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Revision as of 21:51, 5 January 2010
Update Sugar to the latest version 0.88 in Fedora 13
Provide the latest Sugar Learning Environment, as well as an enhanced activity set, which can be used as a choice in the login screen and possibly a live spin.
- Targeted release: F-13
- Last updated: 4th January 2010
- Percentage of completion: 45%
Sugar 0.87.2 is in Rawhide and a good base set of packages has been built and is available. A basic comps package group has been created, so 'yum groupinstall sugar-desktop' works, too.
We want to provide the new version of the Sugar desktop environment as well as more activities to allow further building upon the collaborative environment.
Users curious about the Sugar interface can test out Sugar on an existing Fedora system by selecting the Sugar environment from their display manager.
Developers interested in working on the Sugar interface or writing activities can have a development platform without needing an XO laptop.
Benefit to Fedora
This feature will allow us to capture the interest in developing for the OLPC and Sugar Labs project, allowing all involved projects to profit, as it brings the latest and greatest bits from the Sugar community for education into Fedora. By making Sugar more readily available, it's easier for users to play with it, become involved, and contribute back.
- Build updated Sugar packages
- Build useful Sugar activities (tracking list)
- Work on a spin, which isn't blocking this feature, though
Select Sugar as an option on the gdm screen for your account, log in, and use Sugar. Internet access through Browse should be possible. This will require the @sugar-desktop group to be installed, but should otherwise be straight-forward.
Only noticeable by those wanting to use Sugar.
No further dependencies, thanks to the original work here.
None necessary. Many of the packages will be included in Fedora, but will be less useful without the work done to tie them together.
We'll have some stuff here eventually...
How To Help
- Visit #fedora-olpc and #sugar on Freenode
- Join the mailing list: https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-olpc-list
- Package or review some of the packages listed on the wishlist