[Sugar-devel] Activities migration status
ed at laptop.org
Wed Jan 14 12:37:46 EST 2009
No, there are no current plans to shut down any services on
dev.laptop.org. OLPC has an 8.2.1 release underway and we'll continue
to maintain those services in the future.
On the other hand, anyone working on Sugar efforts such as Activity
development should be encouraged to put all those efforts under the
Sugar Labs roof where they can be more readily available to the entire
Sugar community (not just the OLPC portion of it). The last paragraph
of Wade's message (quoted below) described it very well.
On Jan 14, 2009, at 12:33 PM, Gabriel Eirea wrote:
> I'm an activity developer with my code at dev.laptop.org. I'm a bit
> confused about this migration. Is it necessary to change the location
> for some reason? Is dev.laptop.org going to be killed?
> I believe the Activity Team is a wonderful idea but would like to have
> this point clarified.
> 2009/1/14 Wade Brainerd <wadetb at gmail.com>:
>> On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 6:05 AM, S Page <info at skierpage.com> wrote:
>>> I'm not sure what you're doing, but if you want activities...
>>> When the call went out for activities for 9.1.0 I put all the meta-
>>> lists of
>>> activities in
>>> That links to some interesting queries in
>>> http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Activity_queries :
>>> * 45 pages with a Devel status
>>> * 116 pages that appear to have an activity bundle
>>> * 310 pages in Category:Activities in the main namespace.
>>> and I'm sure there are more activities that lack a page on on
>> Thanks, this is a great source of information.
>> What we are trying to do is track down all the activities that have
>> been written (or started) and then migrate them to SugarLabs
>> infrastructure, with permission from their authors. At the same time
>> we will encourage their authors to finish them, update them to work
>> with recent builds, document them, make sure they can be packaged for
>> non-XO distros, etc.
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