seth at laptop.org
Tue Jun 10 18:19:31 EDT 2008
Great! We always need more volunteers and grassroots supporters in new
countries. OLPC is throwing a grassroots conference this week in Boston and
this weekend in NYC. One of the issues we're working on fixing is a
handbook/guide for grassroots volunteers such as yourself start moving
As far as Uganda: there is currently
http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_Ugandawhich appears to be a fellow
volunteer who wants to get a project started.
The user was active on our wiki as of late May, so he is likely still
At the end of the event and as the week progresses we will be putting some
of our results and findings on this mailing list and on the wiki. If you're
in NYC you're more than welcome to come join us this weekend:
Seth Woodworth, OLPC intern
On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 6:09 PM, Jon Chamberlain <jonachamberlain at gmail.com>
> I am moving my family to Uganda, and one of my goals for the trip is to use
> my skills and knowledge for community-development initiatives. I have
> already made a few good contacts in Uganda through the nabuur.comcommunity project site, but many of them seem to focus on 'recycling' old
> computers for community-based projects across the country.
> However, as someone with a good technical background, a pro-'open source'
> attitude and a career in IT project management, I wondered if there an
> opportunity to become an advocate for the OLPC programme in Uganda?
> Is anyone working on OLPC in Uganda? If not, how would I get something off
> the ground?
> Grassroots mailing list
> Grassroots at lists.laptop.org
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