AngleGators Team Proposal

  • List your other team members below

Name

email

role

Melody Kelly

mgk1068@g.rit.edu

Designer/Programmer

Alex Mack

amm4108@rit.ed

Programmer

William Russel

war9646@g.rit.edu

Programmer

  • Which project did your team choose?

    • AngleGators
  • 2-liner description of the project?

    • A python game for the XO laptops to help teach angle measurement. An alligator is trying to eat things. You have to open its mouth large enough to eat it or decide that it is too large to eat.
  • What will each team member's role be?

    • Melody Kelly - Designer/Programmer
    • Alex Mack - Programmer
    • William Russell - Programmer
  • Source Code Repository URL?

  • Commarch Assessment (Not Applicable for Commarch Team Assignment)

    • N/A -this is a brand new project and as such there is no way to do the commarch assessment.
  • Include the results of your Commarch Report Below

    • N/A -this is a brand new project and as such there is no way to do the commarch assessment.

List your upstream Mentor's below:

Name

email

Matt Soucy

msoucy@csh.rit.edu

Liam Middlebrook

ljm2906@rit.edu

  • How will you communicate with them? (i.e. IRC Channel, Email Addresss, mail lists, issue trackers, etc...)

    • Both email and IRC
  • What are the easy parts?

    • Coming up with ideas to implement
    • Understanding basic angle measurements
  • What are the hard parts?

    • Creating a game that’s in a language that isn’t familiar for all of us for a limited hardware.
    • Ensuring that the educational goal is achieved while still entertaining and engaging the user
  • How will you overcome both?

    • Learn as much of the language as possible before actually starting to program the game up.
    • Collating all of our ideas into a single document where we can decide what’s feasible and set timelines
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