[sugar] packaging activities for ubuntu

Tomeu Vizoso tomeu
Wed Sep 12 06:42:45 EDT 2007


this looks amazing to me, but I wonder about the rate at which these
packages will be updated to follow development.

Perhaps we could have some set of "stable" packages created after every
release, so people could develop against it for sometime and later
update to the development releases and adapt to whatever changes in API
or functionality happened.

If you want to know which activities we are shipping in the images
without downloading and running them, you can give a look at [1], after
"Downloading activities from repo". So for 575 we are bundling:

Installing Read from file Read-29.xo
Installing TamTamJam from file TamTamJam-39.xo
Installing TamTamEdit from file TamTamEdit-39.xo
Installing TamTamSynthLab from file TamTamSynthLab-39.xo
Installing NewsReader from file NewsReader-21.xo
Installing Write from file Write-39.xo
Installing Web from file Web-51.xo
Installing Pippy from file Pippy-8.xo
Installing Calculate from file Calculate-9.xo
Installing Paint from file Paint-7.xo
Installing Journal from file Journal-50.xo
Installing Connect from file Connect-13.xo
Installing TurtleArt from file TurtleArt-3.xo
Installing Chat from file Chat-22.xo
Installing Etoys from file Etoys-56.xo
Installing Record from file Record-24.xo
Installing Measure from file Measure-8.xo
Installing Memorize from file Memorize-17.xo

[1] http://olpc.download.redhat.com/olpc/streams/development/LATEST/devel_jffs2/build.log



On Wed, 2007-09-12 at 09:16 +0200, Jani Monoses wrote:
> elw at stderr.org wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > these packages will be very useful for some folks... +1000000!
> Here's how to test out what's available now, only for Gutsy Gibbon (7.10)
> The emulator works so at least the UI can be seen and probably new activities written
> using it. I haven't tested any of the mesh/collab/chat features that require more instances or
> different machines running.
> $sudo -s
> #echo "deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/jani/ubuntu gutsy universe" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sugar.list
> #apt-get update
> #apt-get install sugar-emulator sugar-{calculate,write,memorize,connect,chat}-activity
> the repo is not signed so you'll need to say 'y' when asked by apt-get
> I tried a few other activites but since they did not work from jhbuild there was no point packaging them.
> Jani
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