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이 문서는 국가들에 관련된 사안들을 다루고 있습니다.
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왜 일부 국가뿐이고, 다른 국가는 아닙니까?
이유는 간단합니다. OLPC는 (개인 혹은 NGO가 아니라) 정부에 (저렴한 노트북을) 제안해왔습니다. 제안에 관심있는 나라들은 그것이 자신들의 선호에 맞는지 아닌지를 결정합니다. 만약 그렇다면, OLPC와 협상 및 대화가 시작될 것이고, 그 다음에 해당 국가가 OLPC 레이다에 나타나고, 참가 혹은 관심 정도를 나타내는 색깔/상태가 주어집니다.
만약 우리 나라의 색깔이 마음에 들지 않으면?
만약 여러분의 나라가 여러분이 동의하지 않는 색깔로 되어 있다면, 여러분은 그 국가의 정부가 OLPC와 대화하도록 해야 합니다.
국가는 어떻게 참가할 수 있습니까?
개인 차원이 아닌 국가 또는 정부 차원에서(장관 또는 상응하는 고위 공직자) OLPC와 대화를 시작해야 합니다. 개인들은 그들의 정부가 참가하도록 해야 합니다. 추가 정보
특정 국가에 대한 OLPC 공동체의 노력에 관하여 좀더 자세한 내용은 Category:Countries에서 찾을 수 있습니다.
다른 국가 질문들
alam To OLPC. ITS GREAT TO HERE THAT THE OLPC team has a program to give a chance to the poor countries to develop in IT sector. nice job.
but my question is that, that i have done lots of work on localizing my country languages, but no seen here in wiki.laptop.org hope that to see in which category is my country, what needs to be localize, and wot to do for children to get more benefits from OLPC.
best of luck
When will XO pilot rollout occur in Nigeria? What is the rollouot plan for that country (i.e. will XO's be deployed in schools in certain regions)? Where are pilot projects already happening?
- You can read about OLPC Nigeria/Galadima pilot site, or other sites. Xavi 15:46, 7 September 2007 (EDT)
Mauritius is the place where I was born and it does not show in your list of countries where you intend to promote your program. Can we be of any help ? We surely would be very glad to especially if we can help the poor kids overhere as well. Looking forward to be hearing from you
- You can create a page for Mauritius, contact the government there, organize a group to support the laptop there, and other things. I'm ready to help. --Mokurai 05:15, 26 November 2006 (EST)
I just saw that John Markoff wrote in the New York Times about Libya signing a contract with OLPC. The story says that four other countries have signed up, which was recently denied on this site. The tale gets 42000 hits on Google. So where is the press release? Where is the news story on this site? What actually happened?--Mokurai 02:23, 13 October 2006 (EDT)
- Aha! It's not a contract, it's a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). OK. Now, can the rest of us have a look at the plan? It answers a lot of the questions being asked here and elsewhere, according to the description.
- "The committee was presented with the outline of a comprehensive plan to distribute the laptops, create connectivity and server infrastructure, and prepare teachers and students."--Mokurai 17:32, 15 October 2006 (EDT)
What plan do you have for teacher training? I have been working in a staff development department of a school system that has been one-to-one for 6 years now. We have found that training teachers to integrate technology is as fundamental to the success of a one-to-one program as the hardware itself. If the Libyan teachers do not have extensive, well-organized training, the students of any program will be shortchanged. Jon Morris email@example.com
- The plan given to the Libyans addresses this. They seem very interested in the OLPC program. --Mokurai 17:39, 15 October 2006 (EDT)
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I am a volunteer IT worker here in Dili. I wish to follow through on getting the Government/Min of Education involved. Is there a set of templates/docs/procedures for me to follow? If so, then I think that they would be very useful for other countries. thanks chris firstname.lastname@example.org
I didn't see any of the Caribbean countries among the OLPC list. I work with a non-profit organization. One of the organization's mandate is to provide affordable computers to every home in the Caribbean. We sent an e-mail to OLPC asking for contact name and e-mail address in OLPC and got a reply from OLPC indicating that only the governments can purchase these laptops. If there is no Caribbean government in the list why not a non-profit organization like ours buy the laptops and distribute them? The reply e-mail also said that there is a staffing limitation. As the non-profit organization, we are saying that we are here to help. We are here to work with you. So please ensure that the bottlenecks are eliminated as they are found.
- The list you see is merely the first round. It includes countries that have expressed interest in the program, and have the possibility of coming up with the $200 million required to order a million units. All other countries will have a chance in the next round, when smaller batches will be offered. --Mokurai 06:59, 21 November 2006 (EST)
Can anyone tell me if Gambia is among the countries where the Ministry of Education has expressed an interest in this laptop project? Since it is such a small country (situated along the Gambia river in Senegal), I can't tell from the map.
- Gambia is 'orange' (those countries who have expressed interest at the Ministry-of-Education level or higher). BTW, there is a higher-resolution version of the map in the section: #How does the color/status scheme work? that you can click to enlarge. --Walter 11:19, 10 January 2007 (EST)
Are developed nations really not as interested in this device as it seems? Certainly it would seem that the support of a nation like the USA would be a huge boon to development and production. And distribution issues would seem to be virtually garuanteed. And the benefit to such a country seems to be revolutionary. Are there just too many obstacles?
What is stopping a nation like the USA from having one of these in every child's bookbag in 5 years? Anything besides willpower?
- A number of US states are talking to OLPC about this. Maine and Georgia have similar programs now using conventional laptops. I am lobbying in California, and others are welcome to join OLPC4USA. --Mokurai 17:37, 6 July 2007 (EDT)
- Alabama and New York have started.
At Laval University, Quebec, Canada, we have plans to build on our Francophone university-school partnerships and university-developing countries normal school partnership with Gabon and begin a pilot project as soon as XOs become available to us. We are also working with the International Office of the Department of Education of Catalunya (Spain), an enduring university-ministry of education partnership over the past seven years, and plan initiatives in some Francophone countries south of the Mediterranean Sea (e.g. Senegal). [Written by: Therese Laferriere, email@example.com]