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  • ..., coders, designers, testers, and more - who work together from around the world on Sugar. Visit the '''[[Sugar Labs/Getting Involved | Getting Involved]]'' ;Using Sugar?: Get more Activities from
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  • ...down to favicon), building on familiarity of previous logo yet emphasizing Activities that draw kids in -- chatting, TamTam, art - to give a playful feel. Intent ...may represent an eye for its users gathering information from all over the world. This metaphor was also incorporated in the rest of the suite, while each l
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  • ...gar Labs coordinates [[Sugar Labs/Getting Involved|volunteers]] around the world who are passionate about providing educational opportunities to children th ...learning community. Thus, Sugar Labs is working with educators around the world to focus on these learning challenges:
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  • ...laptop-education-where-is-it-now OLPC's 100 Laptop was Going to change the world – then it all went wrong] |align=right valign=top|27 May 2010||'''PC World''' – [
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  • ...working closely with the developers and community members from around the world who have played the lead roles in the development of the Sugar user interfa ...oftware that runs on the computers maximizes the potential for engaging in activities that promote learning: exploration, expression, and collaboration. By being
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  • means you. Click the You-circle, and you will get back to you and your activities. ...ter a little while, the new activity opens. In the top right corner of all activities is a small menu, which says "Share with:". Click this to unfold the options
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  • ...r's closest desktop metaphor is the Home view: where the user can see what Activities they are currently using and access the Journal, which acts as a history of ===Using Activities===
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  • While we love the idea of children from all over the world collaborating on-line, perhaps pragmatic concerns about the security of all ...ate</code> should preserve any activities you have installed in /home/olpc/Activities.
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  • ...Software Projects"], as a starting point for a discussion on what sorts of activities Sugar Labs should be funding. In the essay, Mako takes a strong stance agai needs" of teachers in the developing world rather than perceived needs.
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  • ...r's closest desktop metaphor is the Home view: where the user can see what Activities they are currently using and access the Journal, which acts as a history of {{anchor|Using Activities}}
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  • ...sics education] that draws in several authentic observations and potential activities. ...their kids smarter better problem solvers, more likely to survive the hard world, etc. The real trick is to _make kid's want Sugar_. It can be done a lot of
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  • * [[Archive/Current Events/2010-03-17|2010-03-07]] (ASLO) has been the subject of much discussion... * [[Archive/Current Events/2009-11-16|2009-11-02]] The new activities site went on-line over the weekend.
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  • ...thin solid; background-color: #e0ffe0">This is a quick intro to working on activities for the XO, and other code for OLPC. Feel free to add to and update the ma options for programming in Python, Squeak, C/C++ and other languages or activities.
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  • ...looking for [[Activity_Team/Resources|documentation on how to create Sugar Activities]]?''' ...service and a presence service that are accessed through D-Bus, thus Sugar Activities can be coded in any language. The majority are written in Python, which ta
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  • ...LPC as a popular choice for low cost laptops for developing regions of the world. Our professor asked us to develop an application for the platform. Our cla **Activities
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  • busy week in the world of ultra-mobile PCs. Dell (See 6. Sugar tip of the week: How to install activities. There a several
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  • ...1_Kaput.pdf An introduction to the profound potential of connected algebra activities: Issues of representation, engagement and pedagogy]. Paper presented at the ...Constructionism in practice: Designing, thinking and learning in a digital world''. Hillsdale , NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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  • ...s in the hills around kathmandu. they're conveniently close to us, but "a world apart" from the city. ...HO, it won't take much to support Sugar once you can easily remove and add activities to free up space.
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  • What doesn't?: Roy Zimmermann is working in collaboration with the World Bank on a USAID-funded project to analyze the role of ICT on education in d ...normously helpful to developers. Please help us by reviewing your favorite Activities and filing detailed reports either to the wiki or the Sugar list.
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  • :'''<cjb>''' What sort of activities can Sugar Labs do that aren't based around producing software? Labs presence at a section of Linux and Learning conferences around the world
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  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) have just finished developing a world-geography game (Please see [ RPI Geogra ...tivities). The presence-service is now able to properly manage buddies and activities from gadget views and update them according Gadget events.
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  • ...him stuff like this, and it's not the same as having broadcasted it to the world. :'''<bemasc>''' This is the open source world. Ultimately, what matters is the code.
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  • ...a do whit this Development Guide?... I've seen other deployment guides for activities. :'''<walter>''' They can help with Sur. We need all the world
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  • ...d a Sugar Activity (or Activities), with supporting materials/webpages and Activities developed as needed. ...dback on the multiple designs, and pick one, describing how they'd see the Activities used in their classrooms.
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  • ...Labs, its goals and the status of the various Sugar deployments around the world. They are keen to get more input for their report. Feel free to contact Nit ...d economic growth, but that has yet to take root in much of the developing world. Local groups are seeking funding for three years, after which they expect
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  • :'''<walter_>''' Greg: Can you work up a list of major events around the world we might consider approaching so that we don't remain so US/Europe-centric? :'''<_bernie>''' marcopg_: let's setup git hosting for activities and new modules. developers will be allowed to host their git trees on suga
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  • :'''<marcopg>''' (ideally both activities and glucose would be hosted by sugar labs) :'''<marcopg>''' GNOME is doing small parties in many places around the world
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  • ...eer-editing exchange for bloggers would be easy to set up; it could make a world of difference in the quality of the writing, while not in any way impinging ...err wrote up some questions that I tried to answer in the wiki (See [[Talk:Activities/Turtle Art/Patching]]):
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  • :'''<walter>''' We need to host activities... :'''<tomeu>''' walter: so would be easier to host the gcompris activities?
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  • * Ask for use of World Bank teleconferencing network (80 locations around the world) [I have some experience with this--[[User:Mokurai|Mokurai]] 03:57, 24 Nove ...ions divided into tracks (some selection from topics like Constructionism, Activities, Glucose, Health, Textbooks, Content, Localization, Translation, Outreach..
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  • ...u want to help us bring the Sugar Learning Platform to children around the world. No prior experience with computers or educational technology is required - === Get Activities on the Stick ===
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  • ...GSoC, which should bias you towards easier projects such as [[#Stand-alone activities]]. But, if we had to rank this list in terms of priorities for Sugar, the [ ...atastores. However, it should work as a proof-of-concept with a variety of activities.
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  • ensure every child in Afghanistan get the laptop and develop the Local Activities for [ OLPC] laptops that could revolutionize how we educat ...ry of Education, makes sure they are operational and uploads them with all activities (programs) specified.
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  • ...and developers and establish regional, autonomous "Sugar Labs" around the world <caroline> are there sponsors/volunteers we want to solicit around activities?
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  • ...hook aimed at some concern of the person listening. For liberals, save the world. For hard-headed business types, talk about creating new markets. For socia * How will it affect you when we can educate every child in the world? (14 words) [[User:Mokurai]]
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  • ** Using current Sugar Activities and tools ...nsider the day their child was born the happiest day in their life. In the world's wealthier countries, that is. In poorer countries, the day a child born i
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  • ...a primary tool in the emerging market and a second device in the developed world. In my talk, I suggested that the netbook was at the forefront of the emerg ...on was the hot topic—the Sugar model is attractive even in the developed world. And, as always, how to change the culture of learning in schools remains a
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  • ...ocal and regional technical and pedagogical support; creating new learning activities and pedagogical practice; providing localization and internationalization o ...tner with companies, ngos, universities, governments, etc to perform their activities, so may not be so important if they themselves are ngos or for-profit
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  • 2. OLPC's Change the World program: It is refreshing to read that OLPC is beginning to embrace program ...sugar-meeting. We'd appreciate more input from deployment teams around the world. There is a [[Deployment Team/Local_Lab_MOU|draft of a sample memorandum of
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  • ...we face and is essential if our children are to excel in an ever-changing world. Providing every child with the opportunity to learn learning will allow th, reinvent, and reapply both software and content into powerful learning activities. Learning can be focused on sharing, criticism, and exploration. We have a
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  • ...oject name lowercase, e.g. pippy, turtleart, paint. Put it in '''category "activities"'''. * You can copy/paste [ Hello World] activity to get an example of usual files hierarchy.
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  • If you have no experience developing Sugar activities, these resources will help get you started. ...arlabs_mainpage_07.png|link=]]</span>
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  • ** Ask about moving activities to (or mirroring). [[User:Garycmartin|Garycmartin]] 22:00 ...igrating from OLPC document and produce a guide to posting newly developed activities.
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  • ...of last week is the acceleration of plans for local Sugar Labs around the world. A decentralize approach, where engineering investments in support of Sugar ...s available for Sugar. The team encourages independent developers to write activities and will support them in those efforts.
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  • ...Lander]). Previously, I'd written a Turtle Art falling-blocks game (See [[Activities/Turtle Art#We_got_game|We got game]]). Both of us are trying to understand ...rtle Art Portfolio in the wiki: [[Activities/Turtle Art|Turtle Art]] and [[Activities/Turtle Art#Portfolios|Turtle Art Portfolio]].
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  • ...ning-to-Change-the-World-Chapter-4.pdf Chapter 4 of Learning to Change the World]. ...s that people are using throughout the world to learn about or teach Sugar Activities. (Research)
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  •>''' I think Tomeu's proposal makes sense for Sugar, but perhaps not for Activities? :'''<walterbender>''' Activities are what end users interactive with...
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  • {{anchor|Activities, Not Applications}} ...laptop. La laptop enfoca a los chicos sobre "[[Human Interface Guidelines/Activities/lang-es|actividades]]." Esto es más que una diferencia de nombres; ya que
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  • ...ceiling:'' this mantra should guide your development efforts for OLPC. All activities and interfaces should be designed in such a way as to be simple and intuiti .../lang-ko#Home|홈]] 스크린은 활성화된 [[Human Interface Guidelines/Activities/lang-ko|활동]]의 각 인스턴스들을 표시하는 아이콘들을...
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  • ...or, instead, zoom in to focus on a particular [[Human Interface Guidelines/Activities|Activity]]. ...ies|private activities]], ending current activities, and switching between activities.
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  • ...Appropriately, the Journal's primary function as a time based view of the activities a child has done and the objects she's kept reinforces this idea. ...journal" button, but adequate adoption of this new notion of keeping from activities should virtually eliminate need for this.
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  • ...Appropriately, the Journal's primary function as a time based view of the activities a child has done and the objects she's kept reinforces this idea. ...journal" button, but adequate adoption of this new notion of keeping from activities should virtually eliminate need for this.
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  • ...eiling:'' this mantra should guide your development efforts for OLPC. All activities and interfaces should be designed in such a way as to be simple and intuiti ...ources have been freed. Take these limitations into account as you develop activities, since they will have a greater impact on the performance of your software
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  • ...eiling:'' this mantra should guide your development efforts for OLPC. All activities and interfaces should be designed in such a way as to be simple and intuiti ...íconos que representan cada instancia de una [[Human Interface Guidelines/Activities/lang-es|actividad]] en curso. El tamaño que una dada actividad ocupa en el
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  • hacia la laptop y focalizarse sobre alguna [[Human Interface Guidelines/Activities/lang-es|Actividad]] en particular. ...or, instead, zoom in to focus on a particular [[Human Interface Guidelines/Activities|Activity]].
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  • ...rhood|이웃]]를 보거나, 또는 특정한 [[Human Interface Guidelines/Activities/lang-ko|활동]]에 참여할 수 있습니다. ...or, instead, zoom in to focus on a particular [[Human Interface Guidelines/Activities|Activity]].
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  • gst-launch espeak text="Hello world" pitch=-50 rate=-50 voice=default ! autoaudiosink ....0, there are more recent examples in the GTK+ 3 toolkit for Sugar, and in activities.
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  • ===Activities, Not Applications=== ...learning experience we hope the children will have when using the laptop. Activities are distinct from applications in their foci&mdash;collaboration and expres
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  • {{anchor|Activities, Not Applications}} ...케이션]이 없습니다. 이 노트북은 "[[Human Interface Guidelines/Activities/lang-ko|활동]]"을 둘러싼 아이들에 초점을 붑니다. 이것은
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  • {{anchor|Activities, Not Applications}} ...laptop. O laptop foca crianças em torno de "[[Human Interface Guidelines/Activities|atividades]]." Esta é mais que uma nova convenção nomeada; ela represent
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  • the Activity class to get the activity id for your activity. Since most activities should inherit from the Activity class, you can actually just get a handle All activities must implement a class derived from the 'Activity' class. The convention is
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  • ...ies. In the upcoming (March) release of Sugar, the default behavior of all Activities will be to have their source code opened inside of Pippy, the Python editor ...eline, it is clear that for many Activities, it is not sufficient. In some Activities, such as Browse, view source is geared towards the content being browsed, r
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  • ...ndependent alternative to traditional “office-desktop” software. Sugar Activities running on the Sugar Learning Platform promote collaborative learning and c ...developers and establish regional, autonomous “Sugar Labs” around the world to tailor Sugar to local languages and curricula. Sugar Labs volunteers are
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  • ==== How do I upload my new activity to the Activities Library? ==== ...ies are coming from. As the infrastructure stabilizes and we get more new activities, we will post a new page.
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  • engaging in activities that are authentic to them. With Sugar, other, and share ideas. Activities such as peer editing are just one
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  • people to appropriate areas of the wiki and other sites such as the Activities Library. ...Learning experience. This will help extend our Learning Platform into the world wide web.
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  • ...oposal is a first step towards to goal of rallying universities around the world to address some of the challenges I raised in a blog entry last year [http: ...B of physical RAM [5,6] means swapping ~30MB to SD just to start Sugar (no activities running). Sugar isn't touchscreen-"compatible" as well (there are no "plain
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  • feeling is to prefer talking up Activities over the platform, but (05:20:57 PM) dfarning: Are we ready to promote activities? It will
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  • use programs such as word processors to participate in a technological world. (disagree strongly 12345 strongly agree) ===Sugar Activities===
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  • If you are a user looking for cool new Activities please visit the [ Sugar Activity Library]. All activities uploaded to the Activity Library must be Free and Open Source Software. See
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  • ...rag made some progress on a Web collaboration framework for our Javascript activities. (Mentors: Martin Abente and Lionel Laske) manager, Martin Abente. Note that well over 50% of the patches to Sugar Activities came from youths in the Sugar community and just under 50% of the patches t
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  • is Sugar on a Stick is being successfully used in Schools around the world now! Based on these experiences this is a list of some of the known challe A teacher should be able to create a USB stick, add activities, add some content, change the language, change the jabber server etc. Then
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  • ...within our partners’ organizations means taking a prototype towards real-world application. In both cases, we can learn from our mistakes (and successes). We itemized the positives of embodying SCAMPER into to sample Sugar activities:
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  • ...ork among students. Their can be many uses of this functionality for other activities as sharing has been a primary goal for the Sugar Platform. In order to conn ...iples of Software Engineering are actually brought into action in the real world. Other then this most of the work I am doing in this startup is infact in C
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  • :'''<cjb>''' it's not the end of the world for two people to disagree on how important something is; it's usually just ...ere's also some really basic, foundational stuff we're missing, like "core activities do not have maintainers."
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  • ''The results of this project are now in the [[Activities/Browse|Browse]] activity and at [ SSB] activity and a small utility that can create activities out of websites using that template. This combination will make sugarizing
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  • ...worldclock/fixedtime.html?month=1&day=6&year=2010&hour=15&min=0&sec=0&p1=0 world times] '''Classroom: Packaging Sugar Activities'''
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  • : Currently I am at world rank 756. ...g speech synthesis and it would be very useful to have more speech enabled activities. Various survey showed that voice + text based learnnig is much more effici
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  • Karma + Activities ...ea [[USER:BryanWB| Bryan Berry]]) to enable web designers to quickly build activities for the XO without having to learn a whole new skillset.
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  • ...ames, learn programming , build application, learn graphics and many other activities. We can associate various group activities among students to encourage them in developing environment.
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  • ** Dynamically adapting activities to a child's capabilities ...ols, after schools and in informal groups (like families) in the developed world for School Year 09-10.
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  • In 2001 I started to contribute to the open source world, I created a project called "Monkey HTTP Daemon", a ...was helping to develop the graphic toolkit and contributing with different activities as the developer console, log viewer, terminal,
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  • * Discovery / Plugin (How do activities find questions, i.e. how to get URIs to load questions from?) ...all amount of information below is meant to help someone new step into the world of developing for the Sugar environment, from Ubuntu and have all dependen
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  • ...ames, learn programming , build application, learn graphics and many other activities. We can associate various group activities among students to encourage them in developing environment.
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  • ...they [ discover] how the world (physical and social) works). Kids play together all the time. They talk, '''Activities''' - Activities, in the Sugar world, are the programs and applications on which kids learn.
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  • time. The Journal's primary function as a time-based view of a child's activities reinforces this concept. ...r=lightyellow|'''Use case''': A teacher could easily prepare a series of [[Activities/Physics]] models illustrating the construction of a system through stages.
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  • ...This will be the first real test of Sugar on a Stick by children in a real-world setting. ...ivities that could be readily ported to Sugar in the form of Gnash desktop activities, as per the [
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  • on any computing device'' for seamless continuation of their learning Activities and collaborations. ...on. Additional learning software is available for download in the [ Sugar Activity Library]. The software on the portable memory
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  •|Fructose]], a set of demonstration activities. ...isible "Stop" button, causing confusion for our young learners). Among the Activities, Browse, Write, Calculate, Terminal, Read, ImageViewer, and Turtle Art have
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  • teachers of primary, regardless of class maintenance and educational activities This study guide and inform the teacher is used, depending on the activities of XO, landmarks
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  • interface and student progress => something we need for '''all''' Sugar activities ...e research angle, collect related information and contacts from around the world
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  • ...written [ screencast activities] that would merit some TLC. Meanwhile, Bastian helped me get xvidcap runnin ...I plan on creating a wide range of videos, showing everything from running activities to installing them to debugging them. Let's try to flood Dailymotion with g
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  •]] | | [ Activity Library] | [http://git.sugarl ...ion buttons F1-4 => minimal information about views world,group,me,journal/activities,
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  • Moodle Linking to Sugar Activities hello world
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  • ...the release cycle. Stay tuned on updates to the Feature process regarding activities. ...high latencies and costs of internet connections throughout the developing world.
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  • ...hare, create, and collaborate. They become connected to each other, to the world and to a brighter future. languages], Sugar’s [ Activities] are used every school day by almost one-million children in more than fort
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  • TEOTWAWKI means The End Of The World As We Know It, and the idea is to preserve the type of collaboration we are ...e (or perhaps about 100 to 200MB less than that with a full install of all activities) one possible solution is to install it on an SD flash card by making /opt
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  • [[Category:Activities|Physics]] Physics is a physical world simulator and playground -- you can add squares, circles, triangles, or dra
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  • ...created in the Sugar ecosystem, such as libraries, sugar itself, and sugar activities. ...important to stimulate users into becoming doers&mdash;to modify existing activities, and to share the results of their experiments with other people, viz., a d
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  • *At least in terms of understanding with money, I am unaware of any other activities which could be used for multiplication and division. GCompris Money 11] [ GCompris Money Cents 11]
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  • ...requiring minimal change on part of the rest of the code base, especially activities. But a UI abstraction framework is a lot of work, for something that we are ...he world sharing his eureka moment with another at a different part of the world. Can we use a combination of [
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  • ...ogy by embedding it in the Sugar interface. Many of Sugar's most prominent activities lend themselves toward sharing and collaboration between children. As such, .... The Sugar site would be able to accept Sugar media of all sorts: "Write" activities, "Paint" drawings, "Physics" projects, and presumably games as well. These
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  • * World maps ...s very easy to remove this deficiency.Content bundles now appear alongside activities, in the list and favourites views. They are launched as expected with a cli
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  • ** It will also mean that activities that are not based on sugar.activity.activity have an easy way to find out === Consideration for activities ===
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  • ...ning-to-Change-the-World-Chapter-4.pdf Chapter 4 of Learning to Change the World]. ...of Sugar development (See;
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  • ...der>''' 2. Design an equivalent of the sugar-toolkit bindings for Qt-based activities. ...ns the platform base, the contributor base, and the available set of Suagr activities
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  • = Activities = about these two new icons (likely want them in sugar-artwork so other activities can use them) [[Image:tab-add.png]] and [[Image:tab-remove.png]]?
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  • ...ruguay is now a Sugar user. In October, we exceeded 1-million downloads on (At the year's end, we are over the 1,750,000-download mark). ...Team vibrant; James Simmons has been both writing some of our more popular activities and documenting how to write a Sugar activity; Sayamindu Dasgupta has done
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  • (06:27:03 PM) garycmartin: tomeu: on the core Activities, yes. (06:27:08 PM) erikos: tomeu: yeah, to move all the activities (has done some work sitting on his harddrive)
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  • [[Category:Activities|Map]]</noinclude> '''[[Activities/Map/es|(Esta Página en Español)]]'''
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  • More Info: [[Activities/Etoys]] ...lay mode button is no longer in the tool bar. Its menu can be found in the world's halo menu. The toolbar can be toggled using the new top-right button. Whe
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  • ...d to provide a new free learning experience that catches on will alter the world. ...ll extent of our efforts, we have divided the project into two separate XO activities. Fortune Hunter is a playable adventure game and Fortune Maker™ is a cust
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  • ...m can also leverage as part of the on-going Sugar activity update process. Activities updates wouldn't be tied to Sucrose release cycle, but it provides a nice f 4. Wade Brainerd has observed that while the download counts on are very high, the review counts are very low. For example, T
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  • :'''<walterbender>''' #TOPIC non-FOSS activities :'''<SeanDaly>''' ASLO activities in the search engine
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  • features to users. There are well-tested and robust models in the FOSS world for projects that follow regular release schedules, e.g., 6-month, support, for next stable OLPC, and one for the latest stable upstream) for their activities is too much work for them. As such, people support only one branch, and eit
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  • ...omputers to manage and process all this[sic] data." The goal is "to have a world in which all of the science literature is online, all of the science data i 5. Jim Simmons is writing a FLOSSmanual guide to writing Sugar Activities for beginners (See [
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  • ...a child's development; the OLPC program provides the means to provide the world's poorest children with an infinite supply of books; I came up with this id .... This can best be accomplished with participation from the authors of the Activities and software which ideally will be used in this project, in a collaborative
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  • ...s to the base Activity. To test some of these ideas, I updated the [ VisualMatch Activity] to use the new l ...a community portal for Sugar projects in Francophone countries around the world, including Senegal, Haïti, Cameroon, Vietnam, Central Africa, Rwanda, Libr
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  • :'''tomeu''' maybe activities would be more appropriate for gsoc? ...n picture of Sugar 1.0, then we can be more attractive to the RHELs of the world.
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  • Social Help] - A new forum for asking questions about Sugar and Sugar Activities. a central wireless internet router/connection), Sugar users around the world may not be able to connect with others using the platform unless it's throu
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  • :If Sugar is working as intended, 99% of Activities will be crap. This is :'''<alsroot>''' well at the end request wasn't about quality of activities but about having non-SP deps
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  • ...ndependent alternative to traditional “office-desktop” software. Sugar Activities running on the Sugar Learning Platform promote collaborative learning and c ...on children around the world. Most of these children are in the developing world.
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  •|Fructose]], a set of demonstration activities. This new release contains many new features, performance and code improvem showcase] section where Etoys users from all over the world can share their projects. There are many excellent projects already!
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  • ...inclusion on the default [[Sugar on a Stick]] image. This is the criteria Activities will be evaluated against when they go through the [[Sugar on a Stick relea The table of activities mapped against these criteria can be found at the [[Criteria_Status|wiki pa
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  • ...need the help. I always regard the value of one's life as making the whole world and other people's life better, and this project is just a great way to ful around me who will have the interests and be willing to write more cool activities for the Sugar Labs community.
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  • educational opportunities for elementary school students all around the world. There is a pronounced achievement gap between students in "developed" coun ...onal activities. It's currently used by over a million children around the world using XO laptops [ One Laptop per Child], so we know i
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  • [ Download Page on] ...ountless other improvements have been contributed by volunteers around the world. You can help improve XaoS, too!
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  • :'''<SeanDaly>''' Mirabelle not latest & greatest unless Activities in there.... ...<mchua>''' Well, latest and greatest for a certain audience. I think fewer Activities is better right now, but I'm an engineer. ;)
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  • : a child who is not able to operate keypad and touchpad can now open the activities by just speaking "Open Write Activity" or "Open turtle art" etc. They can e
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  • ...lack of feedback directly in the Sugar control panel -- or within a set of activities -- by making heavy use of various upstream projects. This proposal mentions ...ects within the Sugar environment whether it be in the Control Panel or as Activities are also going ensure good compatibilty within the projects. The reuse of c
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  • : a child who is not able to operate keypad and touchpad can now open the activities by just speaking "Open Write Activity" or "Open turtle art" etc. They can e
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  • ...Daly>''' a marketplace makes sense when the market is large... when it's 2 Activities, it's not large.... ...rbender: there'll be friction from their hosting/encouragement of non-free activities
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  • ...announcements about One Laptop per Child programs sprouting up around the world. There was [ ...ty time with his students, whom are in project teams, developing two Sugar Activities: OVC (a video chat system being developed in collaboration with the Nationa
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  • Even in the United States we know that the FIFA World Cup is coming soon – June 11–July 11. We can use it as an excuse to organize a Sugar World Cup.
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  • Labs Argentina has suggested we use it as an excuse to organize a Sugar World Cup. Beginning with the observation that many of the open bugs on the Sugar ...ties bundled with Mirabelle, Tom Gilliard has put together a collection of activities that can be loaded onto a separate USB key from which they can be installed
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  • ...nts are facilitating local Activity development—many of our most popular activities have come from downstream, which is exactly as it should be. ...sics and broke the students into project teams, which resulted in four new activities: Scrabble, Pintando Fracciones, SugarBrain, and Conozco. (The [http://wiki.
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  • *World Time Converter|'''Activities''']] [[File:Activites-Logo.png|100px|link=Sck/activities|Activities]]==
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  • ...develop educational issues. Principally develop their curricula in various activities. ...days) we will teach ALL ... the best way to learn is by doing and using XO Activities ...
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  • 1. Between World Cup matches, I have had a busy, but fun-filled June. ...hat they had not made the connection between their actions in the physical world and the reactions of their avatars. My hypothesis is that Scratch is abstra
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  • finally add animation to my sprite library (the one I use for all of my activities: Turtle Art, Abacus, Visual Match, etc.) "Simply" a matter of adding paths ...restating-the-obvious article on 1-to-1 laptop deployment pitfalls on the World Bank's website. (Most of Trucano's well-worn advise applies to any learning
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  • * Write a criteria for inclusion of activities into the core activities group. * Create a list of core activities, with the maintainers responsible for each one of them.
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  • ...mous investment in support made by the various deployment teams around the world are tangible evidence that we do not waiting for miracles – rather we are ...some fun reworking the Sugar Home View so that we can better support more Activities (and perhaps eventually content). You can see some sketches [[Features/Spir
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  • ...inas. They use Scratch, Etoys and some Turtle Art. They say they need more activities for teaching math and that geography now is much more engaging thanks to wi a couple of weeks he decided he'd rather stay away from the entire olpc world for a while longer.
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  • ...hours of effort, a minimal Sugar GTK3 activity was running alongside GTK2 activities. The plan below should therefore be quite credible, but some prerequisites ...y bringing negative consequences to Sugar; notably 2 of our most important activities (Read and Browse) are already broken and without a future until we catch up
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  • ...nt improvement over 0.88, most notably in regard to dozens of new learning activities; support for ad hoc networks and a more stable collaboration experience; a Stockholm at the beginning of last week and gave a keynote at the Open World Forum in Paris at the end of this week. I head to Costa Rica to run a Sugar
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  • ...arner (yes, teachers are learners too) that they do not have to accept the world as it is handed down to them. Rather they can be the instruments of change ...ntroduction of Sugar to three seven-year-olds to numerous updates to Sugar activities to a flurry of suggestions for improvement to our website. We have more tha
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  • :'''New: Updated activities through 02/08/2011''' (satellit ) South America World Factbook Map
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  • ...lots of different approaches to using Sugar to interact with the physical world, through sensors and software (Turtle Art, Scratch, Etoys, Measure). We had 3. Other activities: I connected Sebastian Silva and Somos Azucar up with a group at the US Dep
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  • ...e whole numbers (includes audio recording of numbers on the cards) [] ...shows the number as a sum of the units: ones, tens, hundreds, etc. []
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  • ...[[Activities/TurtleArt|Turtle Blocks]] to further develop the prototype [[Activities/TurtleArt#Nutrition|Turtle Nutrition plug-in]] into a stand-alone activity. Working with the maintainer of [[Activities/Portfolio|Portfolio]] to add a mechanism for exporting .ogv (voice over sti
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  • ...compatible with both Python 2 and Python 3, to support the large number of activities currently in Python 2 :* Python 3 activities must be instantiated with sugar-activity3 instead of sugar-activity
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  • ...ten and announced a few days before the event), some fundamental important activities could happen: # Write a little "hello world" PyGI standalone app (not activity) that has (say) a GtkButton and a GtkEnt
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  • ...ocal and regional technical and pedagogical support; creating new learning activities and pedagogical practice; providing localization and internationalization o ...ent framework for all activities and to make sure that all of the Fructose activities have been ported to the 0.86-style toolbars before the next releases from b
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  • ...g learners more opportunities to observe and interactive with the physical world. * Saturday afternoon: Plenary session (OLPC France’s activities, OLPC deployment feedback, etc.);
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  • that support the doing metaphor well, doing not only within regular activities and project teams, but also by individuals who tweak the software in the pr ...created in the Sugar ecosystem, such as libraries, sugar itself, and sugar activities.
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  • ...of the camp, which focused mainly on deployments and emerging educational activities from OLPC France. Daniel Drake reported progress on the Sugar development f "OLPC/Sugar Deployment to Madagascar island of Nosy Komba" at the Open World Forum,
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  • ...nal expression, and authentic problem-solving in pilot programs around the world. Many of these pilots involved 1-to-1 computing, in order to ensure that th ...impact on how computation is used in the classroom and in extra-curricular activities that has had far reach. We have also found talented practitioners. (An exam
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  • a tutorial on Cairo development and gtk3 and this managed to get a few activities ported (Abacus with the help of Benjamin and Raul and Turtle Art with addit ...window that is currently used to select objects from the Journal from the activities, to open files in a specific directory, for example, to find examples in Tu
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  • read a few paragraphs of [[Activities/Turtle Art#Getting Started]], then jump right in! Turtle Art manual] and the home page [[Activities/Turtle Art]].
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  • (Sugar activities, artifacts created by Sugar activities, books, etc.) Neighbourhood view and Sugar Activities sharing/joining) more stable
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  • *Added Column for Soas-v7 and entered installed activities --[[User:Satellit|Satellit]] 21:42, 21 January 2012 (EST) ...reation_Kit/sck/Activity_Matrix|'''Older Versions of Sugar''']] testing of Activities on SoaS-v1 to SoaS-v4
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  • ...ich a community of pedagogists and software engineers could build learning activities. The team used an iterative-design process: rapid prototyping of ideas foll ...y be incorporated. The journal was the brainchild of Ivan Krstić. Popular activities came from community volunteers such as Brian Silverman, a long-time collabo
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  • ...pms as new activities are submitted or new updates are issued for existing activities. And there will be a separate repo established for those rpms. ...o follow the development and build new rpms. (Currently there are packaged activities for Fedora where there are no further rpm issues due to lack of maintainers
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  • ...Creation_Kit/sck/Activity_Matrix'''Older Versions of Sugar''']] testing of Activities on SoaS-v1 to SoaS-v4 * '''A Master list of Activities and testing in various versions of Sugar are listed below:'''
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  • * Available in many languages for our millions of users around the world. current beta], place them to {{Code|~/Activities/GeoGebra.activity/geogebra}} directory and restart Sugar.
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  • ...variety of content, such as Sugar activities, artifacts derived from Sugar activities, books, etc., and the community social activity centered around this conten ...ernet-less environment with only one way to be synchronized with the outer world, [[wikipedia:Sneakernet|sneakernet]].
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  • ...US/sugar/addon/4593 the Sugar Activity Library] and is documented on the [[Activities/Gnuchess]] page in the wiki. Fairly rudimentary, but for a few fun features ...d action naming is much more streamlined and consistent. Check out [ v 154] and keep an eye out for v 156,
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  • == Change the method to add new actitivities in the activities list in home view (Jorge Saldivar) == ...we still need this (for configuring global default font settings) in GTK 3 world and try to use upstream gnome-settings-daemon rather than duplicating its f
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  • ...ble part of the system. Sugar does look in the $HOME/Activities folder for Activities. The folder has to be named to end with '.activity'. mkdir Activities
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  • ...tivity from the x or directly copy the entire directory to / home / olpc / Activities on the XO. HTTrack allows you to download a World Wide Web site from the Internet to a local directory,
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  • ====World Time Converter==== :'''Updated: Added new activities from the sugar-devel list up to:''' 01/21/2012
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  • ...chance to see some exciting projects, including a nice collection of math activities developed by [ Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería] i ...Laské) has written a [ "hello world" activity] using [ Enyo]. It includes all the boilerplate
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  • Squeak is the version of Smalltalk used to build [[Activities/Etoys|Etoys]], which has its own [[The Undiscoverable/Etoys|page here in Th ==World==
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  • [[Activities/Turtle_Art/Plugins#Expeyes|Turtle Art plugin for his device]]. to the students on the theme of "learning to change the world." We
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  • ...issue. As far as learning, I am skeptical of the premise that the virtual world is particularly relevant. I think the character of the tasks the children e ...oncepts or follow experiential learning processes to gain insight into the world around them?: Not sure what you mean by “tangible objects”. I think mor
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  • The objective is to develop a JavaScript framework allowing to write Sugar activities in full HTML5/JavaScript. The framework will expose to JavaScript an API to 1]. By the way, the resulting framework should be JavaScript f
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  • ...l allow kids to share their projects they have created using various Sugar activities like Paint, Tam Tam or Turtle Art. ...ting on their projects. For activity developers they could show what their activities can do and how to do them in Teacher's view.
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  • Turtle Blocks teaches children an important skill in today's world: programming. Its block-based graphical interface makes abstract concepts l ...makes Sugar a coherent system, rather than just an arbitrary collection of activities. Users will view it as a tool kit that helps them realize their ideas, no m
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  • <big>'''A Django based web app aimed at sharing and collaboration of sugar activities to foster learning and creativity'''</big> ...I’s , so that the services of the website could be utilised by the Sugar Activities to share the project on the site from within the Sugar Environment.
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  • ...roject is to establish a server program and client API that can be used in activities to introduce a way to reliably access quality machine translations of arbit ...lient API and server. This will also allow me to give some additional real world testing to the programs, so that any potential issues can be caught while t
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  • The objective is to develop a JavaScript framework allowing to write Sugar activities in full HTML5/JavaScript. The framework will expose to JavaScript an API to ...ework agnostic (no need for jQuery, Enyo, ...). More on this works [[HTML5 activities|here]].
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  • ...ant of [[Activities/Turtle_Confusion|Turtle Confusion ]] based on flags. [[Activities/TurtleFlags|Turtle Flags]] uses a [ ...://]). Two caveats: (1) the activities contain some rather large OGV videos, so be prepared for long download time
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  • ...ctly affiliated with the development effort are beginning to write [ Sugar Apps] using the new API. More de ...d [ Spanish-language activities] this week.
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  • ...o reach more children. A particular focus is on children in the developing world [Reference needed here]. In order to meet that goal, Sugar, which was origi ...ends, we chose the GPL as our primary license. Support of Sugar and Sugar Activities core packages is coordinated at the Development mailing list [Reference req
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  • ...field of literacy in an effort to support and sustain the diversity among world languages. More information is available in the site [1] = Use in activities =
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  • | 3 || Include Social Help toolbar button to the main activities included in the standard distribution || Major || 1 day || If the button wo ...e represents a well-known and intuitive tool for users. Contains a grid of activities with sections divided into questions, ideas, problems, reviews, all resourc
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  • ...he testing guide for activities and also the test suites of the respective activities. ...preparation) || Study about unit and UI tests and install all the required activities.
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  • ...with python 3.x . Python 2.7+ would also need to be supported for existing activities to run without a hitch. This would represent developers who prefer python 3 ...and provide a wrap around script that would handle both python 2.7+ and 3 activities. But maintaining the code could turn messy real quick. Fixing a python 3 sp
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  • ...o his own developing skills.Its an easy way to spread knowledge across the world. And at last , the documentation for the porting guide for the Sugar Activities will be prepared.
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  • ..., this will help in a child's education in some way or the other. Sugar's activities are used in school every day by nearly 3 million children in more than fort
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  • ...ccelerometer and camera and etc to the sugar web activities. There will be activities that would interact with these hardware devices and make it more interactiv | Adding documentation on how the activities can exploit the hardware interfaces using the API's written as the part of
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  • ...or that thing is. It didn't turn out as good as I expected because in real world, the lighting conditions matter a lot. Plus the camera doesn't capture perf ...b activities that enable collaboration just like the standard python-built activities. <br>
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  • ...ects. I'll be curious how he uses that feature. I am making a new set to [[Activities/Turtle_Art/Turtle_Cards|Turtle Cards]] to demonstrate the steps we took in ...a Digital]. The central plaza in Centro Historico in DF is turned into the world's largest free Internet cafe for two weeks. I gave a lecture about Sugar an
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  • * Compatibility with the rest of the Linux desktop world ...ftware Update", 0, "", "New activities are available!", "Please check your activities list", [], {'x-sugar-icon-name': 'module-updater', 'urgency': urgency}, -1)
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  • ...ning-to-Change-the-World-Chapter-4.pdf Chapter 4 of Learning to Change the World]. ...of Sugar development (See;
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  • ...erstand so well the need of open source projects for people all around the world. Also I used many open source projects in my activity as a student at a Com something I like a lot) and then come back and reconsider all the log activities I have done till getting stuck. Often I find different possibilities to do
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  • PhysicsJS and DimensionJS (Javascript port of Physics and Dimensions activities) ...Dimensions activities. When Physics is a natural playground and a physical world simulator,Dimensions is a pattern matching game-'a wonderful tool to test o
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  • ...allow a seemless and intuitive way to export the project to various other activities. ...nd convert it into an activity. The default template would be used for web activities as given at would be used t
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  • ...tutorial'''” section. In this section children will be introduced to the world of pixels. How pixels make an image and how they can be manipulated using t * I'm familiar with sugar environment, source code, activities
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  • <br>This summer, sugar labs is concentrating on exporting many of its core activities to sugar-web. As a part of it, as there is no 3D activity in sugar-web, thi ...children, the rotations, transformations of objects. Graphics creates real world onto the screen and this is what children are interested into and excited a
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  • intrigue me very deeply and since it is for the good and benefit of the world we live in, this project will make it all the more, worth taking up. I have ...important objective of sugar is to help children learn programming through activities like Turtle Blocks. One more such activity is “Turtle Confusion” which
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  • ...abs platform, but the end goal would be to make this a global entry to the world of git, and other repo's. So the goal is to make a user friendly introducti ideas on what the documentation system can be made to simulate the real world yet still be simple to use. The idea is to have some idea of what the proje
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  • ...know how things work outside the box, by this we get exposure to the real world. I can put up my ideas, work on them, and have freedom to develop things I ...y it too. The activity will open a different stream of learning apart from activities related to memory, puzzles, programming, physics and it will add to their k
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  • ...echanism for python-based activities(for python environment). But, the web activities are still devoid of it. ...s of software development which I developed while working as webmaster and activities coordinator for BITS ACM(Student Chapter of Association For Computing Machi
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  • Most of the XO computers are located in parts of the world which have little experience with computers and may have no effective acces ...anchit Kapoor :''' Children like to learn in a creative manner. Sugar labs activities have always been challenging the creativity of the students. HTML/CSS desig
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  • ...o be a part of this effort. Hence I would like to devote my summer in this world of open source and contribute in the community with my technical know how. ...ntation of turtle blocks activity in JavaScript. A student anywhere is the world would be able to launch a browser and improve his 3D visualizations skills
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  • I am new to the world of open source with just a few months of experience,the reason i want to wo is an interactive process between a person and a body of knowledge and activities in which the person gets understanding of a knowledge area. Based on the le
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  • ...learns about these, he can work on improving Sugar itself - like different Activities, creating useful plugins, etc. Thus this project would spark interests in s ...learns about these, he can work on improving Sugar itself - like different Activities, creating useful plugins, etc. Thus this project would spark interests in s
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  • ...form is an open-source project that helps in children education. The Sugar activities are used by over 3 million children everyday and if I could make even a tin I believe images form a crucial part of our existence today. We live in a world of visual culture, a dynamic era that is image-centric. Photos and images a
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  • ...on. It also makes it readily accessible to children in remote areas of the world, where Internet is not even dreamed about, let alone establishing it. ...ict discipline and punctuality. I also kept myself indulged in many sports activities during my school time, that taught me countless valuable lessons. It also m
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  • ...] to do $500 worth of translation in support of changes in Sugar and Sugar activities related to the 0.112 Release (approximately 500 words). ...One Laptop Per Child project, Sugar Labs coordinates volunteers around the world who are passionate about providing educational opportunities to children th
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  • of the future? Given the Paris climate summit, maybe it is time for the world to finally pick up on some of the OLPC/Sugar contributions. ...for XO-1, XO-1.5, XO-1.75, and XO-4 (Sugar 0.107 on Fedora 18, with a few activities upgraded). See [ the Release
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  • ...must re-design our collaboration model to allow collaboration between web activities regardless of the platform. ...ther ways to make Sugar useful as Linux desktop. Make it easy to run Sugar Activities in regular Linux desktop.
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  • learning capabilities no matter what platform they are using to run the activities which can be achieved with Sugarizer. ...required to understand the current versions of the activities so that the activities created on Sugar Web for the Sugarizer should have similar features to the
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  • ...illa-Firefox etc. Open-Source development has introduced me to a whole new world of software development which I was unaware of previously. It has been a gr ...some well known techniques like vedic maths, abacus and various other game activities.
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  • my activities being downloaded by kids and children from all around the world. Nothing makes me more happy than knowing that the code I write is serving ...Core since this February. Before that, I had already developed <b>6 Sugar activities</b> and I am constantly mantaining them.<br><br>
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  • ...cause I believe that equality of education is severely skewed - across the world, of course, but even within the U.S. alone - and I'd like to play a role in ...ds to Code is a program that introduces kids to coding through a series of activities that make use of Turtle in Python. It will act as an introduction to object
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  • ...un by themselves on a GNOME Desktop, or in a browser if they are Sugarizer Activities. ...supports the localization of Sugar by displaying the original Desktop and Activities texts and creating and managing alternative texts.
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  • ...a better way by adding an abstraction layer in the melody in present micro world. The ruler will initially have ‘x’ beats per minute set. And with each ...r the tempo is designed, it can be directly incorporated in the main micro world workspace as a tempo block by clicking on “export tempo” button.
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  • I am really enjoying the experience. Ever since I started exploring the world of open source, I have been mesmerised by the simplicity and the noble inte On the basis of functionality we have three different types of activities :
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  • ...­ Firefox etc. Open ­Source development has introduced me to a whole new world of software development which I was unaware of previously. It has been a gr This project aims on porting two sugar activities Turtle Flags and Turtle Confusion to a Javascript based version. Also possi
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  • ...derived from the Hello World activity. Version 1 will be limited to Sugar activities installed on the learner's laptop. It also requires that the target native ...) on the target native language. She is then presented a list of installed activities which support localization (have a po directory) and selects an activity to
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  • shown different possibilities for connecting the computer with the real world via sensors, music and robots, many others where given by students showing ...l event was coordinated by Tecnología Educativa of Codicen, and the local activities where proposed by teacher of ANEP, Centros Mec, and the Faculty of Engineer
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  • ...ning-to-Change-the-World-Chapter-4.pdf Chapter 4 of Learning to Change the World]. ...of Sugar development (See;
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  • ** 2.2 to check all activities on github work with the 0.110 release, and ensure their <code> ** 2.3 to check that all activities work well on the XO-1;
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  • ...h other, they are going to be able to build a new, more just and enjoyable world. ...stuck on fedora 18, stuck on old GTK versions, but it isn't the end of the world. Its fine! We just need to be clear that in 2016 that is what you have to w
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  • ...(long term) 'dream statement' of where we dream to be in a few years - the world we hope to arrive into, the big picture we are moving towards. 5. Tasks (short term) actual activities that are assigned to people to get done, eg "Chris Leonard to organize volu
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  • that the activities/tasks on the timeline will be completed on time. This is just my preferred ...Labs is one of the open source organizations that has a huge impact in the world. It
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  • I am new to the world of open-source. The whole idea of working with developers all across the world and developing software that millions of people
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  • Among other terms, please note the Project Management, Communications and Activities terms in the agreement provide that: ...h Python and raise the flag of Free/Libre Software. He loves writing Sugar Activities; His latest is a collaborative [
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  • ...ning-to-Change-the-World-Chapter-4.pdf Chapter 4 of Learning to Change the World]. ...s that people are using throughout the world to learn about or teach Sugar Activities. (Research)
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  • ...hon 3 version of the Sugar toolkit, as well as the Sugar Desktop and a few activities. ;Brief explanation: We have 345 pages under [[Activities]] in this wiki. It would be more sustainable in the long run if these pages
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  • * [[Activities/Turtle_Art]] * [[Activities/JClic]]
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