Trivial spelling issue #83

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jmmastey opened this Issue Dec 27, 2010 · 6 comments

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jmmastey commented Dec 27, 2010

A fine tradition in software engineering, those typos are.

--- a/lessons/basic_programming.rb
+++ b/lessons/basic_programming.rb
@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ lesson_set "2: Basic Programming" do
end

lesson "Lists of Instructions"

  • page "A to-do list, not a shoping list" do
  • page "A to-do list, not a shopping list" do
    para "When I say that computers follow lists of instructions, I mean a to-do ",
    "list, not a shopping list. What I'm trying to say is that these lists have ",
    "an ", strong("order"), " to them that the computer follows. It does each ",
    @@ -292,7 +292,7 @@ end"
    end

lesson "Summary"

  • page "Congradulations!" do
  • page "Congratulations!" do
    para "Wow, you're awesome. Pat yourself on the back. High five someone. You've ",
    "got these basics down!"
    para "Check out the ", em("Basic Ruby"), " lesson to pick up some totally ",
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steveklabnik commented Dec 27, 2010

Whoops! I'll apply this soon, thanks!

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jmmastey commented Dec 30, 2010

Fixing spelling. Closed by 99d44d9

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steveklabnik commented Dec 30, 2010

Awesome. Wanted to make sure I gave you credit on the patch. :)

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jmmastey commented Dec 30, 2010

Heh, thanks! I don't know to what extend you're targeting the demographic, but I have a precocious 8 year old who has basically completed the included lessons, so if you need some play testing let me know. :)

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steveklabnik commented Dec 30, 2010

Awesome. Yep. Check this out, which was written by the original author of Hackety. I totally identify with it, though: i was that 7 year old kid making text adventures in BASIC.

The goal is to make something that's kid friendly, but doesn't treat them like children, so that adults aren't turned off either...

I will certainly be making more lessons. I also want to have community lessons, so...

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jmmastey commented Dec 31, 2010

Completely agree with those sentiments (though I was never much of a hacker as a kid, myself). I'm happy to help out any way I can, and I would be happy to contribute lessons if I can think of something that feels like it needs inclusion. I may have to learn shoes myself sometime soon.

steveklabnik added a commit to whymirror/hacketyhack that referenced this issue Jul 11, 2011

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