[OLPC-Philippines] DLSU & OLPC Philippines
solomon.see at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 20:50:44 EDT 2009
Thank you for the information. I'll have a look and test this.
On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 2:13 PM, Cherry Withers <cherry.withers at gmail.com>wrote:
> Thank you for your interest and welcome to the group! We're in much need of
> support and any contribution is greatly appreciated.
> In addition to what Carlos has said, I just want to add that one can start
> developing even with lack of the hardware
> itself. Here are some links for XO emulators and also Sugar on Stick:
> QEMU runs a virtual XO in any machine and is what's mostly used by OLPC
> You can also run Sugar on top of existing OS (Windows Vista currently
> unsupported) through a
> USB stick (called "Sugar on a Stick"). Details can be found on this page:
> Hope this helps. Jerome Gotangco can chime in for additional tech info..
> On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 9:29 PM, Carlos Nazareno <object404 at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi All!
>> Some people from La Salle are interested in helping out with OLPC
>> Philippines. Below is an email from Solomon See from the La Salle CCS
>> Solomon, to start participating in OLPC Philippines, it would be best
>> to join the OLPC Philippines mailing list here at:
>> olpc-philippines at lists.laptop.org
>> You can subscribe at:
>> You can also find more information at the OLPC Ph wiki at:
>> Solomon, Rey, if you can come up with a good proposal, you can request
>> developer XO Laptop units from OLPC Boston itself. Details are at the
>> URL below:
>> Basically you fill up a form and if your request is approved, the
>> units will be shipped to your group.
>> Charles, Sandeep, it would be great if you guys can coordinate with
>> the guys from La Salle as Solomon and co. are pretty enthusiastic
>> about OLPC.
>> Best regards,
>> "Anyway, DGDL and DLSU College of Computer Studies is interested in
>> helping out in
>> the OLPC PH project, in creating Games and Educational Content for the
>> OLPC. We have
>> reviewed the specs and capabilities of the OLPC from the site and have a
>> project and development ideas for it. We could also help out in localizing
>> applications that are in the OLPC. We are also wondering how we could
>> get access to
>> OLPC's so we can start reviewing and evaluating the capabilities of
>> the device and
>> field out development projects to student as their thesis starting
>> next term (June
>> If you have any inquiries or would like to contact us for possible
>> collaborations in
>> this matter, you can contact me at this address or at this mobile number
>> 0917-8958530. Hope to hear from you soon.
>> carlos nazareno
>> user group manager
>> phlashers: philippine flash actionscripters
>> adobe flash/flex/air community
>> interactive media specialist
>> zen graffiti studios
>> "if you don't like the way the world is running,
>> then change it instead of just complaining."
>> OLPC-Philippines mailing list
>> OLPC-Philippines at lists.laptop.org
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