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OLPC Pune Meet was scheduled on 5th April,2009, Sunday at 10.00 am in Room 704,SICSR.
Room 706, SICSR
Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research,
Atur Centre, Gokhale Cross Road,
Model Colony, Pune - 411016.

Agenda :-

  • Getting Started for Developers. Kushal Das has agreed to give a talk. He maintains the JukeBox Activity in Sugar.
  • OLPC-Pune Panel
  • Points from Previous Meeting.


1. Pradnya Naik
2. Prashant Mahajan prashant3535 AT gmail DOT com
3. Varun Hirve v dot hirve at gmail dot com
4. Abhijeet Patil
5. Gaurav Srivastava srivastavagaurav23 at gmail dot com
6. Ruturaj Bhalerao
7. Avnish Jain hravnish at gmail dot com
8. Priya Kulkarni
9. Kushal Das

Kushal started the session with a brief introduction to Python. He also gave insight into PyGTK. Later on, developed the "Hello World" Activity and tested it on an emulated instance of Sugar.

To get your hands dirty in Python quickly, you can refer Python for you and me by Kushal Das which can be found at: https://fedorahosted.org/pym/

For PyGTK Tutorials you can refer: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Tutorials

"We discussed the structure of the Pune OLPC panel and how we can create processes to ensure responsibility and participation." We need to discuss this point in the next Meet.

Special Thanks to Kushal, for taking some time out of his busy schedule and giving us such an informative session. Also, Special Thanks to Varun for video recording the complete session of Kushal. (Koi usse Iodex la do yaar, we couldn't arrange for a tripod stand this time.)
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