[IAEP] Parental controls
rvskmbrly3 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 20 10:35:33 EST 2014
And, checking "From command line" when "Usage of Internet functions" is already checked shall disable Internet usage from Sugar as well, by sending the core network interfaces down.
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> On Jan 20, 2014, at 7:32 AM, Ryan Cunningham <rvskmbrly3 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Also, checking "Disable download/upload" leaves all other Sugar Internet functions enabled; and a child may still browse local (offline) HTML files while Internet access is disabled.
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>> On Jan 20, 2014, at 7:14 AM, Ryan Cunningham <rvskmbrly3 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I provided design mock-ups here because I know very little about the Python programming language.
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>>> On Jan 20, 2014, at 7:08 AM, Ryan Cunningham <rvskmbrly3 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I would like to suggest a feature for parental controls within Sugar. I have provided hand-drawn design mock-ups for this feature, specifically for these components:
>>> * The main control panel, through which parental controls are turned on by checking the "Limit/disallow" check box
>>> * The activity control window (non-Sugar-themed), opened by checking "Usage of certain activities" and clicking "Configure..." from the main control panel; here, parents can control which activities and what features thereof they may enable/disable for their child's account
>>> * The "disabled activity" screen a child sees when an activity he attempts to launch is disabled
>>> * The "time is over" screen a child sees when his computer time is over
>>> * The administrator password prompt (non-Sugar-themed; may also be used for other functions)
>>> * The time extension dialog box (non-Sugar-themed) that the parent sees after the administrator password prompt
>>> * The dialog box a child sees (display-manager-themed) when he attempts to log on to the computer outside the allocated time
>>> * The alert strip a child sees when he attempts to use the Internet (if his parents have disabled access thereto)
>>> * The alert strip a child sees when he attempts to download a file from the Internet (if his parents have disabled such action)
>>> Please report back to me on the status whenever any changes are made via Git.
>>> Ryan Cunningham
>>> Sent from my iPad
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