Activities --> [[Activities]]

SJ Klein sj at
Fri Aug 10 23:30:38 EDT 2007

If you have worked, are working, or are planning to work on an Activity 
for the laptop, please take five minutes and:

  * create an entry for it on the [[Activities]] page on the wiki.  If it
    already exists, update it with the latest build in which the activity
    has been tested, and the mime types the activity supports.

  * create a page for it with basic author and description information,
    and a link to a source repository if it exists.  If the page exists,
    update the page with the latest images, icons, and sources.

If you have more than 50 lines of code written, you probably need a 
repository.  If you don't have your own, remember that OLPC can host your 
code and docs for you.

(if git sounds painful, or if you've put off getting a git repository one 
time too many, make sure that you've at least uploaded an activity bundle 
to a public website or to our wiki.)

I know of a number of useful activities that have been developed but 
are not yet listed on the activities page; from the redlinked activities 
already there to the jukebox and game apps that have popped up from time 
to time, to the python apps that have been tested on XOs but never fully 
sugarized -- all of these should get an activity page, even if the final 
implementation is some way off.


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