[Sugar-devel] Where to put info on activities under development?
alsroot at member.fsf.org
Thu Apr 2 06:45:45 EDT 2009
On Thu, Apr 02, 2009 at 11:33:17AM +0200, Christoph Derndorfer wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was wondering where to put the wiki-pages for activities that are
> under development.
the common practice tends to separate the whole activities related pages
between activities.sugarlabs.org(userland pages - downloads, reviews,
descriptions) and http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Category:Activities
(development related pages - sources, hacks ..)
I can't see any problems to have your activity dev pages on
Moreover on activities.sugarlabs.org you could create(and change its
to "complete") your activity and leave it in Sandbox -- all logined
can see these activities(they marked as "experimental")
> The [[Activities]] page is really the one where the polished
> activities seem
> to go, some projects like the ImageViewer Activity seem to be directly
> listed as sub-pages under seperate releases (e.g. 0.84) - which doesnt
> strike me as a particularly good solution.
thats because of ImageViewer is a part of Sucrose - its another story
> So should this kind of info be put somewhere closer to the
> or ActivityTeam content? Or elsewhere?
for Honey activity only ActivityTeam -- imho Sucrose(DevelopmentTeam)
include only necessary activities like Terminal, Log, Browse
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