[IAEP] College class in SC doing Sugar development
sebastian at somosazucar.org
Thu Apr 7 21:47:29 EDT 2011
You should feel proud, it's the single friendliest resource for Activity
I've been looking for the spanish version and where to contribute to it.
Please let me know where to find it.
El 07/04/11 17:18, James Simmons escribió:
> It looks like at least some of them have discovered "Make Your Own
> Sugar Activities!" That makes me feel pretty good.
> James Simmons
> On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Mel Chua<mel at melchua.com> wrote:
>> So, I found out yesterday that a college class in South Carolina is getting
>> its students into FOSS development for all of their assignments - and that a
>> good number of them have been working on older Sugar Activities as their
>> contribution. Awesomesauce.
>> Check out the student blogs at http://csci462-2011.wikispaces.com/ - they
>> talk about patching Lemonade Activity, listening to Walter's talk at POSSCON
>> last month, struggling with Activity packaging, and more.
>> Not sure if folks are aware of this since I haven't seen anything go across
>> iaep, Planet Sugar Labs, or anything else - but this seems like a good group
>> to get in touch with if anyone needs more hands or feedback, since the
>> professor, Jim Bowring, is planning on doing it again next school year. Next
>> time we should get those folks more active on the lists and hooked up to the
>> Planets, too!
>> PS: I may have *totally* missed something here - if everyone already knows
>> about Dr. Bowring's class, please yell at me and point me towards where
>> y'all are hanging out, and I'll shut up. ;) It was just news to me, and I
>> couldn't find anything in the list archives about this, so I thought I'd
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