[Freedombox-discuss] Educational Resources
Plinth's source code resides in github, this is the link.
On Thursday 13 August 2015 02:22 PM, Lockwood Michael wrote:
> Dear Sunil / Freedombox
> Many thank's for your response.
> OK then, my tasks over the next couple of works include:
> An overview of both Freedombox and Arkos 'As a comparison' in terms of a user journey, pinch points and required knowledge.
> Further developing proposed educational snapshots, 60 second scripts, 'Why should I care about Privacy?', 'What is a Network?' , What is an IP Address?, and so on.
> Consider how this education/information might be delivered in a dynamic engaging framework and wireframe.
> Could anybody point me towards the latest Plinth source, so I can sit down with a colleague and try and workout how its put together?
> I will be on the next call.
> Many Thanks
> Mick Lockwood
> Lecturer In Digital Design | School of Art and Design
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> From: Sunil Mohan Adapa [sunil at medhas.org]
> Sent: 13 August 2015 04:08
> To: Lockwood Michael; freedombox-discuss at lists.alioth.debian.org
> Subject: Re: [Freedombox-discuss] Educational Resources
> On Wednesday 12 August 2015 04:30 PM, Lockwood Michael wrote:
>> I?m interested in Decentralised Technology, Usably, User Journeys,
>> Interface, Education and Adoption by the Average Person In The Street.
>> I want to develop educational materials and an intelligent educational
>> application to deliver ideas, concepts and instruction. Either stand
>> alone or incorporated within existing interface. If I can assist and
>> work with Freedombox to achieve this it would be fantastic.
> FreedomBox UI can use a lot of inputs with respect to user experience.
> You are welcome to work on the existing interface as it would benefit
> the FreedomBox community directly.
>> I have enclosed the Abstract of my work below. the full paper is
>> available at Researchgate or I can send directly.
> It sounds to me like your work on user experience for an average user to
> maintain technical resources is very relevant for Freedombox UI.
>> If somebody can connect me with the persons inside Freedombox I need to
>> talk to it would be great.
> By writing to this mailing list, you are addressing all the people
> contributing to FreedomBox. If you wish to talk to the active
> contributors, I suggest joining the monthly VOIP progress call.
> 1) https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/ProgressCalls
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