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RE : RE : Doing a presentation of Squeak with Squeak asapresentation tool


Hi ,
another way is to create a flaps and let it be a shared flaps.

This way th flaps is present on every project , you can put things in it and get things from it.

If the flaps is a shared flaps it will not be saved with the project, uncheck 'shared' before saving if you
need to save the flap. In a presentation you can  put  examples  on differents flaps.
Regards

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De: squeakland-bounces@... de la part de Hilaire Fernandes
Date: mer. 28/02/2007 09:25
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Objet : Re: [Squeakland] RE : Doing a presentation of Squeak with Squeak asapresentation tool

Thanks a lot for the tips Pierre-André.

Hilaire

Dreyfuss Pierre-André (EDU) a écrit :
> Hi,
> 
> A way to merge somme projects is to pass copy of object from a project to another using the menu of the red
handle 
> of the object's halo  then copy &print/copy to paste buffer
> 
> and in the other project the world menu /new morph/from paste buffer.
> 
> An easiest way is to load or create a destination project from the first project and just drop the objects on
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Scott Wallace | 1 Mar 07:55 2007

Re: Squeakland Digest, Vol 46, Issue 11

Actually, the feature Alan mentions is at present only available in  
the OLPC version of etoys...

Cheers,

   -- Scott

On Feb 27, 2007, at 9:39 AM, Alan Kay wrote:

> The OLPC version of EToys (and I think the Squeakland version --
> Scott will correct me if I'm wrong) has an option in BookMorphs (the
> dot menu) that will make a new page as a "scripting area". This sets
> up a little name space to make it more convenient to have a number of
> separate scriptign regimes on different pages (so they are a little
> more like a project). However, what we really need to do is to unify
> projects and pages (and hope to this year).
>
> Cheers,
>
> Alan
>
> At 05:33 AM 2/27/2007, eoca@... wrote:
>> I have presented my tesis this way, very usable!
>>
>>     Emilio
>>
>>
>>> I have done squeak presentations by using the book morph and  
>>> creating
>>> a template by creating a page and selecting from the red menu  
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Ron Teitelbaum | 1 Mar 20:32 2007

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Guyren Howe | 1 Mar 18:01 2007
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Mailing list reminders send plain-text password

I am getting a monthly mailing list reminder, containing my password  
in plain text.

Is there any way to stop having my password sent to me in plain text?
Bert Freudenberg | 1 Mar 22:55 2007
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Re: Strange error when loading a project into another from a superwiki then saving the image

Thanks. Is it possible your image directory was write-protected? The  
log indicates it was trying to create the default directory but  
failed. I can't imaging how that could have to do with the project  
loaded, unless it fiddled with the default directory path.

- Bert -

On Feb 27, 2007, at 12:14 , Hilaire Fernandes wrote:

> Bert Freudenberg a écrit :
>
>> Could you forward the SqueakDebug.log file that was created when  
>> the error occurred?
>
> Here it is.
>
> Hilaire
> Error: a primitive has failed
> 27 February 2007 10:23:28 am
>
> VM: unix - a SmalltalkImage
> Image: Squeakland 3.8-05 [latest update: #552]
>
> SecurityManager state:
> Restricted: true
> FileAccess: false
> SocketAccess: true
> Working Dir /home/hilaire/Documents/CDDP/Animations/2007-03-28/My  
> Squeak
> Trusted Dir /home/hilaire/Documents/CDDP/Animations/2007-03-28/secure
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Steven Elkins | 2 Mar 03:09 2007
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Re: Mailing list reminders send plain-text password

On 3/1/07, Guyren Howe <guyren@...> wrote:
> I am getting a monthly mailing list reminder, containing my password
> in plain text.
>
> Is there any way to stop having my password sent to me in plain text?

The same email should have a link to your list membership
configuration page.  One of the options is...

    Get password reminder email for this list?

Not sure it's exactly what you want.

HTH,
Steve

--

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before starting to improve the world.       -- Anne Frank
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Hilaire Fernandes | 2 Mar 09:55 2007
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Re: Strange error when loading a project into another from a superwiki then saving the image

No Bert my directory is not write protected, let me explain the 
operation I conducted:

- working in my squeakland image (a copy of it in another folder than 
the default one, and I start it with squeakvm)
- I create and edit my project with this image, I can save the image 
just fine
- I load a project from our swiki (with my squeakland configure with the 
smalltalk code at http://superswiki.ofset.org:8000/super/16)
- I save the image ==> error. From there whatever I do (remove the 
loaded project), I cannot save the image
- I quit squeak and restart it, with the last saved image (before the bang)
- I reload the downloaded project, but from the local copy now in 'My 
Squeak, This time I can save the image just fine.

Hope it helps,

Hilaire

Bert Freudenberg a écrit :
> Thanks. Is it possible your image directory was write-protected? The  
> log indicates it was trying to create the default directory but  
> failed. I can't imaging how that could have to do with the project  
> loaded, unless it fiddled with the default directory path.
> 
francois schnell | 2 Mar 11:37 2007
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Re: Mailing list reminders send plain-text password

Hello,

I also subscribed to many mailman malling-list and I've just checked them. A lot of them show a clear password at the end of the reminder but not all of them send this reminder mail.

I had a quick look at the mailman admin doc:
"""
This document is intended for persons who have the responsibility of managing mail lists that are being run by the GNU Mailman mail list manager. Note that this document is not intended for people who are only list members
"""
http://staff.imsa.edu/~ckolar/mailman/mailman-administration-v2.html

and there's a parameter it seems the admin can set:

"""
Send monthly password reminders or no? Overrides the previous option. When set to yes, list members will receive an automatically generated monthly posting reminding them of their password as well as the URLs to access their list configuration options. This will save you're a lot of time as administrator as it will let users solve a lot of their own problems.
""""
I can really understand why admins want to leave this by default, mainly to avoid dealing with new users who haven't understand yet how to manage and get-out of a malling list.

Even if it's possible for the user to change this behavior in his account I don't like this  for security reasons.

I've never seen that my passwords was sent in this mails: the mails are called  "mailing list memberships reminder" and I already know I'm a mailing list member and so I have no reasons to check this. Mailman should  call this  "mailing list memberships and *clear password* reminder"  IMO.

On the mailman mailing-lists which doesn't send me the clear reminder by default there's the list address link at the end of the mail which I believe is far sufficient (users can there retrieve their password if they really forgot it and they know what to expect and when in their mailbox).

Anyway, thanks Guyren and Steven for the awareness. Next time I'll subscribe to a list I'll also be also more cautious :)

francois


Wow, Thanks Steven and Guyren,


On 3/2/07, Steven Elkins <sgelkins-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:

On 3/1/07, Guyren Howe <guyren-ee4meeAH724@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> I am getting a monthly mailing list reminder, containing my password
> in plain text.
>
> Is there any way to stop having my password sent to me in plain text?

The same email should have a link to your list membership
configuration page.  One of the options is...

    Get password reminder email for this list?

Not sure it's exactly what you want.

HTH,
Steve


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Bert Freudenberg | 2 Mar 12:10 2007
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Re: Strange error when loading a project into another from a superwiki then saving the image

Okay, so you can reproduce this. In the debugger, can you check which  
directory it's actually trying to ensure exists? And find out why  
that fails?

- Bert -

On Mar 2, 2007, at 9:55 , Hilaire Fernandes wrote:

> No Bert my directory is not write protected, let me explain the
> operation I conducted:
>
> - working in my squeakland image (a copy of it in another folder than
> the default one, and I start it with squeakvm)
> - I create and edit my project with this image, I can save the image
> just fine
> - I load a project from our swiki (with my squeakland configure  
> with the
> smalltalk code at http://superswiki.ofset.org:8000/super/16)
> - I save the image ==> error. From there whatever I do (remove the
> loaded project), I cannot save the image
> - I quit squeak and restart it, with the last saved image (before  
> the bang)
> - I reload the downloaded project, but from the local copy now in 'My
> Squeak, This time I can save the image just fine.
>
> Hope it helps,
>
> Hilaire
>
>
> Bert Freudenberg a écrit :
>> Thanks. Is it possible your image directory was write-protected? The
>> log indicates it was trying to create the default directory but
>> failed. I can't imaging how that could have to do with the project
>> loaded, unless it fiddled with the default directory path.
>>
>
>
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> http://squeakland.org/mailman/listinfo/squeakland
Hilaire Fernandes | 2 Mar 12:41 2007
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Re: Strange error when loading a project into another from a superwiki then saving the image

Sure, it is trying to create the /home directory, odd don't you? At 
first I was wondering if I was analysing correcty.

I load a .pr which does not produce this problem.
Form superwiki ofset.org:8000

- the pb arised with 'v-toys voiture sur route-7.pr'
- the does not arise with 'modele de diapo inter-2'

Both project are at top of the list.

Does it produce the same pb for you?

Hilaire

Bert Freudenberg a écrit :
> Okay, so you can reproduce this. In the debugger, can you check which 
> directory it's actually trying to ensure exists? And find out why that 
> fails?

Gmane