olpc at spongezone.net
Tue Nov 4 16:12:20 EST 2008
I applied for project hosting a few weeks ago but haven't gotten a
reply yet. For now I'm just using my own repo. I'm starting up an
Activity development team at my university, and our first projects are
going to be getting Panorama and Bridge to a deployable state. Our
first meeting is going to be this week, and there should be a more
stable release of Panorama over Thanksgiving weekend.
On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 2:57 PM, Samuel Klein <meta.sj at gmail.com> wrote:
> this is still one of the cooler projects people have taken on! Jeff
> K, have you gotten to try it out? Nirav, any thoughts of another
> release? Else you (or someone who wants to maintain it) should set
> up hosting for the code...
> On Sun, Oct 12, 2008 at 2:15 AM, Nirav Patel <olpc at spongezone.net> wrote:
>> That sounds like a much better idea. I'll try to set up something
>> like that on my webserver, though I'll have to move elsewhere if the
>> activity gains any kind of popularity. It still leaves the problem of
>> the images uploading to my personal Flickr account though. I think
>> having a Panorama Collection or Set on the OLPC Flickr account would
>> be nice.
>> Also, I uploaded the pre-alpha bundle: http://eclecti.cc/files/Panorama-1.xo
>> On Sun, Oct 12, 2008 at 1:39 AM, Brian Jordan <brian at laptop.org> wrote:
>>> Maybe one could set up a one-way upload script for this on dev (or
>>> some appropriate
>>> community-developed-web-services-server-of-the-future)? This script,
>>> then, could handle the uploading via flickr API securely.
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