[Sugar-devel] [Gsoc] SWF Sugar

Mel Chua mel at melchua.com
Tue Mar 24 09:34:20 EDT 2009

Moving thread to sugar-devel.

Jameson Quinn wrote:
> Questions like that are best sent to sugar-devel, this list is just for 
> gsoc administrative/operational questions.
> To answer: the idea is to make hooks so you can save to journal, do 
> collaboration, and easily set up a sugar-like UI, from inside Flash; and 
> to make a demo activity which shows off these hooks by packaging an SWF 
> as a sugar activity. However, discussion on sugar-devel has shown that 
> people think that the AJAX Sugar/ Karma idea has a bigger bang for the 
> buck, for various reasons. We'd still consider a good SWF Sugar 
> application, but if it's the same to you we'd prefer the same for AJAX 
> (using titanium, I guess).
> Jameson
> 2009/3/23 KSChan <mr.kschan at gmail.com <mailto:mr.kschan at gmail.com>>
>     Hi,
>     I'm a undergrad from hong kong, china. In these few weeks, I'm
>     keeping my eyes on gsoc and at the same time assisting the
>     simplified chinese translation work for olpc-asia. The translation
>     work is almost done and thus it is the time for me to spend effort
>     on sugar^^.
>     I would like to know more about a brainstorming idea on
>     SWF_Sugar http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/DevelopmentTeam/ProjectIdeas#SWF_Sugar.
>     Is it aiming at translating .swf into sugar activity? Or, building
>     an activity to support .swf? Or, even compiling .as into sugar
>     activity??
>     Can anyone clarify for me ^^?
>     kschan.
>     -- 
>     I, have a dream. I want to make my dream come true. Anyway, OLPC Rocks!
>     http://mr.kschan.googlepages.com
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