[Sugar-devel] Question about Sugarizing a Python program
sebastian at fuentelibre.org
Tue Mar 7 15:47:18 EST 2017
Also, don't miss the excellent "Make Your Own Sugar Activities" by James
On 07/03/17 15:45, Sebastian Silva wrote:
> Great to hear, sounds very interesting!
> I recommend you look at the libre book "Make Your Own Sugar
> Activities" for guidance. It will depend on what libraries you used.
> If it's pygame you will need something like the "sugargame" module but
> I don't know if there's one for GTK3. This is because both
> GTK and pygame have their own main loop sometimes competing.
> In 2015, we (SomosAzucar R&D team) were asked to build a English
> vocabulary set of games for the ministry of Education of Peru.
> I don't know if there's a better way nowadays, but perhaps our
> technical approach is of interest to you.
> Here's the repo https://github.com/icarito/peru-learns-english - also
> there's an XO bundle for Sugar on activities.sugarlabs.org
> We'll be happy to try your game!
> On 07/03/17 15:28, Nguyen, Lam wrote:
>> Hi Sugar developers,
>> We are a team of developers from Dickinson College, Pennsylvania, US.
>> We have been developing a Python program that consists of three
>> games, which aim to help children to learn how to spell English
>> words. The game was based on the suggestions from this wiki page
>> Now that the games are almost complete, we are looking into how to
>> integrate the game into the Sugar environment, in order to create a
>> fully functional Sugar activity. Could you please give us some
>> pointers, or direct us to where we could find information about this
>> “Sugarizing” process? How do we get started?
>> Thank you in advance, we really appreciate it!
>> Best regards,
>> Lam Nguyen
>> Sugar-devel mailing list
>> Sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org
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