Forgive my wrong use of English, my autocorrect and auto suggest keyboard features is affecting me 😂.
Mailing from my mobile phone On Feb 15, 2018 12:27 AM, "Samson Goddy" <samsongo...@sugarlabs.org> wrote: > > > On Feb 14, 2018 11:39 PM, "James Cameron" <qu...@laptop.org> wrote: > > Four more tasks should be struck out; these would be very helpful to > Sugar Labs, but are non-programming; content creation or aggregation; > > - Making a marketing animated website page of Sugar Labs, > > - Sugar Labs Social, > > Hello James, > > "Sugar Labs Social" is very familiar to last year project "Redesign > www-sugarlabs" but with a focuse. I have been receiving some feedbacks from > members / newcomers about Sugar Labs having a place contributors could > write documentation about new features and things around Sugar Labs > something planet.sugarlabs.org was supposed to do. > > Since just migrating planet.sugarlabs.org to use medium.com API is too > simple to be judge as a Gsoc project. So I decided to merge with with a > platform with almost the same features with http://scratched.gse.harvard. > edu does for the Scratch community. > > The Educational team need this project, so i quickly merged list if ideas > to one project to make it Gsoc worthy. > > A place for educators and parents to hangout share lessons plans. Also a > place where users can write about Sugar Labs using Medium like platform. > > So I am beginning to lose the understanding of what is "Gsoc" worthy > project should look like. Because this is a programming project. > > I can't speak for other tasks because I am not it creators. But I see > almost every task their worthy of Gsoc. The reason for Gsoc is to introduce > students to Open Source world. I saw Lionel questions to the Gsoc list, I > saw the reply and I fully understand what they meant. > > > - Making a Beginner Guide, > > - Migration of wiki activity pages to git, > > Rather than strike them out, an alternative is to rephrase them as > _only_ the programming task they contain. For migration of Wiki > activity pages to GitHub, this could be "write a program to migrate > the pages that will be tested extensively and then used only once." > > I'd make these changes myself for tasks I'm mentoring, but I'm not > mentoring any tasks. I'll place that responsibility on the mentors; > > - Making a marketing animated website page of Sugar Labs; Samson, > Hrishi, and Jaskirat. > > - Sugar Labs Social; Shivang, Hrishi, Samson, and Jaskirat, > > - Making a Beginner Guide; Samson, Shivang, Rishabh, Hrishi, Walter > and Jaskirat. > > - Migration of wiki activity pages to git; "Activity team", which > means nobody specific? > > +CC these; as I'm not sure if they are on sugar-devel@ > > -CC slobs@ > > -- > James Cameron > http://quozl.netrek.org/ > _______________________________________________ > Sugar-devel mailing list > Sugaremail@example.com > http://lists.sugarlabs.org/listinfo/sugar-devel > > >
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