Re: How about creating

On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 16:36, Jose Aliste <jose aliste gmail com> wrote:
> Hi,
> On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 10:28 AM, Tomeu Vizoso <tomeu sugarlabs org> wrote:
>> On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 15:50, Gil Forcada <gforcada gnome org> wrote:
>>> El dg 08 de 08 de 2010 a les 15:07 +0200, en/na Tomeu Vizoso va
>>> escriure:
>>>> On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 14:55, Jose Aliste <jose aliste gmail com> wrote:
>>>> > Hi All,
>>>> >
>>>> > I sent this to the gnome-web-list but there was instructed to send it
>>>> > here, so it can be more widely discussed (and maybe also in the next
>>>> > gnome foundation meeting)
>>>> >
>>>> > The idea is simple (but long and complex to implement). I would love
>>>> > to have a site, so we can have nice database with
>>>> > plugins and other addons for desktop apps. The idea would be to
>>>> > "borrow" ideas from the addons site of mozilla and it should support
>>>> > different types of add-ons (for instance, for gedit, we have plugins,
>>>> > language files, style-themes to name a few).
>>>> >
>>>> > So what do you think about this?
>>>> Sugar Labs maintains its own fork of for Sugar
>>>> activities:
>>> Hi,
>>> Didn't know about it. Does it comes with a program library so
>>> applications can hook up with so that applications can integrate it with
>>> it?
>>>> Would be great if more people wanted to adapt AMO to non-Mozilla uses
>>>> and share the cost of upstreaming those modifications.
>>>> Implementation wasn't really long nor complex, but you need to decide
>>>> if you really want to replace distributions as the means to distribute
>>>> your software.
>>> Would be really useful if you can gives us figures on servers,
>>> bandwidth, etc that are needed to run it so that we can make our
>>> forecasts.
>> Sorry, I did the initial porting but have been away from it since
>> then. I'm sure that the admins in sugar-devel lists sugarlabs org will
>> be happy to share the data about usage stats and resource consumption.
>> Regards,
>> Tomeu
> Tomeu, is the source of or
> publicly available under an open source license? If so, could you
> point me out to it?

Both are FOSS, you can find links to the code (along with many details) here:



> Greetings,
> José

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