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eben at laptop.org
Mon Jul 6 11:21:35 EDT 2009
I like these terms, but I don't think they define the split I'm
referring to. object-push and object-pull describe, "sending an object
to a friend" and "taking something from my friend's Journal"
respectively. Both of these types of sharing are "object-sharing" (the
recipient gets the resulting object, with a new tree_id).
The more I think about it, I kind of like the "object-sharing" and
"activity-sharing" distinction, since in all of our high-level
outlines of Sugar we break the UI down into 3 core components: people,
activities, and objects. In this paradigm, we have:
object-sharing: the transfer of objects from people to people, via
push (send to) or pull (view published journal)
activity-sharing: collaboration among two or more people within an
activity, acting on a shared object or objects
Can someone phrase this more clearly?
On Mon, Jul 6, 2009 at 10:56 AM, Benjamin M.
Schwartz<bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
> Eben Eliason wrote:
>> PS. I think we need to come up with some better terminology to
>> distinguish between collaboration sharing and journal sharing. That
>> would make this much easier to talk about.
> I've been using the terms "object push" and "object pull".
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