dfarning at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 18:15:55 CEST 2008
On Wed, 2008-06-18 at 10:44 +0545, Bernie Innocenti wrote:
> David Farning wrote:
> > It looks like my top priority will be converting
> > https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/ to work with sugar and it's
> > ecosystem of activities.
> Hello from Kathmandu! You will have all my support on it.
> Ideally, I'd like activity authors to be able to host their projects
> on sugarlabs.org and manage it easily and autonomously.
> We could evaluate one of the many forks of Sourceforge, or something
> lighter weight.
Addons.mozilla.org also known as amo looks pretty promising as a 'one
stop' location for activities.
In terms of work flow the process for a developer is:
1. Activity authors register their activity with amo.
2. Author uploads latest release into sandbox.
3. Reviewer verifies new upload works correctly and publishes the
4. Return to 2.
All of this happens through a nice set of web interfaces.
We have all seen how amo works from an end users perspective.
The amo code is pretty dense.
The amo code is quite hard to read because of all the efforts made
towards serving addons efficiently.
From amo's point of view the work flow between mozilla updates and
sugar activities is exactly the same.
Very fast, secure and scalable.
Got amo running on home serve.
Studied work flow from end user and developer point of view.
Studying database schema.
Enjoy your trip!
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