[Sugar-devel] Private vs Public conversations.

Gonzalo Odiard gonzalo at laptop.org
Sat Oct 19 01:43:58 EDT 2013

Certainly is good know plans, and started a interesting discussion.
In eduJam and in Montevideo, I was talking with the new AC hackers,
and tried to convince them to work on sugar 0.100 instead of sugar 0.98.
Have a lot of sense try to work in the same code if possible,
and will be good for your plans of work on web activities.
May be we can look at the details, but I agree with you, we should try
avoid fragmentation.


On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 2:56 PM, David Farning <dfarning at activitycentral.com
> wrote:

> Over the past  couple of weeks there has been an interesting thread
> which started from AC's attempt to clarify our priorities for the next
> couple of months. One of the most interesting aspects has been the
> interplay between private/political vs. public/vision discussions.
> There seem to be several people and organizations with overlapping yet
> slightly different goals. Is there interest in seeing how these people
> and organizations can work together towards a common goal? Are we
> happy with the current degree of fragmentation?
> I fully admit my role in the current fragmentation. One of the reasons
> I started AC was KARMA. At the time I was frustrated because I felt
> that ideas such as karma were being judged on who controlled or
> received credit for them instead of their value to deployments. We
> hired several key sugar hackers and forked Sugar to work on the
> problem.
> While effective at creating a third voice in the ecosystem, (The
> association has shifted more effort towards supporting deployments and
> Sugar Labs via OLPC-AU is up streaming many of our deployment specific
> patches) my approach was heavy handed and indulgent... and I apologize
> for that.
> --
> David Farning
> Activity Central: http://www.activitycentral.com
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