[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] [SoaS] Call for Testers (New Snapshot!)
sebastian at when.com
Sun Apr 5 18:18:57 EDT 2009
Caroline Meeks wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 4, 2009 at 5:58 PM, Sebastian Dziallas <sebastian at when.com
> <mailto:sebastian at when.com>> wrote:
> Hi Caroline,
> thanks for giving this a try! I added some comments below...
> By the way, would it be okay for you to get a final image by April
> 7th or do you need one earlier?
> The ability to burn more then one USB at a time is still not working. If
> it works April 7th is fine. If it doesn't life is not going to be fun
> for me.
Heh. Okay, I guess we'll see this tomorrow... ;)
> What of my wish list do you think I will get?
> *Here is my wish list.*
> Add to favorites Ring:
> Slider Puzzle, Jigsaw Puzzle, Story Builder, Typing Turtle,
> Cartoon Builder,
I hope that everything works well, as I tried to add them manually. That
will turn out in the next snapshot, which should be ready tomorrow.
> Take out of the favorites Ring
> Log, Terminal. Read
> Add a book or two for Read then add Read back to the favorites ring
Hm, we'd need some books to grab (preferable from a.sl.o)...
> Add Scratch and let me test it. It doesn't seem to be on the
> Activities Portal yet.
Well, this is kind of strange. I can see it's wiki page on laptop.org
(http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Activities/Scratch), but it seems like if it
doesn't even have a GIT repo anymore (!) - that seems to be unavailable.
As far as I know, it has also not been migrated to SugarLabs, either, so
I'm a bit lost. Is there still any development on this?
> Colors, Flipsticks and IRC and add the to the favorites Ring
IRC is working here.
Colors is reporting that it cannot find 'proper binary blobs' (fails
with 'from colorsc import *'), and so is Bounce (fails with 'from pongc
import *'). Maybe we're still missing some dependencies, I'm not yet
sure... probably the activity maintainers know.
> I'm open to dissenting opinions here, this is just my current
> impressions of what would make a good demo stick.
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