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  • ...s should stimulate the downstream community to contribute to this upstream community project, facilitating reuse of its experience in all other downstreams; ...ommunity project as a collection of useful tools, created and supported by community contributors, that might be composed into a final deployment solution on pu
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  • ...our expectation in SL. We should be inclusive, but in attempting to define community, we will also be defining implicit roles that members play.
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  • ===What would regional Sugar Labs like/need from the global Sugar Labs community?===
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  • #REDIRECT [[Translation Community Manager]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Translation-Community Manager]]
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  • From the community: GrannieB, Quozl`, icarito, aguirrea GrannieB proposed editing a newsletter to elicit excitement from the community and increase membership.
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  • |+ Community Servers ! server name !! community !! comments !! sysadmin contact
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  • ...of high quality professional development materials for teachers, parents, community outreach and training ...rld to foster a feeling in workshop participants of being part of a global community
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  • per Child Project (OLPC). The Sugar community now has an active global Sugar community will work to accelerate the adoption of the Sugar
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  • === In the community ===
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  • Community members including: John Tierney ...ry for Sugar Labs advisors/educators/friends; nominations welcome from the community
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  • ...e contact person for other teams, contributors and people from outside the community. * Community Manager
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  • * Community (8) * built by a global community of volunteers that anyone can join
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  • ...re insight into both the goals of and processes employed by the SkoleLinux community. It was also a chance to meet in person some long-time collaborators and th ...Skolelinux would be both an appropriate interface into the greater Debian community and a way for us to get more insight and help in regard to packaging Sugar
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  • == The Effectiveness of a FLOSS-like Learning Community in Formal Educational Settings == ...hase2 report d1 som.jpg|thumb|220px|Effectiveness of a FLOSS-like Learning Community in Formal Educational Settings [[Sugar Labs/SOM|SOM]] from report text.]]
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  • The mission of the Documentation team is to provide the Sugar community with high quality documentation, including learners' manuals, programming r
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  • ...—combine the best aspects from the pool. Bring your proposals to the community, developers, and potential mentors (not limited to [[Summer_of_Code/Mentors == Community-building ideas ==
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  • Sugar Labs maintains a number of mailing lists for community discussions. You can access these lists by visiting [http://lists.sugarlabs ...sts.sugarlabs.org/archive/community-news/ contains all of the posts to the Community News list. The archive is linked to from the list page.
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  • Sugar is useful only to the extent it is used by the learning community. == Community ==
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  • ===In the community===
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  • Community members including: Bernie Innocenti : Walter has solicited from the community input and feedback from both the IAEP and OLPC-SUR lists
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  • Community members including: kaametza (Laura Vargas), keynote2k (Tony Sebro) : we solicit from the community things that would like from a New Org that have been difficult to achieve w
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  • Some community members (including sdziallas and dirakx) attended the meeting. ...Labs/Governance/Trademark#Sugar_Trademark_Policy|changes]] to run past the community and the SFC.
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  • # Recruit and mentor activity developers from the community. ...ty and activity feature ideas from the [[Education Team]], deployments and community.
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  • A number of community members attended the meeting. '''Action:''' Walter agreed to notify the community and update the slobs@ list.
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  • The second goal is to provide a mechanism for resolving conflicts in the community when they arise. The third goal of the Code of Conduct is to make our community welcoming to people from different backgrounds. Diversity is critical to th
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  • From the community: SeanDaly
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  • ...ould need to download Sugar on a Stick, I think it would be good if we had community involved and able to help with running it in more than just English and hel ...it give us feedback on their experience and can ask questions of the Sugar community. If people are having installation problems we divert them to IRC channel
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  • ...y journey as Google Code In participant and then got officially became the community member in 2017.Serving as a Google Code In Mentor, GSOC Mentor and ceremoni ...ke that there is a need of a strong foundation for making the hands of the community to expand and span the entire world with creation and innovation.
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  • :[[Fedora 29]] - Release-specific community notes
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  • 1. [http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/72690 Microsoft To Open Source Windows] was the April Fools' Day spoof ===In the community===
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  • ...ar Labs wiki, and to help the Sugar Labs teams and the greater educational community to collaborate effectively.
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  • To be a welcoming global community where anyone can learn how to develop high-quality libre software that faci ...ugar learning platform]]; it is a support base and gathering place for the community of educators and developers to create, extend, teach, and learn with the Su
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  • ...he Deployment Team is to voice the needs of Sugar deployments to the Sugar community, to find ways to support those needs, to organize forums for the exchange o
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  • * Bi-directional communication with the global Sugar community and other Sugar Labs * A program to reach out to local free-software community and local industry
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  • ...In the meantime, the students will be getting to know their way around the community. We'll have regular meetings with the students every Friday in IRC at a tim === In the community ===
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  • ;Want to help?: Welcome to the Sugar Labs community! We are contributors of all types - teachers, writers, coders, designers, t === Community News ===
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  • * [[/Improve communication/]] within and across SLOB and Community. * [[/Outreach to Maker community/]]
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  • ==SL Community Bugsquad== ...n the Bugsquad; in fact it is a great way to return something to the Sugar community if you cannot program. The squad is modeled on the gnome bugsquad: http://d
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  • ====You and the community==== ...d be yours. The other two should be answers from members of the Sugar Labs community, at least one of whom should be a Sugar Labs GSoC mentor. Provide email con
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  • Community members including: JT4sugar, erikos, raffael, lfaraone ...in Germany. Erikos and Raffael agreed to discuss the matter with the local community and report back at the next meeting.
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  • The mission of the oversight board is to ensure that the Sugar Labs community has clarity of purpose and the means to collaborate in achieving its goals.
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  • ...out "one right way" to teach, we must have consensus around our goals as a community or our efforts will become too diffuse to be of any practical use; we are n ...ly available to learners everywhere. This would suggest that the developer community continues to strive to make it “simple” to create and share Sugar activ
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  • Community members including: John Tierney, Alexandro Colorado, Harriet Vidyasagar ...alo, Walter, Erikos, and Manuq will discuss details and report back to the community
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  • === Community jams, meet-ups, and meetings === ...nity. Please see his post, “Mono on Sugar for dummies”, on the French .NET community site (http://www.techheadbrothers.com/Articles.aspx/developper-mono-xo).
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  • Some community members attended the meeting. We had general discussion of the state of maintainers within the Sugar community. It was pointed out that we have maintainers being supported by OLPC, Colla
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  • ...AZUCAR] and Sugar Labs's [[Platform Team]] in collaboration with the Sugar community. ...language support and content distribution among peers and the wider Sugar community.
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  • ...va.us Arlington Public Schools] and [http://www.nvcc.edu Northern Virginia Community College], possibilities will be open for vertically integrated projects inv ...vement with the [http://python.org Python Programming Language] and Python community. The list of projects in which we have been involved include:
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  • Some community members (including lfarone) attended the meeting. '''Action:''' cjb and SeanDaly will draft some new TM and run it past the community for review.
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  • ...eview release for [http://realness.org OLPC Realness Summit] || In-house + community testers ...> Jun 12 || Alpha2 || Feature-complete alpha release || In-house + community testers
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  • # Start working on a [[Deployment Team/Guide to community outreach|Guide to community outreach]]
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  • | Random Community guy | OLPC QA (community testing)<br/>SL volunteer (welcome-wagon)
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  • ===You and the community=== ...d be yours. The other two should be answers from members of the Sugar Labs community, at least one of whom should be a Sugar Labs GSoC mentor. Provide email con
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  • Community members including: acaire11, raffael, gonzalo Acaire11 will make a formal proposal for travel support for two community members.
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  • Once more, I also encourage you to solicit contestants from our user community. Last year, we had great contributions from the Uruguay deployment. I am ho === In the community ===
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  • ;In the community: GrannieB, kaametza, aguirrea, pikurasa ...ew members and thanked Gonzalo, Daniel, and Chris for their service to the community.
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  • Some community members attended the meeting, including: [scs],christophd, silbe, tch, gary ...p an explanatory note and walter will circulate the change in rules to the community
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  • ...ould need to download Sugar on a Stick, I think it would be good if we had community involved and able to help with running it in more than just English and hel ...it give us feedback on their experience and can ask questions of the Sugar community. If people are having installation problems we divert them to IRC channel (
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  • Improve communication within and across SLOB and Community.
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  • ...ugar Labs tools usage, including helping to bring more contributors to the community. * Liaise between other FLOSS organizations and the Sugar Labs community
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  • A community catalyst makes things happen within a community, even though the actors and the happenings themselves are beyond what the C
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  • == Community Members == Several community members made motions in the midst of discussion of the Translation Coordina
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  • From the community: ignacio, andresaguirre, tch__, cynthia solomon, garyservin, AlanJAS
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  • ...84). This is the second major release since Sugar Labs was founded and the community has shown great discipline in keeping to the release schedule while simulta ...the Journal, and universal "view source", activated by "Shift-Alt-V". The community has also been busy enhancing Sugar Activities (Fructose). Old favorites hav
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  • ...ow many patches have been contributed by Sugar end-users, I responded that community members have contributed patches but that I was unaware of any patches cont ...irement to be a member of Sugar Labs is to engage with the project and the community. This can be as simple as asking a question.
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  • ...gn Team]], fixing bugs as they are found by the Testing team and the Sugar community, and generally making Sugar awesome in all ways.
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  • ...feature policy is to make systematic and predictable the process by which community ideas on how Sugar should evolve get transformed into actionable proposals. ...n't be tied to Sucrose release cycle, but it provides a nice framework for community feedback and makes clear the roles of ideation, implementation, and packagi
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  • ...es (Sugar, SOAS, Sugarizer) appear as disjointed efforts by a loosely-knit community.
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  • {{Special:PrefixIndex/Community/Distributions/}}
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  • ...o, building a diverse community and leading the design team at Open Source Community Africa, a movement that promotes and educates everything open source within Working with the engagement team at GNOME on scalable onboarding for the community, I've tried to make OSS great for newbies.
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  • NOTE TO COMMUNITY: Please add to our [[Google_Code-In_2012|task lists]] and please recruit pa ...t this morning. I am looking forward to growing participation in the Sugar community. (Note to CJL: they are very interested in providing Rarámuri language sup
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  • Community members: Martin Abente
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  • ...s to become involved in the FLOSS Manual [http://en.flossmanuals.net/write community] rather then contribute directly to Sugar Labs user documentation.
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  • ...your own helpful comments on other application's talk pages; and any other community tasks such as bug triage or wiki cleanup. Feel free to call attention to an
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  • Sugar Summits are where the Sugar community gathers in person to discuss the project.
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  • ...s not in Pootle yet, send email to the localization list or to Translation Community Manager [mailto:cjl@sugarlabs.org Chris Leonard].
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  • ...an interface for user's to input their own faqs, and community members for community driven faqs (which get higher priority) through the internet. :As an irc-bot, it would live on a server, and would get only community driven updates. The bot would respond to any question it thinks is a nice m
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  • ...needs of OLPC and the long-term goals and the relationship to the learning community:'' ...these efforts will be instrumental in our ability to reach a broader user community;''
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  • ==Community== ====Impact on the community====
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  • ==Community== ====Impact on the community====
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  • Some community members (including sdziallas and dogi) attended the meeting. ...expected that cjb and SeanDaly would draft some new TM and run it past the community for review. This was not completed, but nonetheless we spent most of the me
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  • === In the community ===
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  • <noinclude>{{TeamHeader|Sugar Labs|home=Community Home|meeting_link=Events|meeting_label=Events Calendar}}</noinclude>__TOC__ Sugar has a growing community that is ready to help you. Because users and contributors span the globe, a
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  • # Understand that Sugar is a Community Project supported by volunteers # Have an initial engagement with the Community
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  • * Create a local community devoted to the Sugar Labs principles, making Sugar more open and sustainabl ...for communication,between the local communities and the global Sugar Labs community
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  • The only thing better than Sugar is the Sugar community. ===In the community===
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  • == Drupal-OLPC community == There is a community of Drupal hackers who are deeply interested in the OLPC project and doing s
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  • Community members including: kaametza, bkuhn, keynote2k, jt4sugar ...to thank Bernie Innocenti and Mel Chua for their dedicated service to the community in their role as members of the oversight board.
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  • ...in Sugar in Colombia is on the rise, so it is great that there is a local community that can offer support. === In the community ===
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  • *http://somosazucar.status.net/ - Somos Azucar community microblog ===Possible tools for a new community site===
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  • === In the community === ...GNOME accessibility features, making it difficult to leverage the broader community's accessibility efforts.
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  • ..., including Teachers, Developers, Students, and everyone in the Sugar Labs Community. At the end, we are all learners. Please be free to add your own profile!
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  • ===In the community=== ...ecerra. We spent much of our time discussing how to better coordinate with community efforts in Peru. Oscar is organizing a meeting -- tentatively scheduled for
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  • ...ive exercise, with several inputs, so that we can capture the views of the community and beyond
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  • From the community: Quozl`
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  • === In the community ===
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  • ====You and the community==== ...d be yours. The other two should be answers from members of the Sugar Labs community, at least one of whom should be a Sugar Labs GSoC mentor. Provide email con
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  • ...please share your proposal with potential mentors and members of the Sugar community whom might be able to offer advice. ===You and the community===
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  • ...ears. I believe that open-source activity is nice way to "pay" for this to community. <h1>How will I keep the community informed of me progress and any problems or questions I might have over the
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  • See the Community [[Sugar Labs/FAQ|FAQ]] for more answers.
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  • === In the community ===
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  • From the community: tch__, ignacio, noemu, quidam, satellit, Quozl`
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  • ...501(c)3 corporation, serves as a support base and gathering place for the community of educators and software developers who want to extend the [[What is Sugar
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  • ...professional, disciplined, and equitable manner. Good governance lets the community engage in discourse and provides a transparent mechanism for arbitration in ...er of the Oversight Board, the Community Members shall elect a replacement Community Member to serve on the Oversight Board. The Oversight Board shall meet at l
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  • ...ed in the developer community, we are, IMHO, under represented by our user community.
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  • To be effective, the members of the Sugar Labs community must to work together; our code of conduct lays down the "ground rules" for ...—discovery, collaboration, and reflection—are central to the way the Sugar community operates.
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  • I serve the community in many ways from contributing codes, helping to maintain membership commit ...come in. I know there is some technical demands, but the idea is to form a community educators with Sugar as a core.
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  • * [[Community/Distributions/Sweets#Installation]]
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  • * understanding how community works -> make it better at Sugar Labs (find quick wins, proof-points) * engage community via IAEP and Sugar to harness people
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  • A number of community members attended the meeting.
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  • ====You and the community==== ...d be yours. The other two should be answers from members of the Sugar Labs community, at least one of whom should be a Sugar Labs GSoC mentor. Provide email con
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  • === In the Community ===
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  • ...holas Negroponte in ZDNET earlier this week that have caused a stir in the community. It is remarkable (to me) that there is still such confusion between operat ...s and freedom to explore and express lead to a vibrant, inventive learning community.
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  • ...d one that I find incredibly fascinating. Leveraging the power of a global community of developers to critique and help out with code and make the world better! ==You and the community==
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  • ...ar Labs has confidence in their skills. This would suggest that there be a community-based process in place.) ...highly-regarded assessment programme developed by the international Moodle community." We have no such rigorous Sugar assessment program, but perhaps the Activi
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  • ...caroline, bemasc, CanoeBerry, SeanDaly, mtd, lfaraone, bogstad, and other community members. :* "Should 'Sugar on a Stick' be a phrase that SL asks its community to avoid using unless they refer to the SoaS-Fedora distribution?"
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  • ...r Labs @ NDSU is to foster a culture of smarter computing in the Fargo, ND community by distributing Sugar and supporting the creation of games and activities t ...grees to abide by the principles of Free Software, open communication, and community participation;
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  • ...o an Open University report on "the effectiveness of a FLOSS-like learning community in formal educational settings" (Please see === Community jams and meetups ===
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  • === In the community ===
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  • From the community: cjl, icarito, karenesq, kaametza, tch__, ignacio, Quozl`, JT4sugar
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  • # Let people understand that Sugar is a Community Project and that we would like their help # Invite users to join the community by asking a question
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  • ...ow sharing of media files.It would also be used as a platform to develop a community radio http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Xoradio #Community Testing
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  • ...consistent user experience across all of its activities; but our learning community should not have artificial walls and ceiling. ...ure and dependencies, but that we clearly should make it clear to our user community that certain activities are supported. We'll be discussing the details at o
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  • Many thanks to the Sugar community. ...ion of Adobe Flash support on the laptop.org developer list that the Sugar community may find interesting. Please see these threads [http://lists.laptop.org/pip
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  • ...e community can build. Long-term maintenance and growth will come from our community. A goal for Sucrose 0.90 is to have a well-defined set of features, propose ===In the community===
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  • ;Community members: Bertf, Quozl ...was to not give Caryl a warning, but to call for a more polite tone in the community in general. I also tried to make Laura and others aware of how impolite or
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  • ...usiasm for Sugar and interest in connecting the young end of our developer community with kids in Norway. I came back to Boston and almost immediately headed to === In the community ===
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  • 2. One of the pleasures of working in the Sugar community is that you get thoughtful feedback on your work from a wide range of peopl === In the community ===
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  • <noinclude>{{TeamHeader|Sugar Labs|home=Community Home|meeting_link=Events|meeting_label=Events Calendar}}</noinclude>__TOC__ * [[olpc:Community Jabber Servers]]
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  • ===In the community===
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  • === Community jams, meet-ups, and meetings === ...inux.conf.au in Hobart. It is an open discussion to explore strategies for community development and paths forward for OLPC and Sugar in the region. We expect a
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  • “In 10 years or less, Sugar Labs is a solid global friendly libre software community where you can learn to design, develop, deploy and support high-quality sel ...06 at OLPC, and in 2009 Sugar Labs was established in service to the Sugar community as a volunteer-led and non-profit project.
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  • ...derway. We have a very strong candidate list that spans the breadth of the community. You should have received a ballot by email. Please vote before 29 November ===In the community===
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  • ...d Portfolio (a previous effort to make learning visible) inspire the Sugar community to put more effort not just into gathering data for school administrators, === In the community ===
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  • ...t its best: a local team working to solve a local problem by building upon community resources and enhancing those resources for everyone. This is a model for g ...practices -- I've gotten great feedback on my Python programming from the community -- I am trying to better isolate the various objects that I expect users wi
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  • ...hat didn't require a lot of maintenance and support by the Sugar developer community. Hence, a connection to an existing FOSS platform would be attractive. ...nt. This repository of information will be hugely beneficial for the Sugar community.
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  • effort is put into teacher training, community support, and outreach. our community.
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  • ...-Community Manager, and he leads and co-ordinates the efforts of the Sugar community to enable users to experience Sugar in their own language. When possible, I18n and specific language help arranged by the Translation-Community Manager enables Sugar users to perform this localization on their own lapto
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  • ...are'', provide access to varieties of ''Content'' created within the Sugar community, such as Sugar activities, artifacts derived from Sugar activities, books, ...sing ''Base Software'', provide the collaborative functionality to support community ''Social activity'' centered around the ''Content''.
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  • ...ar Labs wiki, and to help the Sugar Labs teams and the greater educational community to collaborate effectively.
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  • ...back, and wait for miracles to happen. The sustained efforts of the Sugar community and the enormous investment in support made by the various deployment teams ===In the community===
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  • ===Getting connected to the Sugar community=== ==Getting Sugar into your classroom or community==
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  • ====You and the community==== ...d be yours. The other two should be answers from members of the Sugar Labs community, at least one of whom should be a Sugar Labs GSoC mentor. Provide email con
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  • See the Community [[Sugar Labs/FAQ|FAQ]] for more answers.
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  • Many thanks to Simon, our release manager, and the many community members who have contributed to this release, including Sascha Silbe and Al ===In the community===
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  • ...with notes from the Sugar Labs community. (The digest is also sent to the community-news at sugarlabs.org list, blogged at [http://walterbender.org/ walterbend ...doubtedly a lot of disappointed students (and mentors -- we have seventeen community members who have signed up). But we have six great students/projects so the
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  • ...wikis and blogs, with the goal of the teachers becoming part of the Sugar community. ...developers is a great opportunity for learning and a great way to grow the community.
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  • ;Community members: ignacio, kaametza, ifeanyimatthew, samsongoddy, Ifeanyimatthew, Ty ...develop, distribute, and support Sugar with the help of a global volunteer community of contributors. Sugar Labs provides Sugar in two forms: Sugar for personal
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  • 1. A dear friend and mentor, [http://community.adn.com/adn/node/141909 Henry Aristide “Red” Boucher], died yesterday a 2. Thanks to the extraordinary efforts of Sebastian Dziallas and the Sugar community, Sugar Labs announces the availability of Sugar on a Stick, codenamed "Stra
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  • ====You and the community==== ...d be yours. The other two should be answers from members of the Sugar Labs community, at least one of whom should be a Sugar Labs GSoC mentor. Provide email con
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  • ...children, and even some parents. Sugar, GNU/Linux and OLPC volunteers and community members has also been present everywhere I have gone. ...had a chance to hold a workshop on hacking Sugar with the local GNU/Linux community; we covered a lot of ground and managed to submit a patch by the end of eve
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  • ...participating in what I personally find to be one of the most exhilarating community activities we engage in. I am especially pleased that this year Google is a ...surance, etc. Participants will learn a great deal, have fun, and help our community grow. Contact me for more details.
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  • ...on January 22, 2009, an [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_Rochester,_NY OLPC Community SIG] was starting. At this initial meeting [[User:KRobinson| Karlie Robins On February 26, 2009 it was settled. The Rochester NY OLPC Community SIG and Professor Jacobs class would participate in the Math4 project.
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  • ===In the community=== ...testing. While we have some great testing resources and individuals in the community, having someone who is actively coordinating these efforts would make a hug
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  • ...ki.meego.com/Proposal_for_Best_Practices_for_working_in_a_MeeGo_team MeeGo community's practice]. Please, share your experience. ...downloadable, preferably during a conference with a large number of Sugar community members in attendance, or in a co-ordinated hackfest or summit.
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  • ...his helps the students to not only connect with mentors but the Sugar Labs community at large. ...vise all students to post weekly progress to the mailing list and keep the community updated. In Addition to that, we expect students to be in constant touch wi
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  • .../ Google Code-in] begins 7 December. We have more than 20 mentors from the community and about 250 tasks defined across 5 categories: documentation, quality ass === In the Community ===
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  • == You and the community == ...d be yours. The other two should be answers from members of the Sugar Labs community, at least one of whom should be a Sugar Labs GSoC mentor. Provide email con
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  • ...g the selected projects, you will continue to contribute to the Sugar Labs community. === In the Community ===
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  • ...regions as well. Kiko Momayorga hosted a gathering at Escuelab to discuss community engagement more deeply. It was a chance for me to meet Anita Say Chan, Juan ...ode/2012|a page in the wiki]] for aggregating project ideas. Anyone in the community is welcome to make suggestions regarding a project that you think would mak
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