[Ubuntu-Classroom] Proposed New Lernid Release
John S Gruber
johnsgruber at gmail.com
Fri Jul 8 20:40:02 UTC 2011
On Fri, Jul 8, 2011 at 12:45 PM, Elizabeth Krumbach <lyz at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 6:10 AM, John S Gruber <johnsgruber at gmail.com> wrote:
>> There's a problem with the way the main window is resized by gtk and
>> the panes are set and it would cause the chatroom pane to almost
>> disappear. It happened to me most on my old lucid machine, which is
>> why I was reluctant to release lucid the last time. I've put in a hack
>> to get around this problem and it seems to work ok on all the
>> operating systems I tried and with both of my machines. I think the
>> problem was the speed of the computer, not Lucid.
> When I ran 0.8.1.4 on my Lucid netbook last night it was taking up all
> of my CPU and still wasn't drawing the screen very fast. How fast is
> your test lucid machine? Maybe we need some minimum system specs? I'll
> load up natty on a USB stick tonight on my netbook to see if this is a
> Lucid or a slow computer bug and file a bug accordingly.
Thank you very much for letting me know about this. Is it slow just to
scroll down? If you navigate off of the Ubuntu Wiki to
www.canonical.com and it loads, is that slow? Is Lernid using a lot of
CPU at that point?
> There is a separate Spanish calendar here:
> (let me know if you have trouble with that URL)
When I click on it I get a "Feed Error"
> ClassBot supports multiple languages, so when set for ES, for example,
> "QUESTION:" is "PREGUNTA:" so we should probably pull someone in who
> is more familiar with how translations are handled, I'm not sure.
>From what Nathan said in backstage today, it sounds like it will be a
problem. Assuming its working properly, then I have the new Lernid set
up to say "Pregunta:" rather than "Question:" when run someone who has
set up her or his system for Spanish. I was trying to make it as
friendly as possible for our many non-English speakers, but I guess
it's too friendly at this point in time. I don't know if you heard but
Nathan wanted a little time to think about it.
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