[OLPC-Philippines] DLSU & OLPC Philippines
solomon.see at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 20:54:00 EDT 2009
Thanks for the warm welcome! Sir Paul did mention to me about you before.
I'm looking forward to work with you guys. As of the moment, I'll be working
with Mr. Oliver Malabanan and Dr. Lloyd Espiritu to come up with a project.
I'm still organizing a meeting with them to draft a proposal and plan on how
we can get involved to this project.
On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 2:58 AM, Marife Mago <marife.mago at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Solomon,
> You're pretty much welcome! Hope your students can get started with the
> information enlisted by Cherry. And we look forward for more collaboration
> on your end as we start the organization.
> I've worked with Miss Ethel and Paul Inventado before on Open Source
> Software Development (as DLSU elective) so I believe we can really pull out
> something to collaborate on this especially on educational content and XO
> activities that are suited for Filipino children.
> On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 2:13 AM, Cherry Withers <cherry.withers at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Thank you for your interest and welcome to the group! We're in much need
>> of developer
>> 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 the
>>> 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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