[Server-devel] Questions for today

James Cameron quozl at laptop.org
Wed Aug 14 01:39:07 EDT 2013

On Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 05:51:55PM +1000, James Cameron wrote:
> I like Sugar Network, because the problem of content sharing is
> examined from a top down design perspective, including the constraint
> that internet connectivity might not be available, or it may be
> intermittent.
> On the other hand, the two School Server projects (XS and XSCE) seem
> to be bottom up designs; here's a Linux server, now how can we use
> it?

After private mail, I retract this.  It was a false impression based
on the Wiki pages for XS and XSCE, which emphasise technical
specifications rather than the functional specifications or features.

(e.g. XS_Features is split out to another page, not on School_server,
and School_server begins heavily with "Linux-based" and "hardware

(e.g. XS_Community_Edition explains more about the project team,
communications methods, contributors, and history than it does about
the features.)

I suggest that the product and development content be split so this
distinction is clearer.  If I got it so wrong, others may too.

My apologies for the misunderstanding.

James Cameron

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