Unshare an Activity
walter.bender at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 18:11:17 EST 2009
In the scenario you describe, from the Sugar POV, you are always
sharing. You can control internally to your club a sharing state among
rooms an individuals that you can turn on and off at will.
On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 6:06 PM, Jorge Saldivar <jorgesaldivar at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Walter,
>> Is the club itself the activity?
> Yes, the club is the activity. The club has several mini games in this case
> board games.
>> In which case you'd be continually
>> sharing as long as you were at the club?
> When you start the activity it set up private, but when you enter in room
> (of the club) to play a mini game it share in the neighborhood waiting for
> some how wants to play that mini game in that room. After finish the mini
> game the two players leave the room of club (not stop the club activity) and
> the mini game should be stop sharing because they finish their mini game and
> the two player return to the corridors of the club and they are free to
> enter in another room to start another mini game.
> Answer you question?
> Jorge Saldivar
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