[math4] Blocku Update
gdk at redhat.com
Sat Feb 27 14:46:58 EST 2010
Perfect... thanks, Mark!
...is full of awesome, and should be touted by RIT folks far and wide.
On Sat, 27 Feb 2010, Mark DeMayo wrote:
> Here is the link to the Math4 list, which links to all of RIT's involvement
> with OLPC.
> This link is all of the projects specific to RIT
> Here is the link to Blocku. Which can be found on the sugarlabs activity
> page or the Math4 RIT Projects page.
> I don't think there is a specific page that has everyone's Git repo links.
> Most groups put the links on their own wiki pages.
> Here is Bloku's Git repo link it is located on our development page.
> Hope this helps. If you need any more info just ask.
> On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 6:05 AM, Greg DeKoenigbserg <gdk at redhat.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Feb 2010, Mark DeMayo wrote:
> Our class here at RIT is done, but we are not done
> developing. We are going
> to continue to work on the project, so if anyone would
> like to help we would
> be more than happy to give you access to our GIT repo. We
> now can display
> multiple squares, rotate one of them and we can move them
> around with the
> mouse. I have changed a lot on our wiki. One thing I did
> was put up mock
> screenshots. These are not actual screenshots, but what
> they will hopefully
> look like in the future. As alwalys feedback is
> appreciated. Thank you and a
> special thanks to the people who have helped us in the
> Is there a place where all of the RIT projects are listed, including
> links to Git/etc.?
> Educational materials should be high-quality, collaborative, and free.
> Visit http://opensource.com/education and join the conversation.
Educational materials should be high-quality, collaborative, and free.
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