Refonte de la page OLPC_France
Je suis aussi un étudiant français. J'essaye depuis qq temps d'apporter ma pierre à l'édifice OLPC, et notamment de faire grandir la communauté francophone autour de ce projet. Pourrais-tu me dire ce que tu pense de ce que j'ai commencé à faire pour la page OLPC_France stp ?
Tout est ici : Talk:OLPC_France
Merci, à bientôt ;)
--EdX 10:38, 8 March 2007 (EST)
Hi, I'm student in ERE (Environmental Relationship Education) in Quebec (Canada). We speak french in Quebec and I don't write very well in english (but I read it), so do not hesitate to correct me.
First, I look for pertinents links, Free Software and Free textbooks in ecology for kids. (Constructivist approach)
- Bienvenue! Moi, par contre je n'ecrit pas bien le francais... surtout dans un clavier qwerty int'l... j'arrive a me faire comprendre (par fois) :P
- Anyway, I would like to maybe point you to the Subjects (particularly Subjects#Science that has (an empty) sub-area on Ecology) where you could probably link your collaborations. --Xavi 19:09, 23 January 2007 (EST)
Thank you and yes, I understand you when you speak French. I hope that you'll understand me when I write in English :P
May I suggest the use of the [Show Preview] button when editing? :)
The Special:Recentchanges is being flooded... nothing personal. I've flooded it myself and been tagged as 'bot' (when doing massive categorizations) in order to avoid resenting the utility of that page. Cheers! --Xavi 12:26, 12 February 2007 (EST)
Thank you, I note it ;-) I'm too enthousiast !--Zyacat
- follow-up to User_talk:Xavi#Pedagogical Ideas
I'm no pedagogue myself... so I my comments are 'free advise' (iow, use them at your own risk ;) The closest to an insider person I can point you to is User:Sj (OLPC HQ)... but then again, I don't know much about HQ either... you may also try contacting User:Jacobolus - who is also trying to organize the wiki (if you've failed to notice his editing barrage ;)
For what it's worth, I think you've done a great job putting some template structure, and looks good. I noticed that you have a lot of 'red links' in your examples, if you don't intend to have those pages actually filled in, you may want to enclose between the <nowiki> tag ie: [[Sample never page]] (made with <nowiki>[[Sample never page]]</nowiki> —just don't look at the wiki-source of the last one ;)
I seem to have fallen in love with the idea of sub-pages... which could provide a structuring page template and namespace handling. But I think it may confuse people trying to make, edit and possibly navigate said structure...
If you have any questions, please do ask! :) --Xavi 18:24, 15 February 2007 (EST)
fine idea, these ideas
Once it is more complete, we can move that page to simply Pedagogical ideas (which should not be a category redirect). I'll contribute more to your new page tomorrow. Thanks, Sj talk 15:26, 17 February 2007 (EST)
Hello Zyacat, Welcome to OlpcWiki. :) lemrichard
Translations & Templates
Bienvenue! I took the 'liberty' (some would probably say impertinence ;) of shuffling around some of your pages and editing the templates. I did so because I noticed that although the basic usage was there, some of the techniques or 'standars' were a bit off...
Sorry if it annoys you—but since I was the developer of the mini-framework, and you mention the will to collaborate with the translations of pages, I thought it would be better if at least the basics were inline.
I should really get down to write a bit about how the 'system' works... in the meantime, you could check the Category:Translated Pages, Translated pages,
Template:Translated Page Template:Translation & Template:Translations (I know, some names are too confusing).
Cheers, and welcome to the effort (btw, I can read french, so feel free to use it) --Xavi 13:02, 20 March 2007 (EDT)
Hi! We are trying to coordinate and standardize the efforts of the translating efforts within the community. Please read the new Translators page and register if interested. If you have any questions, please drop me a note. Cheers, --Xavi 17:58, 13 April 2007 (EDT)