[IAEP] !! in 10.1.3, setting "languages" property clears all activities

Yamandu Ploskonka yamaplos at gmail.com
Sun Jan 30 15:47:47 EST 2011

would then Fedora be less of a BW problem?
help me, I feel stooopid.  It seems to me Fedora would be more of a 
problem from the point of view of bw, but y'all seem to see that as, not 
a problem - for Fedora, yes a problem - for Sugar (which is smaller)
Of course, just like Br'er Rabbit, I couldn't find my way out of a 
paperbag tarball.
Y'all know better, but I don't get this.
sorry for wasting your time, since actually here I can't help - I just 
would wish I understood what the big kids are playing...
(though what you suggest, if I understand /that/, seems to make sense - 
have the localizations be a sort of small "plug-in" to Sugar, obviously 
smaller than the thing itself)

On 01/30/2011 02:29 PM, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 11:58 AM, Yamandu Ploskonka<yamaplos at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> thus having an image available might actually save bandwidth - AFAIK Sugar
>> is about half the size of a Fedora download
> Yes it is smaller, but if Tim in Haiti is very bw-limited, even the
> smaller thing is too large.
> Daniel -- looking forward a bit... would it be practical to build an
> img with a longer list of locales (all the ones we have reasonable
> support for), and then extract the relevant files in a tarball or
> similar so that they can be installed (with a script)?
> Are locales cleanly separated into files / dirs or is there any file
> that needs to be recompiled?
> If it's doable, there is a definite use case for auto-installing
> signed-tarball-with-locale from USB.
> cheers,
> m

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