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[chox] Re: [ox-de] oscar overtaken?

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Hans-Gert Gräbe schrieb:
Franz Nahrada wrote:
gppd news - it lifts my heart up.

I think the lack of public accountability and the degree of slack in the
OScar project of Marcus Merz was simply to much.

I like the fact that this is a project of an NGO with three universities.
This kind of project - or maybe any serious Free / Open Source project -
simply cannot be done "on the side" by private people in their "free time"
. I do not want to go to details here, but I am sick and tired by my own
situation which simply is detrimentalk for the development of my projects.
At least I see the shortcomings, while others think something like this is
perfectly normal. The Open Source mode of production looks very very
different !


Für OSCAR muss man (das ist auf dem Bild nicht so recht zu sehen)
natürlich auf eine funktionierende Infrastruktur von Autoteilen
zugreifen können und auch den entsprechenden Maschinenpark mieten, um
das alles zusammenzubauen.

Also nur graduell anders als etwa die Geschichte mit dem Leoliner

Und selbst der Melkus-Sportwagen schlägt (technologisch) in dieselbe Kerbe.

Um nur mal zwei sächsische Erfolgsgeschichten in derselben Denkrichtung
zu nennen.

Deshalb, Franz, stimme ich dir voll zu: es brummt! Wenn vielleicht auch
eine Nuance anders als du denkst.


+ im weiteren kontext auch spannend...

Arvind Gupta <http://coforum.de/index.php?5482>

Mr. Gupta is an alumnus of IIT, Kanpur - demonstrating his minimalist motor, he quipped during his talk, "I spent five years at this top-class institute studying electrical engineering, and no one ever showed us how you can make a motor yourself!" He worked for a few years at a large engineering company that designed locomotives, but then gave up that career to pursue his interest in science education for children. For about thirty years, Mr. Gupta has been actively engaged in developing creative and imaginative science teaching aids, or 'toys' as he likes to call them, using low-cost and junk material. He has given seminars on how to teach science using such toys in Hong Kong, Germany, Sweden, UK and USA. He has published several books and articles on this topic, and has also translated many children's books into Hindi. Mr. Arvind Gupta's Herculean contribution to science and mathematics education has been recognized in numerous prestigious awards and honors conferred upon him. Yet, in spite of all these achievements, he is an unusually humble person with a very down-to-earth attitude.

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