[sugar] Sugar application repository?

Christopher Blizzard blizzard
Wed Nov 1 14:25:35 EST 2006

This is definitely part of our plans.  We're going to put it up along 
with the rest of the image downloads via olpc.download.redhat.com.


MBurns wrote:
> An idea was proposed between myself and members of the OSL that are 
> working on various parts of the OLPC. When Sugar and, more importantly, 
> Activity Bundles, are fully up and running, what is going to be the 
> distribution means on a grand scale for these self-contained applications?
> Sharing an activity friend-to-friend over the mesh gives an elegant way 
> to share the application to those who don't have it, but how to find the 
> application in the first place. The idea was something akin to the 
> KDE-Apps [1] website. Which itself is vaguely similar to the 
> download.com <http://download.com>, macupdate.com 
> <http://macupdate.com>, etc, software repositories.
> We are proposing a single, centralized place to have Activity Bundles 
> hosted/aggregated, for children to find and download to their machines. 
> Games, applications and even educational content sets. What do you all 
> think of the idea?
> The OSL is offering to host and administrate a site like this, if it is 
> seen as a useful tool for the community.
> [1] http://kde-apps.org/
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> Michael Burns
> Oregon State University
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