Hi all - happy new year Racketeers! For the last two years, we've been thinking about making programming accessible for differently-abled students. We're focusing first on students with visual and sensorimotor impairments, by building an editor that allows students to navigate and modify the AST itself (rather than text). The editor implements a subset of Advanced Student Language, and we're looking to run some user studies in the weeks ahead. If you're curious, you can turn on your screenreader and play with it <https://codemirror-blocks-pr-100.herokuapp.com/fullscheme.html>. Note: Editing is Not Yet Done (expect bugs!), but we're ready to test navigation for now.
*That's where you come in.* I'm looking for sample programs that meet the following criteria: - Should be restricted to Advanced Student Language, but without local, case, shared, match-patterns, or any quoted, quasiquoted or unquoted expressions - Should have at least 3-4 levels of nesting, somewhere in the program. - Should be at least 40+ LOC - Should have at least one expression that is evaluated only if *multiple* conditions are satisfied Got any files, projects, or classroom assignments lying around that might fit the bill? Feel free to email programs, suggestions, etc to schan...@bootstrapworld.org. Thanks in advance! Emmanuel -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Racket Users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to racket-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.