[Edu-sig] Shuttleworth Summit
francois.schnell at gmail.com
Sat Apr 22 07:50:19 CEST 2006
On 22/04/06, kirby urner <kirby.urner at gmail.com> wrote:
> Keep in mind that Stéphane Ducasse, the author 'Squeak: Learn
> Programming with Robots' was present at the summit, as were Guido and
> myself, and Alan Kay. Squeak was capably demonstrated, plus
> curriculum materials shared.
I know but this wasn't the case of all the other people on this thread (or I
I think it's important to clarify what people are talking about. One of the
classic problem is the confusion between Squeak and E-Toys (or
Squeak is the full multimedia smalltalk for programmers (-> squeak.org).
E-Toys is just a part which use Morphic and its viewer framework for
end-users or kids (-> squeakland.org)
If you talk about "Squeak" on Squeak.org list people expect smalltalk code,
Squeak Browser, Change Set, Method Finder, etc ...
Obviously the two learning curves are very different and the targeted
I imagine what people are talking about here is mainly E-Toys (or Squeak
E-Toys) but I could be wrong.
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