[olpc-nz] Wellington Testing Summary - Saturday 18 December
sridhar at laptop.org.au
Tue Dec 21 22:10:31 EST 2010
On 19 December 2010 20:20, Alastair Munro <aperson39 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Who: Alastair
> os368 XO-1.5 - Australian build.
> How is this build number higher than the releases from build.laptop.org? Are
> you compiling your own versions and wouldn't it make sense to use a
> different versioning system if this is the case eg. os358-1 where os358 is
> the base build version and the '1' indicates the customisations so as not to
> get confused with the main builds.
We are using our own numbering scheme so as not to tread on OLPC's
toes. I still haven't figured out what OLPC's numbering schema is.
We've recently started to replace the 'os' with 'au' to denote our
builds, e.g. au359.
> The hot corners don't work in this build and have to use the frame key to
> toggle the frame.
We disabled this on purpose: hot corners are annoying.
> GCompris Clickgame-13
> This game runs very slowly on the XO-1.5 hardware, lags just moving the
> cursor around the screen. In its current state it would probably best not to
> include this in the build by default.
> This activity does not seem to be able to do anything. On starting up the
> activity you only get a grey screen and and the only button is the quit
> This activity give the message 'No bundle selected. Please close this
> activity and choose a bundle to restore from the journal', is this the
> standard activity for restoring an activity's state? If it doesn't have any
> functionality when it is launched from the icon, can it be hidden to stop
> user confusion.
> This is the most impressive new activity I've seen in a while. It runs
> really well and is lots of fun to play with.
Thanks for testing our build!
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