[Sugar-devel] GSoC idea: Chart/graph-making activity
jameson.quinn at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 10:27:24 EDT 2009
Implementing a whole spreadsheet is a big enough chore. We do really care
about collaboration, but I would advise you to limit your ambitions to
something achievable, so worrying too much about collaboration right now is
Your job right now is to look under the hood and ask questions about the
three approaches Benjamin Schwarz (bemasc) mentioned, decide which one you'd
prefer to work with, and figure out a plan of work. We'd be happy to answer
questions, but you're going to have to get your hands dirty and use your own
judgement, I think. When you choose your plan of attack, that will help you
get a mentor who shares similar interests.
On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 8:05 AM, Garrison Benson
<Benson.Garrison at gmail.com>wrote:
> Would someone be interested in mentoring me in this project?
> Also, a thought about collaboration:
> I think it would be quite useful to allow a group of students to share data
> and edit it collaboratively in real time. Students working on an experiment
> in class could each be assigned to collect a portion of the data, then they
> could watch the whole data set be populated piece by piece by their peers.
> (We do this kind of thing all the time in my networking class, where we get
> response times, packet sizes, whatever, and each fill in one row of a table
> using DyKnow.)
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