1000 Sugar Labs planning - Members, Partners, and Local Labs (Walter and David)
1100
1200 Lunch
1300 UI Brainstorm (Christian Schmidt, Eben Eliason)
1400
1500 Sugar Labs planning - Mission and Message (Walter, GregDeK?)
1600
1700
1800 What Schools are doing, and how we can help (Warren & Brendan, Resara)
1900 Pub
2000
2100

Saturday the 22nd

Geek amusement park day

Time Media Lab
1000 Free hacking
1100
1200 Lunch
1300
1400 OLPC / Sugar Labs coordination meeting
1500
1600
1700 Brainstorm: Making SugarLabs the easiest project ever to contribute to (Mel Chua)
1800
1900 Party
2000
2100