February 22-24, 2013
Hilton Los Angeles International Airport
OLPC got its start back in 2006 with a small deployment of the first XO computers. Since then, almost 3 million of the little green and white laptops have been deployed all over the world. Many changes have taken place in the organization, the hardware, and the software.
From the XO to the XO-4, come find out what is happening now and what exciting things are in the future for OLPC hardware. Learn the status of the latest versions of Sugar on a Stick (SOAS) that you can use on your own computer. Hear about some of the many fascinating deployments, large and small, all over the world. Find out how you can get involved in this important educational adventure as a volunteer or even with a deployment of your own.
Caryl Bigenho was a "first day donor" for the Give One, Get One (G1G1) program in 2007 and became one of he first members of the OLPC "Support Gang," an international group of volunteers who assist with OLPC and Sugar Labs projects all over the world. Since then she has traveled to see one of the largest deployments, in Uruguay, and has started two small deployments in the United States.