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  • ===Game Design & Development === ===New Media: Interactive Development===
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  • * [[User:Morgs|Morgan Collett]] - Software development, particularly the collaboration framework and collaborative activities; Ubu ...:Arjs|Arjun Sarwal]] - India deployment planning, market research, ICT for development, Sensors in learning
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  • ...r provides a useful software infrastructure to help people in the activity development process. ...rchitecture to help as many people as possible to take part in the Sucrose development process.
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  • ...d calculus in one easy-to-use package. It has received several educational software awards in Europe and the USA. * Free and open source software.
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  • '''Sugar Labs DC Software Development Projects''' Sugar Labs DC is actively involved in the development of several projects.
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  • {{:Sugar Labs DC/Software Development Projects}}
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  • | source = Development Team/Manual ...project. Although this Developer's Manual focuses mostly on the software development side of the process, we are also very interested in encouraging the contrib
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  • - Testing during the development cycle: the distributions should hopefully start to package sugar already during the development cycle.
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  • == Software Map == | [[File:Harmonic Distribution Software.png]]
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  • ...devlopment cycle using a deployment with liaisons and a remote/distributed development team. The end product will be a tested and deployed curricular unit based a == Development schedule ==
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  • One key process in any software development project is the triaging of bugs and new features. The Sugar project has bee Undoubted, a key is to define a clear [[Development Team/Release/Roadmap|Roadmap]] and decision-making process.
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  • Development and Creative Workstation (developer-workstation-environment) C Development Tools and Libraries (c-development)
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  • ...ng considered for Japan's national coding curriculum in 2020. Music Blocks development for 2020 is being done in partnership with Gakken, a major Japanese publish ...tors, students, and school administrators alike in the process of our tool development and broader community.
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  • {{TeamHeader|Development Team|home=Development Team Home|roadmap_link={{Upcoming Stable Release}}/Roadmap}} {{:Development Team/Release/Modules}}
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  • a meeting among youths from different parts of the world who are working in software development. Taking advantage of this gathering, we are soliciting
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  • “In 10 years or less, Sugar Labs is a solid global friendly libre software community where you can learn to design, develop, deploy and support high-q Sugar is high-quality software for learning, especially by younger children.
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  • ...isting projects or starting your own. Although it focuses on the software development side of the process, we are also very interested in encouraging [[Sugar_Lab * [[Development Team/Manual/Setup]]
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  • ==Child Development== * Physical development
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  • ...es for learning, an independent Sugar Labs Foundation can deliver learning software to other hardware vendors and, consequently, reach more children. ...munity members from around the world who have played the lead roles in the development of the Sugar user interface (UI). Prior to OLPC, Bender was executive direc
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  • * '''[[Development Team/Project Ideas]]''' ...to your future employers that you're able to fit in nicely with a currenty software project.
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  • The weakest link in many open source software projects is documentation. Writing effective documentation is hard. Rathe In many Open Source Software Projects, writers struggle valiantly in an environment that is designed to
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  • Free software and content for Linux is provided in packages that combine all of the piece Software packaging for Sugar has several components.
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  • ...fied OLPC’s staff resources by leveraging key partnerships within the Free Software movement. ...duce a basic framework for Sugar upon which a community of pedagogists and software engineers could build learning activities. The team used an iterative-desig
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  • <noinclude>{{TeamHeader|Development Team|roadmap_link={{Upcoming Stable Release}}/Roadmap}}</noinclude> ....sugarlabs.org/ developer documentation website] for the '''sugar-build''' development environment.}}
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  • ...d by or affiliated with Sugar Labs Inc. This is a private initiative of [[#Development team|people]] who take part in the project. ...an access point for people who want to donate funds to [[#Development team|development team]] to continue working on [[Harmonic_Distribution/1.0/Roadmap|implement
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  • ...], possibilities will be open for vertically integrated projects involving software written by students at GCTAA being used with APS elementary and middle scho * A program to reach out to local free-software community and local industry
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  • ...ing dialogue with Rosamel Ramirez, a teacher in Duranzo about his activity development. Their latest collaboration is [http://activities.sugarlabs.org/en-US/sugar ...may well involve the creation of a new organization -- to augment our FOSS development efforts housed at the SFC -- to support the auxiliary operations involved w
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  • ...ation is easier on these and they are used as a primary target for all the development. === On an XO-1 running the software [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Release_notes/12.1.0 12.1.0] ===
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  • ...ch a project is very appealing. Moreover the open source world of software development creates many opportunity for learning new technologies , new ideas and that #'''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is 7 weeks long, May 23 - A
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  • *: Suitable for trying Sugar without having to install any software on almost any computer&mdash;just boot Sugar off of a CD or USB drive. '''N * As part of a complete hardware-software platform.
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  • This subpage of the [[Development Team]] is aimed at bringing together all known issues and solutions relatin * other software packages
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  • ...ood licences lists: [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing#Good_Licenses software], [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing#Good_Licenses_2 documentation] a ...tivity runs on declared Sugar Platforms.<br>Major sugar environments are [[Development Team/Packaging]]
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  • ...ware development. Beyond that, the students will be choosing what areas of development they participate in. ...er Science, Networking and Systems Administration, Information Technology, Software Engineering and Telecommunications majors are all majors seen within the FO
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  • member of the Software Freedom Conservancy, a New York nonprofit public benefit corporation locate ...ce, distribute, and support the use of the Sugar learning platform, a free software project.
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  • **XO computer design and manufacture, initial software Sugar development and porting to all possible platforms
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  • ...ful will be implementing methods that are usable on as wide a hardware and software user base as possible. ...i.laptop.org/go/Contributors_program/Project_proposal_form proposal]. Our development environments also include Virtualbox hosted .iso images.
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  • The Sugar Labs BugSquad keeps track of current bugs in the Sugar software and tries to make sure that bugs are triaged and handled correctly. The tea ...ity if you cannot program. If you have an interest in the programming and development process, you can learn a great deal from the communications of those involv
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  • ...among youths from different parts of the world who are working in software development. Taking advantage of this gathering, we are soliciting participation by lea ...ther two days will be for those who are already actively involved in Sugar development.
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  • ....org. It is an activity store, currently based off the addons.mozilla.org software. ...The new software will replace the web interface and updated code. The new software will add a new build pipeline and will (probably) add a command line tool f
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  • ...Translations | [[0.92/Notes|english]] }}{{TeamHeader|Development Team|home=Development Team|roadmap_link={{Upcoming Stable Release}}/Roadmap}}</noinclude>[[Catego ...for children, Sugar offers an alternative to traditional “office-desktop” software. Furthermore it provides a flexible and powerful platform for activity deve
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  • ...n the Sugar Learning Platform ecosystem. Harmonic Distribution consists of software, services, and practices that make interacting within the Sugar community m : A set of repositories that provide base Sugar software within heterogeneous environments including the most popular GNU/Linux dist
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  • :...Free Software. Sugar is a graphical user interface and a growing collection of software applications—Activities—that give children a rich environment for learn
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  • Packaging is the making of a software package for use by a [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Package_manager package ''If your activity is part of Fructose follow [[Development Team/Release#Module_release|Module Release]] instead.''
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  • ...ases for the XO laptops (including releases that are in the planning or in-development stages). If you are looking for the latest stable release, refer to the "Software" box on the right to make sure that you are obtaining the latest version in
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  • * Develop Local content and software that can be used not only for local purposes but also for the overall commu ...zation of conferences, workshops, talks and meetings related to the use or development of Sugar
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  • ...e development of the project. I think the Chinese students also need this software , hoping to do some localization and promote work Like other modules need to use HTML5 / JavaScript development.
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  • ...ion of health technologies and innovations in the context of international development. ** design usable tools (software, content, delivery methods)
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  • ...d] the first try to get the folks at Sugar Labs excited about Zero Install software. Several people from both communities showed their interest, e.g., Bernie I ...egular activities and project teams, but also by individuals who tweak the software in the process of learning. And not the least of options is sharing the res
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  • The ALT Linux Team is an international software developers team, collectively working on the [http://en.altlinux.org/Sisyph * Sisyphus unstable repository - development version of sugar
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  • ...ge that Gentoo will be used for regular sugar using, only developing sugar software thus you need only glucose and some parts of fructose like web-activity or * '''Development release'''<br>To install last release in development cycle use ACCEPT_KEYWORDS ''~x86'' or ''~amd64''
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  • *A major feature of f18 is the development of newUI a new anaconda. {{Note/note|WAIT until Installation source and software selection checking finishes before clicking on any spokes otherwise install
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  • ...l services and content. The BERNIE project is an attempt to put all of the software and content needed to deploy XOs with a school server on a single 1TB hard ...oftware and the wealth of new content becoming available. At a school, the software and content needs to be updated only once a year at the beginning of each s
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  • ...ting up a development environment for Sugar on Raspberry Pi, because Sugar development on generic computers is focused on those operating systems. - write the image to a microSD card, using software such as Fedora Media Writer, Etcher.io, or the [https://fedoraproject.org/w
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  • ...OEM like this case we would want to agree what you are including with our software and how you are using our trademark before we give permission. Approval by a trademark bot since you are using the software unchanged. Approval subject to you confirming you agree to our standard con
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  • Q. What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is 7 weeks long, May 23 - A Ans. I am an active member of my college society SDUT (Software Development Unit of TITS) which is aimed at developing projects for our college.
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  • There are several options for setting up the Sugar desktop environment for development, depending on what equipment you have; | Install virtualisation software, make a new virtual machine and install [[Live Build|Sugar Live Build]], [[
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  • ...d/SugarUsandoSoftwareLibreParaAprender/sugar.pdf Sugar and the use of Free Software]. ...to the FOSS way of software development.) The remix includes a ready-to-go development environment for contributing to educational projects and getting-started re
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  • ...ote:''' Most of this page was copied from [[OLPC:Developers/Stack#Activity Development Stacks]], so most of the links refer to pages in the OLPC wiki, [[olpc:The ...he individual activities are the Sugar Framework ("Glucose") and the Sugar Software Stack (the upper part of "Ribose").
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  • So, the right answer could be a more scalable and decentralized development model. That doesn't mean we should follow only a decentralized model, but w Activity development could be based on a pair of software-level solutions that are tied to each other.
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  • * Governance and the Software Freedom Conservancy ...are in line with the Sugar Labs vision. It is extremely important to push development and support into the hands of local organizations because: (1) it scales; (
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  • * Develop Local content and software that can be used not only for local purposes but also for the overall commu ...zation of conferences, workshops, talks and meetings related to the use or development of Sugar
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  • ...ce, distribute, and support the use of the Sugar learning platform, a free software project. ...d pedagogical practice; providing localization and internationalization of software, content, and documentation; and providing integration and customization se
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  • ...tives related to teacher training and professional development (FLOSS math software, LMS Moodle, Wikipedia), developing OpenCourseware ([http://www.edicionlibr ...ICT local proyect deployment to forrest learning and teacher professional development in Chile. This initiative promoted by the [http://www.foroinnovacion.cl In
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  • ...Sugar Labs® is supported by donations and is seeking funding to accelerate development. ..., distributes, and supports the use of the Sugar learning platform, a free software system that is freely available to anyone who wants to use or extend it.
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  • ...re team which does all this great work in the background without which the development would not be possible at all, * the deployments that provide the development team with feedback from the field,
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  • ==SuperKids Educational Software Review== Published by the Software Usability Research Laboratory (SURL),
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  • ...their teachers — have the freedom to reshape, reinvent, and reapply their software, and content. Sugar is based on GNU/Linux, a free and open-source operating * [[0.84/Notes|Sucrose 0.84]] (Development Release) has been released.
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  • * Software framework for * Volunteer Recruitment, Pipeline and Leadership development
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  • *USAID's [http://www.asmed.af Afghan Small and Medium Enterprise Development (ASMED)] ...ing together to improve education and bring new opportunities for economic development through low cost computing and computer literacy for the Afghanistan's futu
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  • ...ve prompted me to write about the relationship between Sugar Labs and free software. ...g the development of Sugar were necessary in the creation of Sugar and the development of Sugar ”products” will require dedicated in-kind contributions from i
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  • ...ket.''' A ticket is a way for anyone to suggest to the software or project development community that they should work on something. Tickets are used by [[Development Team|core developers]], [[Activity Team|Activity authors]], organized [[Bug
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  • *List of free teaching software (german) *Collection of free teaching software with tagged OS and screenshots, more than 80 pages in PDF
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  • ...918110925298 Groklaw] (with lots of help from Sean); and a presentation at Software Freedom Day. My favorite quote from the paper is: "The context for human development is always a culture, never an isolated technology."
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  • ...synthesis of ideas—is the most efficient means of invention and subsequent development. The “intelligence is in the leaves” and those who unleash that intelli ...iticism of ideas is a powerful force in learning and in fostering economic development; unleashing that is an important part of the mission. Conventional wisdom s
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  • ...us profesores — tienen la libertad para reformar, reinventar, y rehacer su software, y el contenido. Sugar está basado en GNU/Linux, un sistema operativo libr ...their teachers — have the freedom to reshape, reinvent, and reapply their software, and content. Sugar is based on GNU/Linux, a free and open-source operating
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  • ...evels, making it possible for children to learn ideas at earlier stages of development, and to go much deeper into those ideas. There is substantial research that
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  • * (Software Freedom Conservancy) SFC. :Simon reported on [[Development Team/Meetings#Form_the_Sugarlabs_Bugsquad|the creation of the BugSquad]]. W
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  • ==Mako's Essay on Funding Free Software Projects (extract)== ...nce against the introduction of paid labor into a primarily voluntary free software project; so this is far from a neutral starting point. Nonetheless, let the
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  • ...us professores — têm a libertade para reformular, reinventar e refazer seu software e o seu conteúdo. Sugar é baseado em GNU/Linux, um sistema operacional li ...their teachers — have the freedom to reshape, reinvent, and reapply their software, and content. Sugar is based on GNU/Linux, a free and open-source operating
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  • ...th, and its availability to translators, distributors and deployers. See [[Development Team/Release/Modules]] for a list of modules with their maintainers and pee ...is smaller group of people aren't the only ones that can contribute to the development of Sugar itself. Anyone with some spare time and enough skills and passion
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  • * Current affiliation with Sugar Labs: maintainer of the [[Development Team/Buildbot|build infrastructure]] * Name of project: Version support for [[Development Team/Datastore Rewrite|data store]] / [[Design_Team/Designs/Journal|Journal
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  • ==Getting started in Activity development== === Activity development tutorials ===
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  • In Terminal activity, install some necessary software: If you are building a development environment on Ubuntu or Linux Mint, install the following packages instead
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  • ...and focus closely on the parts of the UI that pertain directly to software development and the ways in which applications, presented as "[[Human_Interface_Guidel ...s around such otherwise familiar terms that you should consider throughout development.
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  • ...k will end with the [http://www.sfscon.it/2009 SFScon2009] the annual Free Software conference in South Tyrol. * 0.88 Sucrose Development Release Roadmap
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  • ...er-facing infrastructure for installation, reviews, and ratings. (Activity development infrastructure will be hosted elsewhere.) * Development - fixing bugs, committing patches, and pushing them upstream.
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  • Dennis responded asking him what development environment he has used in the past and received the following response:<br The way I developed all the software was through Ubuntu. It's a very easy to use Linux distribution and it has a
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  • * To follow good software engineering practices during development * Limited time available for development
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  • ...n mentored Yash Khandelwal, a student from IIT Hyderabad, on Music Blocks, software designed for teachers and learners to explore the fundamental concepts of m ...om to study, without restriction, both how to use the software and how the software itself works, i.e., how it transforms their instructions into their musical
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  • :[[Development_Team/Release/Modules| Activity Information In Depth]] Development Team Release Modules :[[Activity_Library/Devel]] ASLO development information
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  • '''Blocker''' Blocks development and/or testing work ...based on subjective questions like 'would we be embarrassed to release the software with this bug.'
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  • ...lman] project. For help with their service, see their [http://www.gnu.org/software/mailman/docs.html documentation page]. ...bsp; [http://lists.sugarlabs.org/listinfo/SoaS Sugar on a Stick (SoaS)] || Development of live Sugar distributions
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  • The public can learn that it is the Sugar software that powers those computers; and it is people, dedicated to the Sugar princ ===Learning software===
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  • ...-thinking skills, and to further the development of diverse communities of development and support around the needs of teachers and learnings. Children are not of ...fort because we demand a level of engagement missing from most educational software: Sugar is about the “hard fun” of learning as opposed to the facility o
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  • ...in Wellington and Auckland were recognized for their contributions to Free Software in NZ. ...t from Uruguay has posted two new activities: an image viewer and a Python development environment. Meanwhile, ASLO reports over 4.25 million downloads.
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  • .... Not only this but enhancing the User Experience of the products of Sugar Software will also be one of my target in the coming future.
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  • * What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is 7 weeks long, May 23 - A ...increased interest in programming and open source software. My interest in software started when I took an introductory course on C programming. In this course
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  • For software, this task is divided into two steps: * Internationalization (I10n): Developing features in underlying software that enables localization;
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  • Also, you will likely need to set up the Sugar development environment. See http://developer.sugarlabs.org/dev-environment.md.html for ...lopment process. At Sugar Labs, we are trying to bring the culture of Free Software into the culture of school. So the Code-in is not just an opportunity for u
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  • ...the discussion about appropriate uses of computers in education, including software design, textbook redesign, and other content, and about what computers are ...synthesis of ideas—is the most efficient means of invention and subsequent development. The “intelligence is in the leaves” and those who unleash that intelli
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  • member of the Software Freedom Conservancy, a New York nonprofit public benefit corporation locate ...ce, distribute, and support the use of the Sugar learning platform, a free software project.
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  • * [http://0install.net Zero Install] - Decentralized cross-distribution software installation system that Sweets is based on. * [https://addons.mozilla.org addons.mozilla.org (AMO)] - The source software for [[#Activity_Library|Activity Library]].
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  • ...ve industrial experience in coding. I completed 2-3 paid internship in web development and e commerce websites in developer role. I would like to mention those he * As web team head ,I contributed in development of kshitij,2015 website and various games and portals associated with kshi
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  • ...is supported by donations and is seeking [[Donate|funding]] to accelerate development. :::::::<span style="font-size: 150%">for learning and software-development</span>
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  • Also, you will likely need to set up the Sugar development environment. See http://developer.sugarlabs.org/dev-environment.md.html for ...lopment process. At Sugar Labs, we are trying to bring the culture of Free Software into the culture of school. So the Code-in is not just an opportunity for u
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  • ...Sugar Shell. But the major purpose of introducing new format is supporting software hosted on the [[Sugar Network]]. In particular, new format assumes the foll * Support binary based software;
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  • ...ardware and distro independent alternative to traditional “office-desktop” software. Sugar Activities running on the Sugar Learning Platform promote collaborat ...profit organization, is a member project of the [http://sfconservancy.org/ Software Freedom Conservancy]. The mission of Sugar Labs is to support the Sugar com
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  • ...n, distribute, and deploy the [[What is Sugar?|Sugar Learning Platform]] ''software'' on inexpensive USB and SD flash storage devices, which people can easily ...nload in the [http://activities.sugarlabs.org Sugar Activity Library]. The software on the portable memory device allows students to have the same learning too
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  • ...e activation delays), and expanded internationalization of Etoys. The next development release is scheduled in two weeks. Thanks to everyone who made this release ...These volunteers are engaged in a variety of activities: some are writing software to improve Sugar; some are porting Sugar to new platforms; some are develop
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  • ...xt of a critical dialog is a powerful model for both learning and software development. I'm in Finland now, fulfilling my obligations as a visiting faculty member ...at value to the project. The audience of these communications are the free software community, educators, educational researchers and activists, philanthropies
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  • 1. Award-winning: We can start referring to Sugar as "award-winning software." It earned a silver medal in the International Design Excellence Awards '0 ** Help expand the community to include development of pedagogy; models of use; etc.
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  • Also, you will likely need to set up the Sugar development environment. To do that and to further information about contributing to th ...lopment process. At Sugar Labs, we are trying to bring the culture of Free Software into the culture of school. So the Code-in is not just an opportunity for u
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  • ...f the source code to the Browse activity and submitting it upstream to the Development Team, in addition to writing the launcher script. ====Quiz software====
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  • *A major feature of f18 is the development of newUI a new anaconda. {{Note/note|WAIT until Installation source and software selection checking finishes before clicking on any spokes otherwise install
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  • ...it is the most efficient way of developing software, and perhaps not only software.<br /> ...hat schools instill in their students by teaching them using closed source software. I have been fortunate enough to get some exposure to linux and kde early e
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  • ...nfrastructure like wiki/trac/launchpad, using existing groupware web-based software, or creating project from scratch. The site could also be lightweight, and * Mix in a groupware component with the Sugar development model, keeping in mind its casual and decentralized nature
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  • ...au in Hobart. It is an open discussion to explore strategies for community development and paths forward for OLPC and Sugar in the region. We expect attendees fro ...st week. He reports lots of enthusiasm now that getting involved with OLPC development is as easy as getting involved with Fedora.
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  • ...ll give you with unmetered website hosting resources for reaching complete software & hardware freedom in maintaining your ever-expanding online presence. You ...hey rely on third-party software solutions. Unlike theirs, our web hosting software was created in-house by us. On top of that, our business approach is custom
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  • This is the most current (development) version of Glucose. It will eventually be frozen and numbered like the ve ...ce to start, the strings in this project largely overlap with Glucose (the development version) and finishing one of these two projects will result in many string
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  • The OLPC's software environment is a heavily modified [[Fedora]] 11 Linux system running a cust ...re just wanting to check the platform out, or are setting up for long-term development work (i.e how much time you want to invest in getting the best possible set
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  • | You can directly benefit a new software developer's coding competency and confidence levels while contributing to S ...ideatorrent/gsoc/most_popular_ever/ ideas], and here you can look for more development ideas - [http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Summer_of_Code/Resources#Project_Idea
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  • ...lked about some of the opportunities, especially in education, afforded by software that is "reliable and has a unit cost of zero." I spoke briefly with Brewst ...generation). They are a group of pre-university students involved in FLOSS development. Sugar Labs has great synergy with this group; I have already tried to conn
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  • ...ing of a Joint Architecture for Unmanned Systems (JAUS) compliant Software Development Kit as a part of a startup I am co-founder off. Things I worked on (all in Q.3 : '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is 7 weeks long, May 23 - A
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  • There are several options for setting up the Sugar desktop environment for development, depending on what equipment you have; | Install virtualisation software, make a new virtual machine and install [[Sugar Live Build]], [[SoaS|Sugar
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  • ...ther options are [[VirtualBox]] (Free Software) and [[VMware]], commercial software with a no-cost runtime version. * BSD: qemu in development
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  • This is our development and community shell server, also running a number of first-tier The dom0 is hosted by the [http://www.fsf.org/ Free Software Foundation] at the [http://www.gnaps.com/ Global NAPs] collocation facility
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  • ...st creates possibilities that still baffle the old-school business types. Software really does want to be free. I'd really like to help this happen. What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is 7 weeks long, May 23 - A
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  • deal with before we are officially members of the Software Freedom part of the unstable development cycle. Though there surely will be
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  • ...alkie helps to meet two of the very important goals of Sugar Labs and free software communities :- #To provide a forum for discussion and support for technology and development for learning.
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  • ===Development Environment=== ...tall the Pydev plugin for Eclipse. Help --> Software Updates --> Available Software --> Add Site. Add http://pydev.sourceforge.net/updates/ and install.
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  • ...is developed and maintained by Sugar Labs, a global volunteer community of software developers and educators. Our goal is to raise a generation of critical thi ...that Free Software developers don't just write code; they talk about Free Software, they criticize it, and they discuss other people's criticisms.
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  • ...ck from teachers who have been using the Sugar learning platform&mdash;the software that runs on the OLPC-XO-1 laptop&mdash;to help Sugar Labs prioritise resou Sugar is the software used on the OLPC-XO-1 laptop computers deployed as part of Project Ceibal.
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  • :Sugar is an educational software platform built with the Python programming language and based on the princi === Who is doing Sugar development? ===
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  • ...them were developed in university classes (they are in different stages of development) and they are hosted at Google Code: ...o supervise the university stock. It has been developed for a course named Software Engineering Laboratory 2 and
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  • It is strongly recommended that you read about the review process and [[Development Team/Code guidelines|Code guidelines]] before starting to code. ...r code follows the [[Development Team/Code guidelines|code guidelines]]. [[Development Team/Code guidelines#Tools|Automated style checkers]] can be quite helpful.
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  • ...are to facilitate discussion in classroom with the help of technology. The software will aim at providing teachers and students with a tool to pose problems an ...erical marks. '''Though this feature is subject to discussion. Since, this software does not want to promote the current examination system of awarding marks i
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  • ...ts who blog about their Sugar learning experiences; and everyone, not just software engineers, contribute to the code base. (Children as young as 12-years old ...Nepal, the United States, and more than 40 other countries. Sugar is Free Software (GPL3) and is available in more than 25 languages. (We have projects in mor
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  • ** <font color="red">Status:</font> Currently under development; See "Reading Library" below. ...ore about this portion of the XS project or are interested in assisting in development.
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  • ...separately, to minimize confusion. For cutesy codenames, we could have a development build ("glycogen", a starch used to produce Glucose) and a stable build ("c ~ For example, Skype, printer capability, IM software
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  • :* Dual boot with your current software, if you have Windows ...hild with a rugged, low-cost, low-power, connected laptop with content and software designed for collaborative, joyful, self-empowered learning. When children
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  • ...s, but I do have a good deal of experience working in teams assigned in my software engineering courses, with whom I successfully complete our assigned project Learning of Sugar Labs’ aim is to innovate learning software for children, and all of the amazing projects listed on the wiki, inspired
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  • This guide describes how to prepare software projects to be distributed via Sugar Labs' Packaging Management System, Swe ...it is useful for this topic's purpose. Read the [[#Development with Sweets|Development with Sweets]] section to learn about the available usage scenarios.
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  • It goes without saying that reading is a crucial tool for a child's development; the OLPC program provides the means to provide the world's poorest childre ...be accomplished with participation from the authors of the Activities and software which ideally will be used in this project, in a collaborative effort with
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  • ...ncept enables every developer to learn new things and to contribute to any software to enhance its quality and also his own developing skills.Its an easy way t ...e package. Since there is requirement of the latest technologies for every software so I would work as fast as i can so as to port it to Python3. After that, i
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  • ...s volunteers are passionate about learning and the opportunities that Free Software can bring to education. ...re especially important. Most developers will not become familiar with the software and comfortable contributing through day-to-day use.
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  • ...ld not apply before, but now after gaining enough experience about project development and technical skills I didn't want to lose the opportunity to contribute ba ...ese creativity are the most important one and the most beneficial in child development. Computers on other hand are meant for catching imagination and creating ar
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  • This page displays the pertinent information regarding the development of Blocku. If you would like to help out with the development of Blocku then contact any of the active members. We would be happy with an
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  • * Worked on backend development of [http://www.ieeeniec.com IEEE NIEC] The development of Server dashboard will help create a user friendly interface through whic
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  • ...log post about the Sugar desktop pointing to ways volunteers can help with development||??|| Needs a volunteer|| ??|| ?? * Objective: Maintain development and documentation of Music Blocks and Turtle Art
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  • ...uld read and understand the terms of the [[Sugar_Labs/SFC_Fiscal_Agreement|Software Freedom Conservancy Fiscal Agreement]], because such terms bind our behavio 2.2. The Project Will Be Free Software.
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  • ...through SugarLabs. This is my first time contribution towards Open Source Development. '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22;
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  • ...he urging of Yama Ploskonka, I went to Washington, DC to the Interamerican Development Bank (IADB) to attend a [http://www.iadb.org/news/detail.cfm?Language=Engli :The stated workshop objectives were: (i) Understand development experiences and case studies of national projects for the integration of In
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  • ...Simon Schampijer reports that Sucrose 0.82 has been released (Please see [[Development Team/Release/Releases/Sucrose/0.82|Sucrose 0.82]] for details and documenta Please also see [[Development Team/Release/Roadmap/0.84#Goals|0.84 Goals]].
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  • ===Software Freedom Conservancy=== ...s of a formal legal structure while keeping themselves focused on software development." Governance must be maintained by Sugar Labs on its own behalf to provide
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  • * '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22; ...r pixel data available for further statistical analysis by the rest of the software.
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  • ...ged member of the team which implemented phonetic search in the automation software using Python and Django. The biggest problem that I faced was to implement ...unctionality so that students can provide feedback to their teachers. This software is not only limited to this feature, but it has further three different mod
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  • ...e]], and [[QEMU]]. Virtual machines emulate computer hardware resources in software and allow your to install and run disc images from different operating syst * The virtual appliance is ''not ready'' for general use and under heavy development. Any help with testing it is appreciated, though.
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  • Development is proceeding on a new version of Sugar Clone, which uses the Device-mapper ...e security, enhancement, and bug fixes are distributed through PackageKit (Software Update) or Yum update, which are turned off by default on LiveOS installati
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  • ...gist of the various conversations is that we need to tackle a typical Free-Software project issue: how can we make the project more friendly and accessible to
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  • ...oyed in, for example, Uruguay), the grass is not greener in the commercial software world. One need not look farther than the evolution of Android or iOS over ...el Perscheid from the University of Potsdam has been using Etoys as a game development platform with his students. [http://www.hpi.uni-potsdam.de/hirschfeld/proje
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  • ...it is the most efficient way of developing software, and perhaps not only software.<br /> ...hat schools instill in their students by teaching them using closed source software. I have been fortunate enough to get some exposure to linux and kde early e
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  • 2. FOSSED: Kevin Cole is helping to promote the Free & Open Source Software in Education (FOSSED) conference to be held at the Governor's Academy in By ...discussing various approaches to school administration tools on the Server Development list. Moodle, which will be bundled with the school server by default is co
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  • Some Pygame/PyGTK Activity development and a module for Pygame. I'm a few months behind on Sugar development, but think its a fabulous project. Let me know what you need of me.
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  • ...ith a former classroom teacher who is now focusing full time on curriculum development. There was synergy between all of our goals: good things will happen. Howev ...that way: It seems there is still quite a bit of misinformation about free software in Texas (See [http://austinist.com/2008/12/10/aisd_teacher_throws_fit_over
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  • ...rally, thus I think it will work well with the distributed nature of Sugar development. (So fork your favorite project (TurtleArt) in order to try out your ideas! ...e GNOME Foundation as part of the GNOME Advisory Board. Sugar Labs creates software for young children used on platforms like the One Laptop Per Child's XO. Su
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  • ...h-tech market research and technical writing, and work in Unicode and Free Software. The mission is whatever planning, funding, research, development, and deployment is needed to make that happen, with a focus on Management b
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  • ==Upgrade to f25 in Gnome Software== *Upgrade is now offered to go to f25 in Gnome Software
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  • * [https://sugardextrose.org/ Dextrose development site] - [[Dextrose]] *software update uses http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Activities/G1G1/
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  • ...efficient audio and video conferencing.As most of the applications in OLPC software,this tool can also be implemented using python programming language.To prot :* The development of the Talkie activity can be stated in following sequence.
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  • ...into child development and computers in education. Much more research and development will be needed in this direction.
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  • ...Also, when their employees work within the communities that maintain their software, they work directly with the most qualified engineers in those technologies ...and they interoperate with each other." Alas, there is no mention of Free Software in the article. It is not clear to me how a proprietary system would solve
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  • ...t the Activities themselves). To learn how to create smoke tests for other software (such as Activities), see [[Release Team/Creating a Smoke Test]].
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  • ===Development Approach=== This would help in revealing any bugs/mis-conception early in development phase itself and also give more time on enhancing the application as desire
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  • ...is basically aimed to help learners especially children who are new to web development to build skills. The technologies to be used to build this project will be * What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22;
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  • 1. Software Freedom Conservancy: Bradley Kuhn has written to inform us that the Conserv 8. Libre Software: Hilaire Fernandes reports that the 9th Libre Software Meeting will be held at Mont de Marsan, Landes, in SW France, from the 1 to
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  • ...is a Sugar-based log viewer that is in most distributions to help you view software logs. You can copy text from the view pane into the Sugar clipboard, then f If you are using a version older than the development release 0.83, run the emulator with the following command:
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  • ...ther program to bail out the computer industry. Simply replace the clunker software that most schools are using—Windows 2000 or Windows XP—with Sugar. Sug ...Mahidol at an MIT Symposium, “Miracle of Life”, which focused on her youth development program in Thailand. John (J5) Palmieri and I demoed Sugar on a Stick to th
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  • ...academic outcomes, improved national economic competitiveness through the development of a creative society, and that the total cost of technology ownership, inc ...evelopers (You can follow the development in the wiki at [[Deployment Team|Development Team]]). We plan to meet biweekly on irc.freenode.net, Channel #sugar-meeti
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  • ...u|Tomeu]] on 26th September 2010 at [http://www.kosovasoftwarefreedom.org/ Software Freedom Kosova Conference]. ...rg/bernie/sugar/slides/realness-leading-sugar.odp Realness - Leading Sugar Development], presented by [[User:Bernie|Bernie]] on 30 May 2010 at the [http://realnes
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  • ...ls=sugar web client]) and ask your question about activity, or sugar core, development process. Also browse chat [http://meeting.sugarlabs.org/sugar logs]. ...changes and benefit from their efforts. Sugar 0.96 (available in OLPC 12.1 development builds) includes support for a transition period, where both GTK2 and GTK3
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  • 1. Latest Sucrose: The new [[0.82/0.81.3 Notes|Sucrose]] 0.81.3 Development Release is now available. The release has some new features, including: Man With the release of 0.81.3 we will be in feature freeze ([[Development Team/Release#Feature_freeze]]): this affects all of the modules included in
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  • ...phone with Nitika Tolani-Brown, a Research Analyst with the International Development Program at the American Institutes for Research. She and her colleagues are ...of the region and to create a viable community around free and open-source software, a major movement internationally that is fueling innovative technology and
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  • ...ld not apply before, but now after gaining enough experience about project development and technical skills I didn't want to lose the opportunity to contribute ba ...ese creativity are the most important one and the most beneficial in child development. Computers on other hand are meant for catching imagination and creating ar
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  • ...nt, check out Karl Fogel's [http://producingoss.com/ Producing Open Source Software].)
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  • ...de Usuario - ''user interface'') que afectan directamente al desarrollo de software y las maneras bajo las cuales las aplicaciones, presentadas como "[[Human_I ...and focus closely on the parts of the UI that pertain directly to software development and the ways in which applications, presented as "[[Human_Interface_Guidel
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  • http://wubi-installer.org/ Designed, initially led development of, and created the prototypes and early versions of the Windows-based Ubun Further details about of my FOSS development activities (code repository, bug reports, specs) can be found on http://lau
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  • ...of free software and currently belong to the Peruvian Association of Free Software APESOL(www.apesol.org). After the project worked with SugarLabs and OLPC fo ; What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is 7 weeks long, May 23 - A
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  • 1. Software Freedom Conservancy: Sugar Labs is entering discussions with the Software Freedom Conservancy (Please see
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  • ...tory of Constructionism, which has had a great influence on the design and development of Sugar. ...g software to run on computers is a powerful means to drive learning. Free Software raises the ceiling by enabling student contributions to the design, the doc
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  • * [[Development Team/Release/Roadmap]] * [[Development Team/Release]]
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  • ...Guzman Trindad, a teacher in Uruguay, has been giving me feedback in this development. I think we have a pretty decent tool in Version 41 [http://activities.suga 4. Daniel Drake has announced the first release candidate of the new 12.1.0 software release for the XO. It features Sugar 0.96 running on Fedora 17. Details ca
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  • ...orkflow and that I am motivated to collaborate. I have been an open-source software user for more than 5 years now, and for me this project is a great chance t '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22;
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  • ...page lists known Sugar activities which are in development or have started development, but have not been released on activities.sugarlabs.org.<br>'''See''' [[#Le |No active development. Py2 only
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  • ..." efforts. For example, teams in Uruguay and Paraguay have led much of the development efforts. This is due in large part to the steadfastness of Tomeu Vizoso and ...ins on Friday, 19 March. You can learn more about these three days of Free Software activism at http://groups.fsf.org/wiki/LibrePlanet2010. (I'll be participat
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  • ...ight actually pull off an open source project. Open source is democracy in software, and it certainly would be a privilege to contribute back to the open sourc Q.3 : '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is 7 weeks long, May 23 - A
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  • 1. Bradley and Tony have ask us for a summary of Sugar Labs activity for the Software Freedom Conservancy annual report. It has been a busy year, with tremendous ...a new 13.1.0 development build is available (This one comes with the first development release of the GTK-3 port of Sugar and probably a fair number of bugs for y
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  • ...ge you to sign up for membership in the Sugar community. You need not be a software developer to join: contributions come in many forms, including: teaching, d * Game Development on glucose (Ezequiel Pereira)
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  • ...guage pairs, or may not be possible in a given situation (due to hardware, software, monetary, etc. limitations), it is advantageous to give our translation se ===== Proposed Development Timeline =====
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  • ...d pedagogical practice; providing localization and internationalization of software, content, and documentation; and providing integration and customization se
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  • ...e the purpose of Sugar is to invite novices to engage actively in software development. Novices make bad stuff, and we want to install and run that stuff.
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  • ...it is the most efficient way of developing software, and perhaps not only software.<br /> ...hat schools instill in their students by teaching them using closed source software. I have been fortunate enough to get some exposure to linux and kde early e
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  • Note that current development version is not assumed to be perfect in all cases. ...al applications. Local applications have extra features, such as launching software by one click, or, seamless Journal integration. There are several distribut
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  • ...es which follow the Sugarlabs release schedule. This is the bleeding edge, development version, which will be stabilized every six months||No | Glucose||The core Sugar libraries. This is the bleeding edge, development version, which will be stabilized every six months||No
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  • ...significant stimulation efforts seem to be focused on providing malleable software at the Activity level, so learners can discover the gratification of creati ...ts_Packaging|Sweets Packaging]]</span>,This guide describes how to prepare software projects for sweets.
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  • In concept XS contains the software components and XC loads the content (into the /library partition). For hist There is no technical reason why other software packages such as Dan's Guardian and Moodle could not be included in XC.
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  • 3) '''Integrating software keyboard in Music Blocks''' - ​ The keyboard currently works fine but It 3- Integrating software keyboard with Music Blocks- This would be implemented as a widget
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  • Here are a few of the most obvious development issues/questions/comments: ...!''' See the [[olpc:Developers Program]] for details. Also read the [[olpc:Development Systems]] page for ideas of using other minimal systems to do your applicat
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  • ...board. Beyond the code he contributed to the project&mdash;he was a gifted software engineer; Marco shared with us his vision that Sugar ultimately belongs to ...gar-build], which has by-and-large replaced sugar-jhbuild as the preferred development environment for Fedora and Ubuntu.
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  • :'''<walter_>''' g. brindará "mentores" para el proceso de desarrollo de software. :'''<walter_>''' (2) We do sy that the principles of free and open software and communication must be adhered to
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  • == Development releases == * <strike>Distribute base software updates.</strike> <span style="color: red">Moved to 0.4.</span>
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  • ...ed contibuting to FOSS.Since I have now familiarized with software and web development, I thought of contributing to FOSS with sugarlabs being my first contributi '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22;
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  • ...first open-source project. In the past, I have benefited from open-source software countless times. Now I want to give something back to the community. === What is the timeline for development of your project? ===
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  • ...At the same time, we don't wish to impose unnecessary limitations on the software either. Instead, we hope to create a platform suitable for all kinds of cr ...tivities, since they will have a greater impact on the performance of your software on the laptop than on other platforms.
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  • ...project.org/pkgdb/ Fedora repository] for the current Fedora version under development (in this case, F14). === Have a development frontpage ===
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  • * Develop core software Our [[Development Team]] is working on this by making [[Sugar on a Stick]] more robust. We al
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  • and we are in Music Blocks Development (Sugar Labs) A complete overhaul of Music Blocks. Contribute to sugarlabs/musicblocks-v4 development by creating an account on GitHub.
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  • ...習ソフト「Music Blocks」教員向け研究会 参加者募集中 ~経済産業省『「未来の教室」実証事業』] Programming learning software for 2020 compulsory "Music Blocks" Recruiting participants for faculty memb ...el-tiempo-a-walter-bender_13855020-4 'Cada niño podría ser un maestro del 'software': Walter Bender]
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  • [[Summer of Code/2013/Social Sugar|Social Sugar]] project involves development of GUI components that can help bring user's social interactions on externa # Set up your [http://developer.sugarlabs.org/dev-environment.md.html Sugar development environment]
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  • Karma is a framework for creating educational software using JavaScript, html5, and SVG. The Karma team is primarily focused on de Karma is a sub-project of Sugar Labs that is under active development. The latest examples can be seen at [http://karma.sugarlabs.org http://karm
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  • ...pass when it is done. If it needs to be tested with different hardware or software configurations, indicate them. The more specific you can be, the better th ''If you cannot complete your feature by the final development freeze, what is the backup plan? This might be as simple as "None necessar
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  • ...pen ­Source development has introduced me to a whole new world of software development which I was unaware of previously. It has been a great experience to learn '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from mid-May to mid-Augu
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  • ...Translations | [[0.90/Notes|english]] }}{{TeamHeader|Development Team|home=Development Team|roadmap_link={{Upcoming Stable Release}}/Roadmap}}</noinclude>[[Catego ...for children, Sugar offers an alternative to traditional “office-desktop” software. Furthermore it provides a flexible and powerful platform for activity deve
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  • ...hat did not boot would not power on at all—not something we could fix with software.) We did have one machine with an invisible cursor, but otherwise it ran fi ...ogether, we came up with a list of design goals to possibly include in our development schedule for 0.86, with concrete tasks to be accomplished in advance of Sug
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  • ...Open-Source development has introduced me to a whole new world of software development which I was unaware of previously. It has been a great experience to learn ...and Javascript for basic game shell. The framework I'll be using for game development is Phaser (<nowiki>http://phaser.io/</nowiki>). It provides a fast, free an
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  • ** develop sugar software (javascript and python) ** contribute to translation, usability, software (Activity, Sugar Desktop/izer)
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  • ...s at SEETA, New Delhi, India http://seeta.in, I am mangaing the design and development of speech related projects. Please visit my profile at http://seeta.in/j/te ...blication was entirely based on how Python and its batteries helped in the development of ShruthLaikh project.
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  • ...h year I am asked to write up a summary of the Sugar Labs activity for the Software Freedom Conservancy annual report. Here is a draft of this year's report. ...d Lionel Laské, the developer team has made Javascript/HTML5 a first-class development environment, i.e., you can write Sugar activities in Javascript and they wi
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  • This is our third Development Release in the 0.84 [[Development Team/Release/Roadmap#Schedule|cycle]]. Besides all the great bug fixing tha ...the version shipped with [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Release_Notes/8.2.0 XO Software Release 8.2.0]. An exception is Browse, which depends on new versions of X
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  • ...for children is that we have reached a turning point in the project. While software is never complete—see the discussion below—the bulk of the discussion w ...áez arranged for me to meet with her team, which is driving the curriculum development and teacher training for the project. Among them is a math teacher who is r
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  • ...ts.edge.launchpad.net/soas Feature blueprints] tracking system for feature development. ...operate off their transportable data, and optionally, update their stick's software to the latest image.
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  • ...s at SEETA, New Delhi, India http://seeta.in, I am mangaing the design and development of speech related projects. Please visit my profile at http://seeta.in/j/te ...blication was entirely based on how Python and its batteries helped in the development of ShruthLaikh project.
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  • ...freshmen year and from then, most of my time goes into reading and writing software. I have been contributing to open source regularly in past few months but a ...GSoC provides a good platform to dive right into the middle of open source development with the opportunity to work in big open source projects with the core deve
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  • ...he Enter key. Note that as user "root" you have the ability to destroy all software on the XO, so you should end your session as soon as you successfully chang * [[Development Team/Jhbuild|Build]] from sources, and [[OLPC:Getting started]].
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  • ...assroom and beyond-the-classroom exploration. We coupled the hardware with software that provides the scaffolding needed to encourage children and teachers to ...fy them. We do this by utilizing free and open-source software (FOSS), AKA Software Libre. We provide the license to use and modify the tools. We also provide
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  • ...ed topics. It is mobile-friendly. Since it is a general purpose discussion software, it has a decent universal-like design. Discourse is skinnable and themable ...ion between [[Sugar_Network/Concept#Targeted_audience|students, educators, software developers]]. It offers a social network to [[Sugar_Network/Declaration_of_
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  • *(09:16:24 AM) pflores: ANII supports a lot innovative software development projects. However they're not used to work much with non-profits ...d pedagogical practice; providing localization and internationalization of software, content, and documentation; and providing integration and customization se
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  • * [[Archive/Current Events/2016-03-25|2016-02-09]] Education Needs Free/Libre Software ...6-01]] Paraguay educa team conducted a two-week workshop on Sugar Activity development.
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  • ...lly when I would be awed by the quality of some feature in the Open-source software stack I use every day (Linux has been my Primary OS since 2002). ...t in developing and deploying the IT infrastructure using 100% Open-source software stack (Plone, Django, Zope, MySQL, Apache, TeX, Ubuntu).
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  • 4. Marketing and Sales (managing perceptions, which for a software freedom project is often not sales as in exchange of commodities for money, ...note that the demand side needs attention as it increases the value of the software created.
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  • * Software developers who will have a chance to get feedback directly from users. In the Sugar Network, Contexts are instances of content or software that include with them assumptions on how they may be shared or used. A Co
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  • The project comprises two pieces of software: a harvest server that can be localed anywhere in the cloud, and a harvest == Development ==
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  • ...pass when it is done. If it needs to be tested with different hardware or software configurations, indicate them. The more specific you can be, the better th ''If you cannot complete your feature by the final development freeze, what is the backup plan? This might be as simple as "None necessar
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  • ;How do you think Electronic Publishing is evolving with the rapid development of reading devices like iPad, NOOK, Kindle and the major use of ebooks?: To ...lopment process. At Sugar Labs, we are trying to bring the culture of Free Software into the culture of school. So the Code-in is not just an opportunity for u
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  • ...ajor FOSS project, and really in every major engineering project (even non-software) - it's how we systematically make sure we build something that's good and === Activity development confusion ===
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  • ==Development Plan== ...e is to promote math education through the use of fun and interactive game software. The game will be designed to teach students to use their math skills in a
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  • ...nderwater robotics team in which i am a member of the autonomy division of software (https://github.com/mcgill-robotics/auv). So while i have never worked on a *** The impact on the community of this project will be to better the development tools for activities and to help more "hackers" to work together in the cre
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  • Also, you will likely need to set up the Sugar development environment. See http://developer.sugarlabs.org/dev-environment.md.html for ...lopment process. At Sugar Labs, we are trying to bring the culture of Free Software into the culture of school. So the Code-in is not just an opportunity for u
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  • 5. Chris Ball announced on behalf of OLPC that they have decided to base the software release for the new XO-1.5 laptop on Fedora 11. They plan to use a full Fed ...RSTVS017AA2904.htm?idnoticia=CC116HNVJ120090429 Así se vivió la fiesta del software libre]
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  • '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22; ...unt of time. In 2012 Micorosft WOWZAPP competition, I started with Windows development as a complete beginner and in a week, I managed to single-handedly develop
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  • # What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is 7 weeks long, May 23 - A ...hat it is now. I've been experienced several release cycles of open source software engineering thus far and am especially looking forward to work on coding ov
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  • ...rchitecture.md.html first stage] is to make HTML5/Javascript a first-class development environment for Sugar. The basics are largely complete: we already have abo ...of both tools and knowledge. We remain dedicated to the principles of Free Software, even in the commercial world of Android.
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  • studying Computer Science. I learned Android development from Android Developer familiar with Deep Learning,Computer Vision, Web development ( my strong area is Backend
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  • :''' http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/development/21/x86_64/os/ ''' :http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/development/21/x86_64/os/ (same as above; select workstation)
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  • ...n Plan resources]]) to aggregate collections of lesson plans or curriculum development materials "posted in some dusty corners of the Internet"; they provide pote ...reated to explore the use of spreadsheets in education and rural community development (Please subscribe at http://lists.laptop.org/listinfo/socialcalc).
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  • This is our first Development Release in the 0.84 [[Development Team/Release/Roadmap#Schedule|cycle]]. The code base has seen many refactor * {{OlpcBug|8674}} 8.2-764, Software Update erased complete /home/olpc/Activities directory
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  • Software and Free Digital Textbooks. Let us say that children get an development so that point comes sooner rather than later.
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  • This is Release Candidate 2 for the upcoming 0.84 Release - see the [[Development Team/Release/Roadmap#Schedule]] for more details. Only one more week to go ...the version shipped with [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Release_Notes/8.2.0 XO Software Release 8.2.0]. An exception is Browse, which depends on new versions of X
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  • * A major feature of Fedora 18 is the development of newUI, a new anaconda. ...des software that the Fedora Project or Red Hat doesn't want to ship. That software is provided as precompiled RPMs for all current Fedora versions and Red Hat
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  • ...through SugarLabs. This is my first time contribution towards Open Source Development. Cordova / Phonegap is a software which is used to make multi-platform applications. Phonegap basically takes
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  • ...ease refer to Karl Fogel's [http://producingoss.com/ Producing Open Source Software] ...new feature proposal as described below. The owner may want to follow the development and provide feedback throughout the process;
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  • ...n the degree to which they mix deep thinking about pedagogy with practical development of learning materials. Many thanks to my hosts, Gila, Avi, and Cecelia. The ...overall program in Australia, which goes beyond distributing hardware and software to providing training, support, and sharing of resources. It is a program w
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  • ...Free and Open Source community that has given me so much both in terms of software, experience and guidance. '''What is the timeline for development of your project?'''
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  • ...(programming languages, etc.) will you be using? What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22; These are some libraries that I will look into in order to accelerate the development. The libraries are all at least MIT licensed. This is not a definitive choi
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  • ...rooms (where often the school IT department prohibit teachers from install software on school computers). As part of the book-sprint effort (there is a chapter ...Simon Schampijer reports good progress on the Sugar Roadmap (Please see [[Development Team/Release/Roadmap/0.84#Goals|0.84 Goals]]).
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  • You can install it in your development environment doing: If you are working with the Help software in a browser, you can add a ''View source'' button, which will appear in th
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  • ...ED MOTION 2019-13: appoint Devin Ulibarri as Project Representative to the Software Freedom Conservancy. ...submitted to Google who participate in pedagogy, music, or other facets of development,
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  • ...may have led to communication disconnects down the line that made Activity development and Marketing more difficult. In particular, we did not make it clear enoug ...ajor FOSS project, and really in every major engineering project (even non-software) - it's how we systematically make sure we build something that's good and
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  • ...utput to the query, it can be read by Screen Reader (or any text to speech software).Basically text needs to confirm W3C guidelines (http://www.w3.org/WAI/quic ...m machine independent I intend to develop application's own text to speech software using Washington University’s OpenSource project for Online Screen reader
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  • * WebKit Development: http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Features/WebKit ...ing: http://hothardware.com/News/Nonprofit-Group-Releases-Open-Source-WiFi-Software/
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  • ...r>''' sugar plays a minor role, but it maybe a little funding for some key development and more classroom exposure :'''<walterbender>''' transition from OLPC handing all responsibility for software off to the Fedora and Sugar communities...
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  • ...new tools, techniques, concepts and practices used in real world software development. My commits for OpenStack can be glanced at https://review.openstack.org/#/ ...ing, forking etc) can be achieved easily. All the users who practice/learn development using Sugar(turtle blocks)will get benefit from this. For developing git ba
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  • [[Dextrose/3|Development releases]] | [[Dextrose/Resources|Older releases]] ...e [http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html Freedom #1] provided by Free Software.
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  • ...an that most of the softwares I use are open-source becuase I believe that software should be<br /> '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22;
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  • ...s lost its CTO (bryan) and has hired someone (peter something) to continue development of Karma ...s" seem much much much more technical and would not have lobbied to stop a software upgrade
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  • ...since then I have been very interested by open-source communities and Free Software's philosophy. I like to correct wikis and github projects when I find an er * What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from mid-May to mid-Aug
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  • ...ibed the process of using git -- and commit messages -- to manage software development. Thursday, Alex and Melissa focused on curriculum development with Sugar. Alex described a process by which one could develop a curriculu
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  • ...ts efforts on deployments, largely leaving engineering, including software development, to third parties, the abruptness of the transition and its direct impact o ...gh them. TA Portfolio includes the typical major functions of presentation software: an editor that allows text to be inserted and formatted (this is largely i
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  • :First, see this page, [[Development Team/Release/Releases/Sucrose/0.84]]. ...These volunteers are engaged in a variety of activities: some are writing software to improve Sugar; some are porting Sugar to new platforms; some are develop
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  • * Software Update in My Settings is unresponsive - {{Bug|4285}} {{Bug|4321}} {{Bug|444 development team and other Sugar developers. A lot of work has been
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  • ...s that vetting potential tm licensees is counter to the principles of free software :'''<SeanDaly>''' cjb says: why do tm any differently from software?
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  • In general, I18n is the responsibility of the Sugar development team. Localization, l10n, requires effort by volunteers who know the native Monitoring new activity development and advocating for i18n of code<br>
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  • ...t that only a small percentage of teachers would participate in the actual development process, building bridges to even that small group would be worthwhile. It ...posted a list of "idioms" that he relies on in order to make his software-development efforts more predicable and robust (See [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/User:Mst
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  • * [https://github.com/quadrotor-IITKgp “Aerial Robotics Kharagpur”]: I am a software team member of this organization. Few specific (other than open code contri '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from mid-May to mid-Augu
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  • Q3: '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is 7 weeks long, May 23 - A ...h_to_Text which will help me in this project. I am also familiar with the development environment.
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  • ...different, as yet non-existent page. But a good organization for software development tips is currently unclear to me, so I'll stash this here for now.'' [[User:
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  • ...a en cuenta que como usuario "root" tiene la capacidad de destruir todo el software en el XO, por lo que cuando cambie la fecha y la hora, salga de la sesión ...he Enter key. Note that as user "root" you have the ability to destroy all software on the XO, so you should end your session as soon as you successfully chang
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  • ...about JS to help other fellow students. This would not require any further development skill. The teacher/student would have to enter only three things to make tu ...within a time constraint and all of it by himself. We intend to generate a software platform where anyone with some knowledge of a language can create small in
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  • '''What is the timeline for development of my project?''' As a developer, I believe in the agile techniques of software development which I developed while working as webmaster and activities coordinator for
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  • ...n use the command line to manipulate it. The rudimentary task of managing development files has required me to repeatedly resort to the command line, which I det ...complicated activities, which can not be linearized temporally. Activity development is just one instance of those possible future activities. Temporal state s
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  • Also, you will likely need to set up the Sugar development environment. See http://developer.sugarlabs.org/dev-environment.md.html for ...lopment process. At Sugar Labs, we are trying to bring the culture of Free Software into the culture of school. So the Code-in is not just an opportunity for u
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  • :'''<SeanDaly>''' for example if marketing stuff which impacts development, :'''<cjb>''' motion: no non-free software or content on ASLO, as judged by DFSG/OSI
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  • ...sos adecuados de las computadoras en la educación, incluyendo el diseño de software, el rediseño de libros de texto y otros contenidos, y sobre para que son b ...the discussion about appropriate uses of computers in education, including software design, textbook redesign, and other content, and about what computers are
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  • <noinclude>{{ Translations | [[0.88/Notes|english]] }}{{TeamHeader|Development Team|roadmap_link={{Upcoming Stable Release}}/Roadmap}}</noinclude>[[Catego ...| ''Tomeu Vizoso'']] for introducing the new upstream contributors to the development process.
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  • What we need to get Sugar into classrooms and community centers is a software distribution that works "out of the box" with both Sugar and Gnome. The Tr * '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is 7 weeks long, May 21 - A
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  • ...rce code that might help you. Get a [[Development Team#Development_systems|development environment]] installed. We definitely appreciate it if you can show your r === Core Software ===
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  • This is Release Candidate 1 for the upcoming 0.84 Release - see the [[Development Team/Release/Roadmap#Schedule]] for more details. Only two more weeks to go ...the version shipped with [http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Release_Notes/8.2.0 XO Software Release 8.2.0]. An exception is Browse, which depends on new versions of X
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  • ...of “anyone could contribute code” is just splendid. Developing a piece of software that would be used by millions of people by coordinating with other develop '''What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22;
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  • ...k to do to make this ready for prime time. Specific to this project is the development of a collaboration model that includes both the mechanisms for identifying ...l is still being actively developed, but is already mature enough for game development.
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  • ...ral) or [http://lists.sugarlabs.org/listinfo/sugar-devel sugar-devel] (for development-related) questions, you will reach many more Sugar Labs followers who are n :First, see these pages: [[Development Team/Release]], [[{{Upcoming Stable Release}}/Roadmap]], and [[Features/Pol
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  • ...ogramming languages, etc.) will you be using? What is the timeline for the development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from 30 May to 21 August I think, it will make the use of sugarlizer and the maintenance easier. This software will allow user to configure multiple tablet for the same configuration. An
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  • ...rg/docs/osd as a set of guidelines for what is permitted on ASLO, for both software and content, and http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing#Good_Licenses's op :'''<cjb>''' Red Hat actually has more free software lawyers than any other company, that I know of
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  • ...lity or it could help foster a familiar comforting feeling while using the software and technology. Mainly, it will be used to help bridge the gap with childre What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from May 19 - August 22
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  • ...lopment process. At Sugar Labs, we are trying to bring the culture of Free Software into the culture of school. So the Code-in is not just an opportunity for u Depending on the project, we will assign multiple mentors from our various development and support teams.
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  • * Develop Local content and software that can be used not only for local purposes but also for the overall commu ...zation of conferences, workshops, talks and meetings related to the use or development of Sugar.
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  • ...inst the idea that we need more strict trademark rules than the other free software projects we've been comparing ourselves to :'''tomeu''' CanoeBerry: hmm, maybe next development team meeting could be about QA?
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  • ...tribution]]: A set of repositories with native packages that compose Basic software of the [[Harmonic Distribution]] effort. This is a special, Sugar only, dis ;IRC/chat (Internet Relay Chat):real-time text chat used by the development and technical support communities (and hopefully the learning community as
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  • :Primero revisa [[Development Team/Release/Releases/Sucrose/0.84 | esta página]]. ...n una gran variedad de actividades, entre ellas se incluyen: desarrollo de software para mejorar Sugar; portar Sugar a nuevas plataformas; desarrollar nuevas a
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  • ...]] 키들의 가운데는 활동을 위한 것입니다. The slider can be mapped directly to a control in software. ...even positions along the slider; intermediary postions are interpolated in software, turning each of the keys into a 13-position slider.
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  • * installable software, so its easy to try out and to use * stable software, so nothing crashes
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  • ...ation on uses of a variety of technologies in education, research on child development (especially Constructivism), and evaluations of programs in use. Resources ...A. (2002). The integrated studies of educational technology: Professional development and teachers’ use of technology. Menlo Park, CA: SRI International.
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  • ...ce of learners from Puno-Region by localizing, distributing and supporting software based on their needs and conditions. :'''Icarito-d234''': Field Testing + User Support + Product Development
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  • development team and other Sugar developers. A lot of work has been ...ajor FOSS project, and really in every major engineering project (even non-software) - it's how we systematically make sure we build something that's good and
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  • ...should cover implementation... so if we think about software or curriculum development, it should be in context of a program we are planning to implement
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  • <noinclude>{{TeamHeader|Development Team|roadmap_link={{Upcoming Stable Release}}/Roadmap}}__NOTOC__ [[Category:Development Team]]
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  • * The possibility to launch Base Software in heterogeneous software and hardware environments.
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  • ...s. Al mismo tiempo, tampoco deseamos imponer limitantes innecesarias en el software. En cambio, esperamos crear una plataforma adecuada para cualquier tipo de ...At the same time, we don't wish to impose unnecessary limitations on the software either. Instead, we hope to create a platform suitable for all kinds of cr
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  • ...platform, which includes laptops, connectivity, servers, training, content development, documentation, support, community outreach, etc. ...some percentage of hardware from multiple vendors. Both programs use Free Software.
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  • Expenses:Sugar:Development 550.00 Donated To [Software Freedom] Conservancy 12,683.40
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  • ...'' The other thing I did was to follow up with Mako regarding the election software :'''<marcopg>''' there is also the problem of who move forward sugar development
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  • === Activity Development Framework === * Any other work which makes the development process hard and can be framed.
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  • ::* as Sugar Labs is moving towards GitHub style of development (see [http://lists.sugarlabs.org/archive/sugar-devel/2018-January/055005.ht ::* GitHub is the world's leading software development platform, ([https://insights.stackoverflow.com/survey/2018/#work-version-co
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  • :'''<erikos>''' tomeu: maybe with the new development release we have something to test and i can coordinate and update a bit ...''' when universities in peru, uruguay, etc start to get involved in sugar development because their kids are using it, sugar may catch interest in the robotics d
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  • Also, you will likely need to set up the Sugar development environment. See http://developer.sugarlabs.org/dev-environment.md.html for ...lopment process. At Sugar Labs, we are trying to bring the culture of Free Software into the culture of school. So the Code-in is not just an opportunity for u
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  • ...king together in a coordinated fashion to develop a sophisticated piece of software such as Linux which is used by millions of people, is something that has im ...in mind, the current project aims to provide an offline-enabled integrated development environment to learn JavaScript.
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  • ''During my career as software developer I have always worked on commercial and private projects at large 10.    What is the timeline for development of your project? The Summer of Code work period is from mid-May to mid-Augu
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  • around the development section of the wiki? (05:27:22 PM) erikos: the development release notes do contain good
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  • .... At the same time, we don't wish to impose unnecessary limitations on the software either. Instead, we hope to create a platform suitable for all kinds of cre ...tivities, since they will have a greater impact on the performance of your software on the laptop than on other platforms.
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  • ...for use by activities. The slider can be mapped directly to a control in software. ...even positions along the slider; intermediary postions are interpolated in software, turning each of the keys into a 13-position slider.
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  • :'''<walter_>''' Let me start with a quick update on the SFC (software freedom conservancy) :'''<walter_>''' Software Freedom Law Center
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  • ...t much less discoverable), Squeak requires navigating a complex Integrated Development Environment and programming in text. There is a lot of tutorial material fo ...ally selects a word. Triple-clicking selects a line or a paragraph in such software. It is not used in Squeak.
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  • Also, you will likely need to set up the Sugar development environment. See http://developer.sugarlabs.org/dev-environment.md.html for ...lopment process. At Sugar Labs, we are trying to bring the culture of Free Software into the culture of school. So the Code-in is not just an opportunity for u
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  • ...ily based on constructivist feedback of students. It's hard to make useful software free and widely available. We will provide thousands of children with addit ...in a fun and unique way, primarily through the use of creative interactive software. The project is intended to be used as supplemental material to classroom e
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  • *http://www.gnu.org/software/gnun/ :Manual:http://www.gnu.org/software/trans-coord/manual/web-trans/
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  • Rapidly expanding of teacher-driven development Means: A free software platform that facilitates exploring, expressing, reflection, and critique
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  • ...can be used to attract maximum users and everything ( Blogs, New projects, Software, Activities, etc) can be uploaded on it which will attract more user and cr ...learn and benefit from and 2) project manage this portion of Music Blocks development (e.g. "what works" and "what needs to be done". [https://owncloud.libretool
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  • ...a few blocks from Harvard Business School and so is convenient for project development participants who may be students at one of Boston’s many universities. ...s aware that their children are being involved in an experimental piece of software?
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  • ...u/discovering-discovery/ Discovering Discovery] in the FLOSS Manuals Booki software.--[[User:Mokurai|Mokurai]] 11:44, 29 September 2010 (EDT), updated 10:42, 1 ...a "Galileo moment". Is this an an adequate standard of discoverability for software, or should features be discoverable by a child in isolation? Where they are
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  • The proposed software will be in the form of web based sugar activity. Need more * Gather necessary requirements for the development.
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  • ...bs would be happy to take on the problem of soliciting feedback on the the software this way, but we don't know whom to call. (05:35:46 PM) icarito: do you guys think "mumble" software could help us record a int'l podcast ?
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  • ...rrent conflicts is between SeanDaly's desire to have strong tools, and the software freedom desire of allowing people to distribute copies of sugar :'''<walterbender>''' (1) a strong statement re a distributed model of development and support
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  • ...ific Sugar Labs liveUSB project. You may produce and distribute Sugar Labs software on a USB key or other support, bbut you must choose a different name to avo ...''' bernie: I think trademarks@sugarlabs.org better, this is distinct from software licensing
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  • ;Brief explanation: Development four new widgets to improve the possibilities for music ...ability to share and modify them is important for the same reasons as for software programs. A Sugar font editor activity will empower users to create and mo
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  • ...020-11: Advertise, on sugar-devel@ and iaep@ mailing lists and Wiki, for a software developer to maintain Sugar activities, in return for a stipend. ([[Oversi ...ED MOTION 2019-13: appoint Devin Ulibarri as Project Representative to the Software Freedom Conservancy.
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  • ...the discussion about appropriate uses of computers in education, including software design, textbook redesign, and other content, and about what computers are ...right up to sexual or physical abuse of a child. Constructivist Cognitive development is far down the list of concerns for a third year teacher. They probably ha
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  • See [[olpc:Activity Development Alternatives]] for an overview of various ways to develop activities. The [[Development Team/Almanac/Activity Bundles|Activity bundle]] specifies an executable. Fo
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  • ...for use by activities. The slider can be mapped directly to a control in software.| display = block }} ...dash;un total de siete posiciones; siendo las intermedias interpoladas por software, tornando cada una de las teclas en un patín de 13 posiciones o teclas.
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  • :software development. Novices make bad stuff, and we want to install and
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  • *http://www.gnu.org/software/gnun/ ...ing: http://hothardware.com/News/Nonprofit-Group-Releases-Open-Source-WiFi-Software/
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  • Samson submitted a proposal regarding curriculum development. ...SOAS and Sugar, I keep a journal of what I do daily but I think there's a software I can use that I should be able to grant anyone access so they can see note
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  • ...ude an easy-to-use HTML Editor, the ChatZilla IRC chat application and web development tools like a DOM Inspector and a JavaScript debugger. ...urrounded the APL character set and keyboard layouts, J uses only ASCII. J Software, Iverson's company, [http://replacingtextbooks.wordpress.com/2011/07/26/ano
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  • :'''<SeanDaly>''' I believe Sugar will come to be known as "the software used by OLPC" ...y, because they might not want to have to ask our permission to modify our software.
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  • ...se confusion as to the identity of the SL project or the provenance of its software ...that we drafted about SoaS was: You may produce and distribute Sugar Labs software on a USB key and refer to it as "Sugar on a Stick". However, you are encour
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  • ...Also for newbies it provides a great platform to try hands on programming/ development and work upon the real-time projects. It provides them with a great learnin
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  • ...d social challenges of near-instantly resumable and portable learning with software is our challenge. The separation of the system and Learner's Journal and A The bundle will change with development. As of 10 February 2011 it contains,
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  • and their economic development. " To dock with these requirements, the purposes development actor. Indeed, the integration of ICT into the school system is more
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  • ...have one or more separate exercises in reading comprehension or vocabulary development which can also be used with Learn by arrangement with the British Council. ...the Gnome desktop which may be installed on an XO in recent builds of the software. The next two milestones describe building courses and milestones. Much of
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