It's been many months since we communicated. We are writing now to see if anyone is interested in taking over the domains for the Seattle XO User Group along with the tools we've created to manage the group. They are coming up for renewal in the next month or so. We'd be happy to turn them over to someone else along with the membership list, such as it is, if someone would like to take this on.
It is a sweet little laptop, but we don't have the time or inclination to keep the domains registered.
Chris, Wayne, Tim
Hello - Got your email and now see this on your blog. I responded and indicated that I might be interested in taking over stewardship of the Seattle XO domain names and community..
Here's a link to a post on Kabissa about it: http://www.kabissa.org/blog/one-laptop-child-program-starts-again-fall-give-one-dont-get-one
Hey Chris, Wayne and Tim - I now have the http://seaxo.org domains but don't have the login details for this blog etc. Please email it to me via my Kabissa contact form: www.kabissa.org/user/4313
Would be glad to also touch base to explore interest in future XO and Sugar efforts in the Seattle area, or other opportunities to connect around tech for development in Africa etc.
I just blogged on Kabissa about an opportunity to donate XOs for Haiti - a good idea for anybody who's moved on from OLPC and has laptops collecting dust in a closet someplace. Check it out at http://bit.ly/cAK3G0
Cool post as for me. It would be great to read more about that matter. The only thing it would also be great to see here is some pictures of some devices.