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I'm also board member and co-founder in 2008 of  the [http://olpc-france.org OLPC France grassroot].
 
I'm also board member and co-founder in 2008 of  the [http://olpc-france.org OLPC France grassroot].
  
OLPC France launch and maintain since 2009 a deployment of 200 XO-1/1.5 laptops in Madagascar on the [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_Madagascar/Nosy_Komba Nosy Komba Island].
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OLPC France launch and maintain from 2009 to 2018 a deployment of 200 XO-1/1.5 laptops in Madagascar on the [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_Madagascar/Nosy_Komba Nosy Komba Island].
  
OLPC France launched also a small deployment of 50 XO-1.5 laptops in Saint-Denis (Paris suburb) between 2012 and 2014 and a deployment of 25 XO-4 laptops in Saint-Ouen (Paris suburb) in 2015-2016. Currently we hold a [http://sugarizer.org Sugarizer] deployment on 25 Android tablets in Saint-Ouen.
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OLPC France launched also a small deployment of 50 XO-1.5 laptops in Saint-Denis (Paris suburb) between 2012 and 2014 and a deployment of 25 XO-4 laptops in Saint-Ouen (Paris suburb) in 2015-2016. Currently we hold a [http://sugarizer.org Sugarizer] deployment of 480 Android tablets in [[Sugarizer Saint-Ouen deployment|Saint-Ouen]].
  
 
OLPC France promote One Laptop Per Child philosophy, Sugar and open source software and is also a reproducible association based on [http://movecommons.org Move Commons philosophy] so all our way of working is fully transparent and documented [http://olpc-france.org/wiki/index.php/Association].
 
OLPC France promote One Laptop Per Child philosophy, Sugar and open source software and is also a reproducible association based on [http://movecommons.org Move Commons philosophy] so all our way of working is fully transparent and documented [http://olpc-france.org/wiki/index.php/Association].
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OLPC France organized three SugarCamp in Paris in 2009, 2011 and 2014.
 
OLPC France organized three SugarCamp in Paris in 2009, 2011 and 2014.
  
I'm the author of 8 Sugar activities [http://activities.sugarlabs.org/en/sugar/user/1454]. I'm also the author and the main contributor of [http://sugarizer.org Sugarizer], a way to deploy Sugar on any device.  
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OLPC France was closed in 2018 and reborn in 2019 with the name of Eduvelopers.
  
OLPC France launched in 2017 two deployments of Sugarizer on Android tablets in Saint-Ouen (25 Lenovo Tablets) and in Stains (10 Lenovo Tablets).
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I'm the author of 8 Sugar activities [http://activities.sugarlabs.org/en/sugar/user/1454]. I'm also the author and the lead developer of [http://sugarizer.org Sugarizer], a port of Sugar on any device.  
  
Finally I was mentor for SugarLabs during Google Summer of Code 2013 to 2018 and I was mentor for Google Code-In in 2015 to 2018.
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Finally I was mentor for SugarLabs during Google Summer of Code 2013 to 2019 and I was mentor for Google Code-In in 2015 to 2019.

Latest revision as of 09:45, 17 December 2019

My name is Lionel Laské. I'm member of SugarLabs Oversight Board since 2015. My github account is llaske.

I'm also board member and co-founder in 2008 of the OLPC France grassroot.

OLPC France launch and maintain from 2009 to 2018 a deployment of 200 XO-1/1.5 laptops in Madagascar on the Nosy Komba Island.

OLPC France launched also a small deployment of 50 XO-1.5 laptops in Saint-Denis (Paris suburb) between 2012 and 2014 and a deployment of 25 XO-4 laptops in Saint-Ouen (Paris suburb) in 2015-2016. Currently we hold a Sugarizer deployment of 480 Android tablets in Saint-Ouen.

OLPC France promote One Laptop Per Child philosophy, Sugar and open source software and is also a reproducible association based on Move Commons philosophy so all our way of working is fully transparent and documented [1].

OLPC France organized three SugarCamp in Paris in 2009, 2011 and 2014.

OLPC France was closed in 2018 and reborn in 2019 with the name of Eduvelopers.

I'm the author of 8 Sugar activities [2]. I'm also the author and the lead developer of Sugarizer, a port of Sugar on any device.

Finally I was mentor for SugarLabs during Google Summer of Code 2013 to 2019 and I was mentor for Google Code-In in 2015 to 2019.