[Sugar-devel] Introduction - guidance needed
nicestep at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 12:56:17 EDT 2010
If you're interested in developing Activities you might check out the
FLOSS Manual "Make Your Own Sugar Activities!" at this URL:
You might want to check out http://activities.sugarlabs.org to see
what is already available. That might give you ideas about where you
You don't need a dedicated Linux box to do development for Sugar. You
could run Linux in a VM on your laptop if it has enough memory to do
that, or you could set up the laptop to boot either Linux or Windows.
I do the dual-boot option myself. You just need to create a partition
on your hard drive to hold Linux. Having Linux partitions on your
laptop will not affect your experience running Windows, other than
losing the disk space the partitions use.
> Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 16:08:05 +0530
> From: Roopesh P Raj <roopesh.praj at gmail.com>
> Subject: [Sugar-devel] Introduction - guidance needed
> To: sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org
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> Hi All,
> I am an experienced python developer, I have also worked with zope, css,
> background and is very much interested in educational activities.
> I came to know about the project through OLPC project page. I am interested
> in getting involved in sugar lab project in what ever way I can. I can
> contribute through code contribution, bug fixes, testing etc. I can also
> contribute in documenting the work also.
> Please guide me in getting started - please suggest me any projects which
> requires python expertise so that I can start exploring.
> I don't have a linux box, I have only a laptop with windows installed. Will
> that be a problem?
> Warm Regards,
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