ployments have set up their own forums,
> (c) independent users of Sugar 0.106 and later are minimal,
> (d) failed to gain critical mass.
> To answer your questions;
> 1. I'm not handling updates to Discourse; I've no access keys and
> don't know how to do it [
Just thought I'd tune in with some thoughts about the ASLO.
On Fri, 2017-05-19 at 15:21 +0530, Jatin Dhankhar wrote:
> Hello Chris,
> > Welcome to the Sugar Labs community, When reworking ASLO (a very
> > valuable project), please do keep internationalization (i18n) and
On Sun, 2017-03-12 at 12:16 -0400, Adam Holt wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 12:01 PM, Jim Salsman
> > On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 11:55 PM, Sam P. wrote:
> > > OLPC OS ships with an ancient (2011?) version of WebKitGtk+. I
> > don't even
On Sat, 2017-02-25 at 08:36 +0530, Dave Crossland wrote:
> Actually I am not convinced of this; I do not believe that the latest
> releases of the Python codebase reach classrooms, and the js codebase
> only reaches one.
> One of the projects listed is social help. It's a fine idea, but a
> fedora.sugarlabs.org (service down, no one reported so no one is
> using it).
> git.sugarlabs.org (gitorious). Someone should move all repos inside
> git.sl.o to GitHub.
Well, Google is really one of the biggest non-free software vendors
today, so saying yes to google and no to microsoft is very silly.
Also, organisations are big. Google makes Google Classroom and Google
Apps for Education ("GAFE"), yet still the OSPO gives SL funds.
On Thu, Jul 14, 2016 at 10:01 PM, Dave Crossland <d...@lab6.com> wrote:
On 14 July 2016 at 07:13, Sam Parkinson <sam.parkins...@gmail.com>
What do you mean? ASLO is based on very old technology, which is
going to get broken.
10/10 would love to improve ASLO. I
On Thu, Jul 14, 2016 at 5:04 PM, Tony Anderson
Apparently, it is another victim to 'deprecation'. Possibly the most
important feature of Sugar today is that it is based on Python 2.7
not being 'enhanced'.
What do you mean? ASLO is based on very old
On Fri, Jul 1, 2016 at 3:32 PM, Tony Anderson
This is what I have been able to find regarding the GPLv3 motion.
At today's Sugar Labs oversight board meeting , we discussed the
motion submitted by Sebastian Silva to finalize the transition from
If we want a reference device, it needs to be as boring as possible.
Let's not repeat the XO situation.
The issue with XOs now seems to be that they are all special snowflakes
with their special kernel versions. This is my understanding of why we
can't update them to the new versions of
On Thu, Jun 23, 2016 at 12:33 AM, Walter Bender
On Wed, Jun 22, 2016 at 10:30 AM, Sean DALY
On Wed, Jun 22, 2016 at 4:25 PM, Sebastian Silva
I wouldn't dismiss the Raspberry Pi 3 or similar
Dave, I don't frequent EBay listings, but it says:
> Customer is responsible for arrangement of freight trucking pickup
and insurance from our dock
Is that referring to the charging docks or the palette of laptops?
Obviously this is a small detail that doesn't effect the discussion,
They are XO1s... does Sugar run OK on the XO1?
$100 seems steep for an XO1. In the USA, apparently less than $100
yeilds you a "tablet" from "Walmart" (can't vouch for anything... just
searched it on the net) . Maybe sell it for less? Or try $100 and
see if we need to go
Didn't we all rebutt this proposal previously? Do I need to state my
Basically; look at who doesn't requre membership donations:
GNOME, Fedora, etc - Projects were most members contribute
Who even does membership donations? I think somebody said the GNU
The idea of running Sugar on NaCl is a good idea in my opinion.
* The Chrome web store "apps" are downloaded in some form - which is
good as even an NaCl sugar would probs be 500mb+
* It would make a good "gateway sugar" for people as it is easy to run
on many platforms.
* I would think of it
I'm not a big fan of this idea.
The SLOBs already seem to have some capital. But they seem to be
scared to spend it. How much arguing have we done over the translation
co-ordinator position? Something like a translation position would be
great, but nobody has seemed to actually do anything
On Sun, Apr 24, 2016 at 5:17 AM, Dave Crossland <d...@lab6.com> wrote:
On 23 April 2016 at 00:45, Sam Parkinson <sam.parkins...@gmail.com>
I'm no longer afk. I have collated the results into the attached
Previously, I also wrote up an analysis of
I think that reducing the "interface prejudice" is an interesting
question. Changing the theme to use more gradients, transparency,
shadows and stuff is very easy; we literally use the same toolkit that
powers GNOME's interface. The real question would be if we can test
this feature; if
Peter Robinson wrote:
Hi Sam, Gonzalo et el,
I've worked with the Fedora web team to update it some based partially
on Sam's details below.
Details are here:
Let me know of any feedback, I personally think it looks really fab!
+1 to one less account
+1 to a nicer workflow
+1 to automatically keeping us updated by the github email bot
On Apr 19, 2014 10:03 AM, Daniel Narvaez dwnarv...@gmail.com wrote:
Something is probably worth bringing up (it has been discussed a couple of
times in irc) is the possibility to
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