There are individuals, groups, communities, and organizations of all sizes working together to make OLPC a reality.
Major direct supporters and partner organizations.
- board members, advisors (including pro-bono and in-kind help)
- National partners in specific countries - from UN bodies and national NGOs to corporations.
Collaborative projects, knowledge-sharing initiatives, local school activities.
- Global and national projects
- school projects, individual publications by children
- Community sites setting aside space for OLPC users.
Activities, content, and shared resources.
- activities, content bundles, resource bundles
- Access to existing shared resources (external libraries)
Individuals and small groups maintaining parts of the project ecology.
- General coordination of contributors and parallel projects
- Software package maintainers
- Educational and classroom advisors
- Networking, repair, and outreach
- Librarians and collection organizers, by topic and language
- Tools and software curators
Local community groups and networks.
- National and virtual OLPC groups, by country and interest
- Children's and educators groups
- Free culture groups (software, knowledge, &c)
- G1G1 communities and networks
Individual contributors of specific materials and help, of the above varieties and more. People (voluntary, staff, other) working with specific schools, projects, activities, bundles, communication.