Somos Azucar, Activity Central, and escuelab are organizing Sugar Camp Lima on November 18-19, to build a new Sugar image for Peru: complete with Aymara and Quechua localizations, and activities focused on engagement online and “digital citizenship”. Â An invitation to the event can be found here, and Sugar enthusiast Yannick Warnier explains why he finds this so exciting in a call for others to join him.
The event has international support, including the Municipality of Lima, Ciudadano Inteligente, and the World Bank. Â The XO image developed will be proposed to the national team as a basis for the next update implemented across the country.
If you have an activity you’re hoping to polish up and get into the next Peru image — or are interested in localization, testing, or general Sugar development, this promises to be a great event. Â I hope the camp attendees will review and add to the Feedback Actividades page that Claudia recently set up, a place to gather requests and suggestions from students and teachers in the field.
To RSVP, or for more information, contact escuelab:Â firstname.lastname@example.org