1) Yes okay, that seems like the correct way to proceed.
We must try to incorporate the browser window.
2) Great! We can only use the Pi 3 though because it's
the only one that has Ethernet AND WiFi capabilities.
3) Great, I will plan to use a bash script w/ Docker.
I've used only used Ansible out of the three tools you mentioned, so I'll read
up about where Terraform and Packer will fit in.
Adam Holt (h...@laptop.org) mentioned that I should look
at this repository (https://github.com/iiab/iiab/tree/master/roles/sugarizer)
as a reference so this will be of great help as a lot of similar work has
already been done here.
4) Thank you, I will start working on the proposal and
I will communicate with the community about the impact of the project.
Thank you so much for your time, Michaël!
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On February 23, 2018 2:51 AM, Michaël Ohayon <mohayo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Rishabh !
> I’m glad you’re interested in Sugar Labs and the Sugarizer School Box !
> 1. I think that the Pi will be able to handle the load, we won’t have that
> much kids connected to the same Pi and the networking process is not that
> We should try to launch the server in background and display a web
> browser in foreground. If the load is too high we will see it quickly.
> 2. Yes, you’re right, the Pi should provide a Wifi AP to allow devices to
> connect. This AP should bring routing from Ethernet if connected.
> 3. Everything is possible, Ansible is a great tool. Combined with Terraform
> and Packer we should be allowed to deploy things without having troubles
> handling multiple cloud providers.
> The installation script could be performed using simple bash and docker.
> 4. I think you can start thinking on your proposal. You can continue to
> discuss with us to talk about the project but also the community and the
> impact of that project.
> Cheers !
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