[SoaS] Sugar on a Stick Changing Engineering Direction
bert at freudenbergs.de
Mon Mar 22 05:21:40 EDT 2010
On 22.03.2010, at 10:19, Tomeu Vizoso wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 21:34, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de> wrote:
>> On 20.03.2010, at 03:19, Sebastian Dziallas wrote:
>>> Here's a draft kickstart file of what a slimmed-down SoaS release might
>>> look like. It includes a few core Activities that will help you get,
>>> debug, and ask questions about more Activities (Browse, Log, and IRC),
>>> as well as a few well-tested Activities with active upstreams that we
>>> think tend to "demo well" for a variety of audiences and contexts
>>> (young/adult audience, large/small audience, dev/user/teacher audience,
>>> hands-on-lab/demo-on-projector audience, etc).
>> IMHO Etoys should be included as well.
>> It's well-tested, has an active upstream, and includes a couple nice demos. Or is there a specific reason to exclude it?
>> Besides, we have always told people that there is no need to download the Etoys activity from ASLO because it is just a tiny wrapper for the etoys executable that comes with the Sugar platform anyway.
> Besides the Etoys _activity_ being installed or not, the etoys
> platofrm package needs to be installed if we are going to call it
> See here which are the packages that are to be expected in any Sugar
If I read the kickstart file correctly, the etoys platform package already gets installed. Just the activity is missing.
- Bert -
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