[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] [DESIGN] Re: Sugar Design Meeting/Reunión 21 September at 11 PM UTC IRC Sugar Meeting [DESIGN]
tony_anderson at usa.net
Fri Sep 22 10:48:17 EDT 2017
** To be able to download new Activities directly from the User Interface.*
I have no idea what you mean by this. Downloading files from the
internet or from a school server is done by a browser (e.g. webkit). In
this capability is provided by the Browse activity. I think most people
would consider launching a browser as a normal part of the user
interface of their system.
Perhaps it would be helpful if you could describe specifically what you
mean by the Sugar user interface and why Browse is not part of it.
On 09/22/2017 10:22 AM, Laura Vargas wrote:
> 2017-09-22 8:37 GMT-05:00 Tony Anderson <tony at olenepal.org
> <mailto:tony at olenepal.org>>:
> On 09/22/2017 07:19 AM, Laura Vargas wrote:
> Let's say for example a teacher on field suggests we should
> make downloading new activities easy and doable from the Sugar
> User Interface. What should the teacher do with his/her idea?
> First, we need a way for the teacher to make that request. Perhaps
> we need something on the SugarLabs web site that steers a user to
> a support forum.
> Yes Sugar Labs Website is an example of the many ways today we can get
> the requirements from teachers.
> That said the solution you suggest (using another activity) doesn't
> respond to the requirement. The requirement in the example was:
> ** To be able to download new Activities directly from the User
> This feature requirement needs a *design process to integrate the
> functionality within the experience and the interface*.
> Still, the teacher may not have the skills to do all this.
> What happens once we (Sugar Labs Design Team) do get the user requirement?
> Shouldn't the Design team have a clear way to process all this
> teacher's and children's (users) suggestions/ideas?
> Moving to IAEP as the topic is relevant to teachers not only developers
> Laura V.
> *I&D SomosAZUCAR.Org*
> “Solo la tecnología libre nos hará libres.”
> ~ L. Victoria
> Happy Learning!
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