[Sugar-devel] [IAEP] ASLO Suggestion
sdaly.be at gmail.com
Wed Jun 10 13:08:45 EDT 2009
FWIW, I have tried and failed to understand fructose, glucose, honey,
etc. When I get around to writing a little Activity I guess I'll climb
that learning curve.
I'm sure it's a useful classification system, but I don't think
teachers, parents, or Learners need any level of system architecture
detail. Simpler is better.
If tagging is possible for each Activity, perhaps it would be better
to do that? a simple search on "fructose" would return the list,
On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 7:01 PM, Aleksey Lim<alsroot at member.fsf.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 05:34:29PM +0200, Sean DALY wrote:
>> I think that's a great idea - will be very helpful in identifying the
> I've created Fructose(but not sure about name) category for that reason
>> i don't mind trying to write the instructions if someone else can edit
>> & post them.
>> On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 4:37 PM, James Simmons<jim.simmons at walgreens.com> wrote:
>> > Sean,
>> > I had another thought. Activities can be included in up to three categories
>> > on ASLO. So, in addition to GCompris we could also have a "Core" category
>> > (or "Pre-Installed" or some other agreed upon phrase) that would include all
>> > the Activities that are installed by default. This would showcase our most
>> > essential Activities and also give people a place to download stuff they may
>> > have removed by mistake.
>> > When I first got my XO I didn't have a wireless router, so I had to copy
>> > everything in using a thumb drive. I agree that some simple instructions
>> > would be worthwhile.
>> > James Simmons
>> > Sean DALY wrote:
>> >> Yes, that's the procedure when running Sugar and using Browse... which
>> >> I wasn't doing. A couple of phrases removing the mystery will help us;
>> >> it's a lowering-the-barriers issue... we can't assume everyone will
>> >> alertly figure it out.
>> >> Sean
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