[Pharo-users] Pharo family

Ben Coman btc at openinworld.com
Mon Oct 5 07:45:59 EDT 2015

On Mon, Oct 5, 2015 at 6:10 AM, Adam <adam at 234.cz> wrote:
> I move the map into github in textual file for completing it before drawing
> it: https://github.com/AdamSadovsky/pharo-family
> - Zinc is now inside
> - More circles can be added. I generalized it under "position", so You can
> change it into something else then "inside image". I dont even know what
> bootstrap is (it has to do something with the loading probably, but why it is
> important to know from this point of view).

Bootstrap refers to work being done to "bootstrap the core" per item 4.5 of...

I had a go at breaking a few bootstrap dependencies...
and at times found myself wondering whether the refactored alternative
I was proposing didn't introduce additional dependencies.  It would be
nice to have some view quick view of which packages are at which level
- but revisiting my thoughts, this is probably more low level than
you're aiming at, at the project level.

cheers -ben

> Adam.
> Dne Ne 4. října 2015 20:26:57, Ben Coman napsal(a):
>> Interesting idea.  Some feedback:
>> * "Zinc" should probably be inside the circle
>> * "SUnit" seems to have greater emphasis, such that for a moment it
>> seemed that this was the label for everything in the circle.
>> * Later it might be interesting to have several circles, showing what
>> is in bootstrap and the normal Image.
>> cheers -ben
>> On Sun, Oct 4, 2015 at 7:54 AM,  <adam at 234.cz> wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> >
>> > I just did a quick scatch of some projects, frameworks and concepts
>> > related to Pharo. I did it because I em confused of the cloud of projects
>> > around Pharo and what thay can do.
>> >
>> > Maybe somewhere already exists similar list. Maybe in textual form. If so,
>> > please, post it to me.
>> >
>> > Image starts in the center where Pharo logo is. Around it, there should be
>> > a core of Pharo (included in the image). Outside of this core, there are
>> > other important projects and frameworks.
>> >
>> > Text in ovals should represent main concepts and around them there are
>> > names or logos of projects that are related to them.
>> >
>> > Text in rectangles should represents  main attributes of nearby project.
>> >
>> > I would also like to draw bigger text or logos of projects that are very
>> > important (or enterprise ready...?).
>> >
>> > As you can see, it lacks lots of things (mostly because I draw it very
>> > quick and did not study every projects and every book about Pharo). But
>> > If  anybody have anything to contribute, I will be happy to include them
>> > to this map.
>> >
>> > Maybe it will be also better to create this picture through some
>> > visualization based on descriptive syntax of this hierarchy map (like
>> > mind-mapping) :)
>> >
>> > Have a nice day,
>> >
>> > Adam.

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