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Revision as of 18:49, 14 January 2018

Sugar Labs at GSoC

Project Ideas

Title Mentor Project


Internationalization and Localization Chris Leonard
Brief explanation
A goal of Sugar Labs is to enable our users to experience Sugar in their own native language. See Translation Proposal To Do List for details. See Translation Team for framework description.
Expected results
Work flow improvements for i18n
Knowledge prerequisites
Some knowledge of Pootle; some scripting experience; Python and JavaScript
Music Blocks optimizations
Music-Blocks.png
Walter Bender
Brief explanation
Music Blocks has never been optimized in any way. It would be helpful to review the tone.js optimization recommendations, as well as build some unit tests to measure and improve the program itself.
Expected results
A more robust and responsive Music Blocks.
Knowledge prerequisites
Knowledge of JavaScript, unit testing
Going Beyond Equal Temperament in Music Blocks
Music-Blocks.png
Walter Bender
Devin Ulibarri
Brief explanation
Most modern music systems are designed around equal temperament. But there are many ways to chose and tune notes in a musical system that offer different expressive characteristics. See also Music Blocks issues.
Expected results
Extend Music Blocks such that different approaches to temperament are available to the user.
Knowledge prerequisites
Knowledge of JavaScript, music theory
Maintenance of activities.sugarlabs.org (ASLO) Sam CG
Brief explanation
http://activities.sugarlabs.org/ is the Sugar Labs app store, where activities are hosted and downloaded. During GSoC 2017 we built ASLO v3 to address a number of deficiencies. But we have a few odds and ends that need to be addressed to bring the new site on line.
Expected results
Update missing license and repository info on the activities found in the Sugar Labs github repository. Popular the database for the new ASLO. Do extensive testing (including creating some test suites.) Document future maintenance on the Wiki.
Knowledge prerequisites
PHP, MySQL, Python, Apache, cron, PHP-Cake, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and git. See [1].
Lesson Plans for Music Blocks
Music-Blocks.png
Walter Bender
Devin Ulibarri

Hrishi Patel

Brief explanation
We have a Guide, but we really need some more scaffolding in the form of lesson plans.
Expected results
A website and PDF document that can be bound.
Knowledge prerequisites
Knowledge of music theory, writing skills
Just say no to GTK2 Ignacio Rodriguez
Cristian Garcia

Abhijit Patel

Brief explanation
GTK2 and GST0.10 are end of life. We need to upgrade the remaining activities with these dependencies.
Expected results
New versions of at least 25 existing Sugar activities.
Knowledge prerequisites
Knowledge of GTK, GST, and Python

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