[sugar] notes from the field - Mongolia

Mel Chua metamel
Mon Oct 6 23:16:53 EDT 2008

> > The whole concept of Sugar is that the user doesn't need to
> > explicitly "save files".  They are automatically kept in the Sugar
> > datastore, and are accessed through the Journal interface.  [In  other
> > words:  Don't use the traditional hierarchy of directories to  locate
> > the saved file -- instead do "characterize" the object with a
> > description, and use an "intelligent search" to locate it.]
> Is there a wiki page that describes things like this?
> I'm looking for something primarily aimed at people who are already
> familiar
> with computers and probably have many inappropriate "initial expectations".

Something like this?

http://laptop.org/laptop/interface/principles.shtml (last section)

On journal design, but not specifically answering your question:


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