[Pharo-project] [ANN] pharo focused sprint - bern, feb 26
stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
Tue Feb 1 19:40:22 CET 2011
Thanks for this initiative.
Doru I would like to have a plan for SimpleMorphic.
> We would like to organize a Pharo Sprint on Saturday, February 26 at SCG, University of Berne, Switzerland (room 107):
> Unlike other sprints, this would not be about fixing things from the tracker, but about building something new and reviewing the situation around one central topic. For this one, the main topic will be Morphic and the IDE. Why? Because it is time to rethink our day-to-day tools and bring them closer to this century (ok, maybe decade :)). It is Ok if you are not a specialist. It is more important to want to participate and learn. The rest will come in time.
> ***** Please let us know by mail if you plan to attend and what you would wish to work on (see below).
> Proposed tasks (other tasks are possible in the same area):
> - Enhancements of Morphic widgets:
> --- TabGroupMorph with lazy pages, closable tabs, overflow handling and toolbars (a start exists in Glamour)
> --- High level support for collapsable panes (based on the input of Gary)
> --- SearchMorph with multiple groups of items (like in Spotlight)
> --- MorphTreeMorph integrated with GeneralScrollPane to allow for space filling
> --- BreadcrumbMorph
> --- Hyperlinks in TextMorphs
> - Test and enhance the current IDE
> - Evaluate TextMorphs: NewTextMorph, PluggableTextMorph, SMxPluggableTextMorph etc
> - Prototype a new ToolSet solution
> - Enhancements of Glamour and of the Glamorous Toolkit
> --- Debugger
> --- Coder
> --- Multipage Workspace
> --- CodeBubbles
> - Develop WeakAnnouncement (start from the implementation of Lukas)
> - Evaluate the various keybinding implementations
> - Evaluate ToolBuilder
> - Evaluate the path to adopt SimpleMorphic
> A second working topic is getting Monticello faster, but this will only be tackled if there are enough people for the first one.
> Adrian and Doru
> "Be rather willing to give than demanding to get."
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