Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-20 Thread Claudia Urrea
Agree with Tony. The vision is about the goal we are trying to accomplish for children (and teachers) around the world, but the mechanism or strategies the organization needs to put in place in order to get there. Claudia (re-sent message) On Sun, Jun 19, 2016 at 1:19 PM, Tony Anderson

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-20 Thread Dave Crossland
On 20 June 2016 at 14:11, Tony Anderson wrote: > On 20 June 2016 at 11:17, Dave Crossland wrote: > > On 20 June 2016 at 03:23, Tony Anderson wrote: > > > > > > I disagree completely with this statement as a vision for Sugar Labs. > >

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-20 Thread Dave Crossland
On 20 June 2016 at 12:00, Caryl Bigenho wrote: > Could someone find and post the current vision statement? After Wed when > they finally come to hook up my slow, but very expensive, Internet > connection, I'll be able to comment on the vision statement and possible >

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-20 Thread Dave Crossland
On Jun 20, 2016 11:57 AM, "Sean DALY" wrote: > > > On Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 5:17 PM, Dave Crossland wrote: >> >> "About Sugar Labs(R): Sugar Labs(R) is a volunteer-driven member project of Software Freedom Conservancy, a nonprofit corporation. Originally part of

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-20 Thread Tony Anderson
Hi, Dave It describes what we do. A mission statement usually describes the organizations goal, what it is trying to accomplish. Tony On 06/20/2016 05:17 PM, Dave Crossland wrote: Hi On 20 June 2016 at 03:23, Tony Anderson > wrote:

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-20 Thread Caryl Bigenho
Could someone find and post the current vision statement? After Wed when they finally come to hook up my slow, but very expensive, Internet connection, I'll be able to comment on the vision statement and possible additions and changes. Caryl Sent from my iPhone > On Jun 20, 2016, at 9:18 AM,

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-20 Thread Sean DALY
On Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 5:17 PM, Dave Crossland wrote: > "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 >

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-20 Thread Dave Crossland
Hi On 20 June 2016 at 03:23, Tony Anderson wrote: > > 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 at

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-20 Thread José Miguel García
Hola! Estoy de acuerdo con lo que plantean Tony, Claudia. Entiendo que el foco debe estar en las nuevas formas de aprender de los niños. Saludos ___ Lic. José Miguel García Montevideo - Uruguay 2016-06-20 4:23 GMT-03:00 Tony Anderson : > Hi, Dave > >

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-20 Thread Tony Anderson
Hi, Dave This email is a clear example of the confusion we are having. You describe it as a mission statement (not a vision statement). However, your title describes an 'update' to the current Sugar Labs vision statement. Could you provide the text of what you believe is the current Sugar

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-19 Thread Dave Crossland
On 19 June 2016 at 13:20, Tony Anderson wrote: > Unfortunately, this is not my vision of Sugar Labs or Sugar. I see Sugar > as an educational opportunity provided to users of the OLPC XO > and others. Naturally, it takes software engineers to develop and maintain > this

Re: [IAEP] [SLOBS] Motion to update current SL vision statement

2016-06-19 Thread Tony Anderson
Hi, Laura Unfortunately, this is not my vision of Sugar Labs or Sugar. I see Sugar as an educational opportunity provided to users of the OLPC XO and others. Naturally, it takes software engineers to develop and maintain this software, but the vision must be about the result - Sugar and the