[Grassroots-l] Updating regional and organization pages on the wiki
arjun at laptop.org
Tue Jun 24 01:22:17 EDT 2008
Is there a suggested format for the main country page on the wiki ? Or a
suggested set of information that should be there ?
The Khairat_Chronicle written by Carla, a document of the pilot project in
India is a very widely read and popular article, however I was going through
the OLPC_India page and think that it needs much love...
Also, could you please let me know that how what you are proposing is
different from tagging pages with simply Category:<country name> like
Category:OLPC_India or Category:India ?
On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 5:47 AM, Samuel Klein <meta.sj at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to improve the focus of olpc wiki articles so that it includes
> a page for every region and organization, indicating what they are doing to
> improve primary education, connected and collaborative learning environments
> for children, and access to/creation of collaborative projects, software, or
> For local regions, this means that the "South Carolina" page should be
> about everything going on in South Carolina, and the "Ethiopia" page about
> that fair country -- not only officially OLPC but also everything related to
> the lower-case mission of olpc. We can then have separate pages for "OLPC
> Ethiopia", "ECBP/GTZ Ethiopia", "One Laptop per Child/SC" or "Sugar
> Laboratories Portland" if those groups exist.
> I would also like to hear what people's favorite field reports, education
> overviews, or local groups are in eachof the countries they are personally
> tracking -- for instance the eduvision report from Ethiopia is interesting,
> and yet another group to add to those mentioned above... but there is much
> more of relevance from the past few years that does not explicitly mention
> OLPC. Feel free to respond to this thread with links, and please add those
> links to the appropriate wiki pages.
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