Internal Organizational Improvements
- Maintain Sugar desktop and core activity set for both major Linux distributions, Fedora and Debian
- Maintainable mechanism for handling activities (port to new ASLO)
- Maintain infrastructure services for contributors; such as Wiki, web site, GitHub organisation, IRC channel, and shell server.
- Migrate all core Sugar Labs code to Python3
- Improve Migration of Wiki to git project
- Develop improved version of sugarize ;(add icons to sugar desktop that start other fedora applications)
- Maintain an active community of learners creating pedagogic contents for Sugar/Sugarizer
- Maintain an active community of developers for Sugar/Sugarizer
- Define community as it pertains to our expectation in Sugar Labs
- Alignment of Sugar Labs with educational institutions. Identify the gaps and build approaches to fill those gaps.
- Produce cross-platform collections of Sugar Activities
- Develop a better Activity for creating Activities, with features from Bret Victor's essays, such as https://atom.io/packages/hydrogen
- Pre-prepared (language and keyboard layout) Sugar VMs
- A Possible Stable version for Sugar Desktop Outside Linux (Mac OSX / Windows)
- Teachers Guide for Sugar/Sugarizer (make Sugar easier to use)
- Explore Changing UI/UX layout of Sugar and working on colors
- Develop guides describing how Sugar can support Common Criteria and other semi-mandated teaching curriculums
- Student Collaboration Integrating a means for students or children to work together in accomplishing a goals
- Work on describing a vision for Sugar Labs
- Revisit original Sugar design goals and see if any are able move forward
- A rubric for in-person events for collaboration and advocacy This would act like a "formula" for organizing effective "sugarcamps"
- A portfolio approach to what a potential consumer of Sugar may look for
- Competitive & SWOT analyses of Sugar (Strengths/Weaknesses/Opportunities/Threats)