On Sun, 2010-06-13 at 15:53 +0200, Daniel Mustieles wrote:
> Hola a todos.
> Adjunto envío la traducción de la nota de prensa que nos ha pasado Jorge.
> Hay una frase entre *** porque no se muy bien como traducirla. Os
> agradecería que le echarais un vistazo, a ver si a alguien se le ocurre como
> traducir bien esa parte y, si hay cualquier error en lo demás, poder
> Gracias a todos y 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
> > Jorge,
> > Would it be possible for the Spanish translation team to help
> > translate this press release?
> > Sorry for not giving you advance notice.
> > Best,
> > Stormy
> > On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 5:07 PM, Sean Daly <sdaly sugarlabs org
> >> 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.
> >> Thanks.
> >> Sean
> >> ***************************************************
> >> 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
> >> website: http://www.sugarlabs.org
> >> e-mail: pr sugarlabs org
> >> telephone: +1-857-254-1100
> >> GNOME Foundation: Stormy Peters, Executive Director
> >> website: http://www.gnome.org
> >> 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 http://www.sugarlabs.org
> >> 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 http://www.gnome.org
> >> About One Laptop per Child (http://www.laptop.org
): 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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