[Sugar-devel] Sugar-Server enhancement
tony_anderson at usa.net
Wed Apr 13 20:17:22 EDT 2016
I can't think of a use case for an XO to access multiple school servers.
If a school is so large (> 200 XOs), the easy solution is two school
servers. However, the XOs access the schoolserver based on SSID and so
users can be divided to their own schoolserver by the connection -
defining the LAN.
The OLE Nepal solution clearly satisfies the requirement to avoid any
unnecessary configuration option or 'onboarding' step.
The current placement of the code has been working for years. Showing
the server in the network section was added at a late release, as I
recall because the register menu item disappeared after registration and
so a user did not know for sure if the XO was registered. This was later
fixed with 'register again' so putting the name in the network section
is now redundant.
On 04/14/2016 07:35 AM, James Cameron wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 06:13:42PM -0500, Jerry Vonau wrote:
>>> On April 13, 2016 at 5:37 PM James Cameron <quozl at laptop.org> wrote:
>>> On Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 02:44:25AM +0530, Manash Raja wrote:
>>>> Hi Jerry,
>>>> Please don't forget jarabe/desktop/schoolserver.py is involved, I
>>>> personally would prefer that code to be moved into
>>>> Others please chime with your thoughts on this one.
>>>> Yes, if register option is brought to network section, then it will
>>>> better space for managing multiple different XS servers.
>>> Yes, add registration function to the network section, or move server
>>> to a new section ... but for ease of first-use where only one server
>>> is present, the register option can remain on the main menu.
>>> (Why do I suggest a new section? The Network section has become
>>> cluttered with radio device controls, access point cache control,
>>> jabber server, social help, and soon proxy settings.)
>> Wouldn't the backup related fields be more relevant in the backup section
>> of control-panel? Maybe the 'new' proxy settings could have its own control
>> panel section also?
> Yes, yes.
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