User:Andreatl/activityinfo

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How many are stable? How sugarized are they? Where do they come from? (country, university/other) What languages are they originally in?

Similarly, with respect to ongoing projects:

What are the open projects / activities?
Which are active? 
Which have mentors / Which are being worked on this summer?

Contents

xo-get

image:Activity-xoget.png

  • GUI for installing/removing activities
  • in beta

Collage

  • Collage and book maker
  • Origin: United States

MikMik

  • Distributed Wiki editor
  • pre-alpha stage
  • Origin: US

Story Builder

image:Activity-storybuilder.svg

  • Development by MaMaMedia
  • User:Morgs
  • version 12 released Jan 08

Read Etexts

image:Readetexts.svg

  • Gutenberg ETexts reader
  • Current version supports sharing
  • Developed by James Simmons
  • a few bugs, but usable

View Slides

image:Viewslides.svg

  • Sequential image reader
  • Developed by James Simmons
  • usable, but a few bugs
    • some older XO builds cannot open larger files
    • sharing features unreliable

Bounce

Image: 3dpong.svg

  • Fast paced 3D action game based on the arcade game pong. The game takes place in a 3d box where a player bounce and ball back and forth using a paddle. A multiplayer version is in the works.
  • Stable
  • Standard python activity: works in sugar
  • Origin: United States
  • Language: English

Assimilate

Image:Activity.png

  • A flashcard activity that allows students to review classroom material
  • Appears to be stable
  • Works under sugar jhbuild and emulation with QEMU
  • Developed by Urko Fernandez
  • Country of origin is unknown
  • Language: Appears to be in English


Candy

Image:Activity-candy.svg

  • Automated python tutor
  • Not yet stable: rough UI and partial framework for fixing code has been developed
  • Origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Currently be developed by Anthony Taranto


Colors!

Image:Colors-activity.svg

  • A simple painting activity that allows user to create pictures by using rough strokes and then adding fine detail later. The activity features soft brushes, collaborative painting, the ability to watch tutorial paintings as they are painted, and a variety of input methods including "video paint" using the webcam.
  • Alpha development status: some bugs to be fixed
  • Country of origin is unknown
  • Language: English
  • Developers: Wade Brainerd, Jens Andersson, Robert Anderberg
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