[Sugar-devel] Thoughts on Collab
dave at lab6.com
Tue Jul 26 15:05:05 EDT 2016
On Jul 26, 2016 2:36 PM, "Sebastian Silva" <sebastian at fuentelibre.org>
> El 26/07/16 a las 13:08, Dave Crossland escribió:
>> Despite my suggestion to look at zeromq, I think we should be using the
collaboration protocols that Lionel is using in Sugarizer, so that someone
running Sugar desktop and someone using Sugarizer on a Chromebook (for
example, 2 kids in a family at home who attend 2 different schools that
have different hardware purchasing decisions ;) could collaborate.
> It's not a dichotomy.
> If two users use the same app [and it supports collaboration] - it should
just work regardless of the environment where they are run.
> Much like running etherpad @ titanpad.
I mean to propose a requirement for any new collaboration system that is
recommended to all sugar developers be that it support collaboration
And therefore the system that meets that requirement is the one used by
>> However, I am eagerly awaiting Sameer's next installment of the vision
quest process, because without the vision/mission/etc defined, we can't
make informed technical decisions about what kind of collaboration
protocols are best.
> Maybe we shouldn't have to judge - they can all coexist.
An anti-design approach where no system is recommended and each activity
developer can figure out their own system seems counter to the aims of a
cohesive and consistent learning platform in which collaboration is
promoted as a top tier feature :)
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