Re: [gnome-es] Fwd: SL-GNOME-OLPC PR, final version; will be on wires at 10:00 AM EST on Monday

Puedes contar conmigo Jorge.

Entiendo que lo que hay que traducir es lo que aparece en el propio correo. desde "Sugar Learning Platform and GNOME... " hasta "... knowledge and modern forms of education" ¿cierto?

Si os parece bien, yo puedo hacer una primera traducción, y entre todos la corregimos/comentamos

Un saludo

----- Original Message ----- From: "Jorge González" <aloriel gmail com> To: "Gnome-ES" <gnome-es-list gnome org>; "GNOME Hispano List" <gnome-hispano-list gnome org>
Sent: Sunday, June 13, 2010 10:34 AM
Subject: [gnome-es] Fwd: SL-GNOME-OLPC PR, final version;will be on wires at 10:00 AM EST on Monday

Hola a todos,

Stormy Peters, de la Fundación GNOME, me ha mandado hace unas horas el
mensaje de abajo. Necesitan una traducción muy urgente para la nota de
prensa. Yo no puedo ayudar, en breve me voy al aeropuerto y estaré
todo el día volando, de hecho llego a trabajar directo desde el
aeropuerto, así que si podéis coordinaros y enviarles una traducción,
sería estupendo.

Un saludo a todos.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Stormy Peters <stormy gnome org>
Date: 2010/6/13
Subject: Re: SL-GNOME-OLPC PR, final version; will be on wires at
10:00 AM EST on Monday
To: aloriel gmail com
Cc: Sean Daly <sdaly sugarlabs org>, Diego Escalante Urrelo
<diegoe gnome org>, Germán Póo-Caamaño <gpoo gnome org>,
"paul r cutler gmail com" <pcutler gnome org>, Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier
<jzb zonker net>

Would it be possible for the Spanish translation team to help
translate this press release?

Sorry for not giving you advance notice.

On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 5:07 PM, Sean Daly <sdaly sugarlabs org> wrote:

We have gone with the final version attached which will appear on the
wires at 10:00 AM EST Monday. Only diff from previous draft concerning
GNOME is a slight edit in the About: section, which I hope is not
bothersome for you.

Og, you had mentioned you could translate to Spanish - does that offer
stand? It's vital we be able to offer a Spanish version of this.




Sugar Learning Platform and GNOME Desktop Now Shipping on the One
Laptop per Child XO-1.5; Will Run On New XO-HS

ANUNCIÓN, June 14, 2010 – Sugar Labs, the Gnome Free Desktop Project,
and One Laptop per Child (OLPC) have announced an update to the
software offered on the OLPC XO-1.5. The 1.5 million children already
using Sugar on the original XO-1 can also benefit from the update,
since Paraguay Educa has backported the software.

The Sugar Learning Platform promotes collaborative learning through
child-friendly Activities that encourage critical thinking. The GNOME
free desktop is a hallmark of all major GNU/Linux distributions,
suitable for older children and grownups. Switching between the two
environments takes only a single click. With GNOME on the XO laptop,
the door is opened to thousands of additional educational and
productivity applications.

The XO-1.5 has the same industrial design as the original XO-1. Based
on a VIA processor, it provides 2× the speed of the XO-1, 4× DRAM
memory, and 4× FLASH memory. OLPC has announced the availability of a
high-school edition of the XO-1.5, the XO-HS, with a newly designed
keyboard, more comfortable for older students. The first deployment of
the XO-HS is set to begin in Uruguay under the highly successful Plan
Ceibal in September.

Children familiar with the XO-1 will naturally grow into the XO-1.5
with its expanded functionality. “One Laptop per Child promotes
open-source software so that it can grow and adapt to the needs of the
child. The Sugar platform on the XO is key to our educational mission
because it gives students a unique and intuitive learning software
environment,” said OLPC Association CEO Rodrigo Arboleda.

Stormy Peters, Executive Director of the GNOME Foundation, said,
“We're really excited to be working with Sugar and OLPC to provide
desktop software to children of all ages. GNOME's mission is to
provide a free desktop accessible to everyone. Children from Uruguay
to Ghana will be able to use their XOs to learn and to show their
friends and families how to use Sugar and GNOME.”

Walter Bender, Executive Director of Sugar Labs, said “the fluidity of
movement between the two desktops gives learners the ability to
transition from a learning environment – Sugar – to a production and
productivity environment – GNOME. They have the means of honing the
creative skills acquired in an elementary education setting into
entrepreneurial skills in a secondary education setting.”

“Sugar on a Stick” allows children who don't have an XO laptop to
benefit from this new software. Available for download from Sugar Labs
in the new, v3 Mirabelle flavor, it can be loaded onto an ordinary USB
thumbdrive and used to start a PC in Sugar without touching the hard
disk. The XO laptops and Sugar on a Stick run Fedora GNU/Linux.

For more information, please contact:

Sugar Labs: Sean Daly, Marketing Coordinator
e-mail: pr sugarlabs org
telephone: +1-857-254-1100

GNOME Foundation: Stormy Peters, Executive Director
e-mail: gnome-press-contact gnome org
telephone: +1-617-206-3947

About Sugar Labs®: Sugar Labs, a volunteer-driven, nonprofit
organization, is a member project of the Software Freedom Conservancy.
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 is supported by donations and is seeking
funding and volunteers to accelerate development. For more
information, please visit

About GNOME: GNOME is a free-software project which develops a
complete, accessible and easy-to-use desktop standard on all leading
GNU/Linux and Unix distributions. Popular with large corporate
deployments and millions of small-business and home users worldwide,
it includes a development environment to create new applications. The
nonprofit GNOME Foundation is composed of hundreds of volunteer
developers and industry-leading companies. More information can be
found at and

About One Laptop per Child ( OLPC is a
non-profit organization created by Nicholas Negroponte and others from
the MIT Media Lab to design, manufacture and distribute laptop
computers that are inexpensive enough to provide every child in the
world access to knowledge and modern forms of education.



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