[OLPC-Chicago] OLPC Meeting At Pumping Station: One Chicago's Hackerspace April 23rd at Noon
echerlin at gmail.com
Fri Apr 22 14:20:36 EDT 2011
On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 13:47, Brian Cameron <brian.cameron at oracle.com> wrote:
> What is the address of this meeting? Is this at 3354 N. Elston? An
> OLPC pilot meeting does not seem to be on the Pumping Station calendar:
> Have people in other forums also been invited to this pilot meeting?
> It, at least, seems appropriate to ensure others from the Pumping
> Station group are informed and invited. The fact that this meeting
> is not on the calendar makes me wonder, though, if they have been.
> Touching base with any other local LUG mailing lists might also be a
> useful way to network and build a stronger OLPC community in Chicago.
> There might be OLPC enthusiasts on such lists.
I'll let the Indiana LinuxFest people know.
> On 04/ 7/11 02:27 PM, Eric Hanley wrote:
>> I would like to invite all the OLPC-Chicago User's out to Pumping
>> Station: One Chicago's Hackerspace on Saturday April 23rd at Noon.
>> This is a pilot meeting to guage interest for a possible monthly
>> * Meet the Community
>> * Disscuss OLPC, Past, Present, and Future
>> * Demo Working and Broken XO's
>> * Demo Sugar On a Stick VM
>> * TED Videos on OLPC
>> * Lightning Talks
Would you be interested in hearing about the New Sugar Labs project,
Replacing Textbooks? I should be able to get to Chicago sometime.
Computers with Open Education Resources cost much less than textbooks
in developed countries, making an OLPC project require a negative
investment after a fairly brief startup period while we create the
OERs for all subjects, at all ages or grade levels, for every country,
in every language needed. Anyone can assist.
>> Down the Pipe
>> * Python Classes
>> * How To VM Sugar
>> * Beauty in Design: the XO
>> * XO Modding
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