[Squeakland] collaborative uses

John Voiklis voiklis at redfigure.org
Tue Feb 24 17:15:06 PST 2004

Hello Randy,

There are lots of ways to collaborate in Squeak, most of them experimental
and, for that reason, not easy to find and or/use (I can tell you more
about these off list).

My research and development efforts while at Teachers College are focused
on testing and improving various ways to collaborate. I presented a paper
on this research at the C5 conference mentioned on the Suqeakland Web site
(the paper can be found here:

Other exciting efforts include OpenCroquet, NetMorph, and SeeThroughTalk;
each of these will figure, in some way, in the work we are doing at TC.

(http://opencroquet.org/, http://swikis.ddo.jp/NetMorph,

I hope this bit of information helps; I would be happy to answer any
further questions.



On Tue, 24 Feb 2004, Randy Heiland wrote:

> Hello,
> I was just curious if there are any existing collaborative possibilities
> with Squeak?  This is a very open-ended question, I realize, but I'm
> interested in any/all aspects of it.  Well, I'm not into multiuser
> gaming.  I am curious about the possibility of squeakers being able to,
> say, obtain/display data from online instruments.  Or being able to
> build up a regional/national database of (local) measurements - similar
> to the "plot of temperatures" figure in Alan Kay's "Computers, Networks
> and Education" paper?
> More on the tech side, are protocols such as XML-RPC supported in
> Squeak?
> thanks,
> Randy
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