[sugar] notes from the field - Mongolia
nia at laptop.org
Wed Oct 8 14:08:50 EDT 2008
That was a really nice welcome. I work with Elana and the learning team
here at OLPC and one thing we are trying to do is increase communications
between our group and the technical side of the house. It seems the best
way to communicate this information from the field is to use the mailing
list that reaches the people creating the technology.
Perhaps I am out of the loop but all of the people who have chimed in here
are active participants in this project and are just as devoted and
dedicated as you and I. To suggest they are uninformed seems a little
harsh. If you have better suggestions as to how we should communicate the
issues we find in the field and work toward fixing them, please let me
"Marco Pesenti Gritti" <mpgritti at gmail.com>
10/07/08 12:08 PM
"Erik Garrison" <erik at laptop.org>
"elana langer" <elana.langer at gmail.com>, "Reuben K. Caron"
<reuben at laptop.org>, "Julia Reynolds" <julia at laptop.org>, "Tyler Williams"
<tylerw at mit.edu>, sugar at lists.laptop.org, "Nia Lewis" <nia at laptop.org>,
devel at lists.laptop.org
Re: [sugar] notes from the field - Mongolia
On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 6:33 PM, Erik Garrison <erik at laptop.org> wrote:
> How are we going to rectify the general slowness of our user interface?
> It may not be enough to work on the performance problem from within the
> existing framework. How will we know if this is the case?
We will spend more time profiling and understanding the system and
less in uninformed mailing list discussions.
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