[OLPC library] Health mailing list (was: Minutes posted, next steps)
seth at isforinsects.com
Tue Feb 19 21:48:28 EST 2008
I hope that groups grow enough to create lists as well. But we dont want to
segregate before achieve a critical mass. The Machine Ship discussions can
take place on the languishing prepherial list, and any sort of museum
conversation belongs on the library list.
But on the subject of these. One, could your reforward my response to the
GIS question? I am not on most of those lists, or invite people to one of
the olpc lists. Two, I think that we might have enough people/interest for
a good email thread about low cost 3d printers, lathes, etc. Lets start
On Feb 19, 2008 5:48 AM, Edward Cherlin <echerlin at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Feb 18, 2008 9:23 PM, Samuel Klein <sj at laptop.org> wrote:
> > bcc to sysadmin at rt : please set up a health at laptop.org mailing list,
> > arjun at laptop.org as owner.
> > @arjun: there's certainly enough interest now.
> > @seth : rotating meeting times each week is one way to treat different
> > timezones fairly. And organizing the "Art wanted" section of the art
> > community to list topical art requests might be a good place to start
> > your illustrators.
> > SJ
> Thank you.
> I hope to be able to request GIS, museum, and machine shop lists in
> the near future. I talked to Donald Norman (The Design of Everyday
> Things) at a lecture he gave, and he said that he will bring up the XO
> in a meeting with the Exploratorium science museum people. I have
> talked to other children's museums, and intend to do so again soon, as
> soon as I can find out whether they will be allowed to buy XOs.
> Also, can we do something to invite teachers in the laptop program
> into the discussion? Perhaps in multiple languages?
> And children, too.
> Edward Cherlin
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