[Sur] [IAEP] S050 - Informática para Tontos / E050 - Computer Science for Dummies
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Sab Abr 9 11:43:44 EDT 2011
On Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 07:25, Carlos Rabassa <carnen en mac.com> wrote:
> Thanks for your suggestion.
> If I have to do it, I'm sorry but I have to decline.
We aren't ready for this yet, because we are still configuring the
server, but the idea would be to get a team of perhaps 8 or 10 people
together, including those who know the subject matter, plus editors,
graphic artists, a sysadmin, and perhaps others, to put the material
into a publishable state. When we have a clear idea of where we are
starting from and what the goal is, it takes less than a week to write
a book using the FLOSS Manuals Book Sprint methodology.
> I have no idea about what has to be done or how someone would be able to
> benefit from the effort.
That depends on those who would benefit speaking up and asking us to do it.
> If you or anyone else feels there is any value in anything I do, please
> feel free to use whatever you find.
> Most of what I have done so far, mostly exercises for me to learn and be
> able to answer some of the questions received, may be found at:
> The Squeakland showcase everyone
This is what I call Defensive Documentation. I have often had to do it
myself, when the developers of some software have not wanted to write
or test the documentation themselves.
> This link points to one of my most recent projects:
> Aprendo I Learn - A collection of pages I wrote mostly to answer questions
> Índice - A collection of items, I prepared for my own use, some written by
> me most by others
> If you think all this is a mess, I would certainly agree.
> After the insistence of a some fellow volunteers at RAP Ceibal, mainly
> Leticia Romero and Paolo Benini, whom I thank for their patience in dealing
> with me, I am thinking of bringing some order to my files.
> They have suggested a blog a few times.
> From time to time they say blog and I say website, sometimes I say website
> with link to a blog.
> I believe that for storing information, it should be a website.
> This is the result of the first five minutes invested in creating a free
> website for this purpose:
> There is no content yet in this site.
> Interesting, they mention how easy it is to find out things in a blog.
> Today, search engines search almost everything we put in internet no matter
> where it is.
> An interesting curious example:
> Our son had successfully made empanadas, a typical uruguayan dish, for
> some of his friends.
> Now he wanted to go one step further and use home made dough rather than
> buying it ready.
> He asked Mom for her recipe and, this is how we found it and sent it to him
> right away:
> Search using Google for "Nenny Rabassa empanada".
> Select Google´s top recommendation.
> Nenny, my wife and business associate, put it in internet some 12 years
> Nenny used to cook for our fellow real estate brokers to thank them for
> visiting our broker open houses.
> That´s how some of her recipes ended up in internet.
> Carlos Rabassa
> Plan Ceibal Support Network
> Montevideo, Uruguay
> On Apr 9, 2011, at 1:44 AM, Edward Cherlin wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 17:36, Carlos Rabassa <carnen en mac.com> wrote:
> S050 - Informática para Tontos
> E050 - Computer Science for Dummies
> Would you like to turn this into a Replacing Textbooks project hosted
> at Sugar Labs?
> Carlos Rabassa
> Red de Apoyo al Plan Ceibal
> Montevideo, Uruguay
> IAEP -- It's An Education Project (not a laptop project!)
> IAEP en lists.sugarlabs.org
> Edward Mokurai (默雷/धर्ममेघशब्दगर्ज/دھرممیگھشبدگر ج) Cherlin
> Silent Thunder is my name, and Children are my nation.
> The Cosmos is my dwelling place, the Truth my destination.
Edward Mokurai (默雷/धर्ममेघशब्दगर्ज/دھرممیگھشبدگر ج) Cherlin
Silent Thunder is my name, and Children are my nation.
The Cosmos is my dwelling place, the Truth my destination.
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