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Re: [OLPCVietnam] OLPC Vietnam Workshop at SFD 2010 Summarization

Thank you Yang for the report.
Too bad i could not join you ...


On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 11:30 PM, Yang Ha Nguyen <[email protected]> wrote:
> Dear all OLPC Vietnam members,
> I'm so glad to announce to you all that OLPC Vietnam presentation and
> workshop
> at SFD were totally a success.  Our presentation was conducted by Lilly
> Nguyen
> and me, in both Vietnamese and English.  It was really clear and simple, it
> emphasized the educational purposes of OLPC with brief introduction about
> technical stuff (XO operating system, Sugar, and Vietnam Sugar Developers
> Team).  There was a question about OLPC Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh city and we
> had
> no information about OLPC activities in Ho Chi Minh.  Please find OLPC
> presentation in the attachment below.  The workshop in the afternoon was
> also
> great.  We had 3 XOs and a lot of people tried it.  They also asked a lot of
> questions about XO in specific, and about OLPC in general.  Some of them
> were
> really interested in the project. Especially, Mr. Phan Trung Nghia from
> HanoiLUG was willing to help us on translating materials for OLPC Vietnam.
> The demo of Magic Words, a software which is developing by Vietnam Sugar
> Developers Team, was gathered a lot of interest as well.  Here are some of
> the
> pictures: [1], [2], [3], [4], [5].
> Thank you all for helping us to have such a wonderful day as OLPC Vietnam
> representatives.  Thanks, Nancie, for your materials and wonderful pictures
> from VVV as well as the your XO which Lilly brought.  Thanks, Lilly, for
> taking your time doing the presentation, wonderfully having conducted it in
> English, and be with OLPC Vietnam the whole time.  Thanks, Nguyet for having
> lent me the 2 XOs and your great pictures.  Thank you all.
> Oh, I almost forget, please find OLPC Vietnam backdrop in the attachment.
> P.S.  Files too large, I have to upload them separately.  Please find
> them on our group's [6]site.
> [1]
> http://www.facebook.com/anhnguyet.ql#!/album.php?aid=2050038&id=1512481114
> [2]
> http://lh3.ggpht.com/_8jFT8HLn9WE/TJcdr7RgFNI/AAAAAAAAASI/fQ14QWdoRf8/s128/SDC10725.JPG
> [3]
> http://lh3.ggpht.com/_8jFT8HLn9WE/TJcdsmAhY9I/AAAAAAAAASM/E9RPlBI8aDY/s128/SDC10727.JPG
> [4]
> http://lh4.ggpht.com/_8jFT8HLn9WE/TJcdtCNwa0I/AAAAAAAAASQ/0BjjPARDlfQ/s128/SDC10728.JPG
> [5]
> http://lh6.ggpht.com/_8jFT8HLn9WE/TJcdqtqwM7I/AAAAAAAAASA/97nD5X9tER4/s128/SDC10723.JPG
> [6] http://groups.google.com/group/olpc-vietnam/files
> Best regards,
> --
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Serge Stinckwich
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