[Sugar-devel] activities.s.o update
tomeu at sugarlabs.org
Sat Dec 20 14:21:10 EST 2008
On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 15:49, David Farning <dfarning at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 2:53 AM, Tomeu Vizoso <tomeu at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
>> On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 23:46, David Farning <dfarning at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
>>> Can we just check out your tree and have things work? Or should I
>>> modify the a.s.o instruction page to reflect how to pull from
>> No, things will get a bit more complicated, I will update the wiki.
>>> Also, please feel free to kill the activities.sugarlabs.org/mainline.
>>> I did a git svn from the mozilla repoitory and git push to push the
>>> tree into gitorious.
Wiki updated: http://sugarlabs.org/go/DevelopmentTeam/a.s.o
All my patches are here:
Blogged at http://blog.tomeuvizoso.net/ about the last developments on this.
>> I think that only the owner of the project (you) can delete it. But
>> what we can do is for you to pull from my tree into mainline, and
>> leave my clone for my personal work.
> Let me know what works best for you.
What I propose is that whoever decides to own the project takes the
ownership of the mainline repo and keeps it updated. Several people
have shown interest and we'll need different skills: php coding, html
coding/design, sysadmin, etc.
>>> We will need to retain the ability to resync changes from mozilla. In
>>> the short term I think all of the changes that we push upstream will
>>> be as patches uploaded to their bugtracker.
>> Agreed, have you talked with the mozilla folks about it?
> Yes, the idea is the reduce the addontypes magic variables to as few
> locations as possible. Eventually, they may be moved to a config
> files so Mozilla, Sugar Labs, or others can easily redefine them as
Sounds pretty good.
> I guess
>> there's no chance they would accept a patch that makes reference to
>> Sugar and/or activities, right?
> Not yet:( But, if Sugar Labs starts to contribute significant
> improvements to the code base, they are willing to meet us half way.
> FWIW, I think amo is regularly handling 500,000 hits per day.
> Technically, It seems to scale reasonably well. The bit that is not
> scaling as well is finding editors to review and approve new addons.
Nice to know.
I'm quite excited by this because discovering, creating, modifying and
sharing activities are one of the pillars of Sugar IMHO. I think this
is a missing piece in our infrastructure that will make a big
difference for our users.
>>> On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 1:18 PM, Tomeu Vizoso <tomeu at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
>>>> I'm working on a tree in git.s.o:
>>>> Rebased the patches from
>>>> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=377513 with last version,
>>>> but some things changed so much, I'm not sure I didn't broke anything.
>>>> Have moved now to create a Sugar application and a category for
>>>> activities and I'm adding the code required to support activities.
>>>> Plan to keep working on this during the next days.
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