It describes what we do. A mission statement usually describes the
organizations goal, what it is trying to accomplish.
On 06/20/2016 05:17 PM, Dave Crossland wrote:
On 20 June 2016 at 03:23, Tony Anderson <tony_ander...@usa.net
I disagree completely with this statement as a vision for Sugar Labs.
You already said that, but I am concerned with your position on the
original. Laura quoted this in her email above, and it is on the wiki
"About Sugar Labs(R): Sugar Labs(R) is a volunteer-driven member
project of Software Freedom Conservancy, a nonprofit corporation.
Originally part of the One Laptop Per Child project, Sugar Labs
coordinates volunteers around the world who are passionate about
providing educational opportunities to children through the Sugar
Learning Platform. Sugar Labs(R) is supported by donations and is
seeking funding to accelerate development."
Do you have any issue with this statement?
IAEP -- It's An Education Project (not a laptop project!)