Help for kick off!
tomeu at tomeuvizoso.net
Tue Feb 5 04:20:25 EST 2008
On Tue, 2008-02-05 at 10:48 +0530, ASWATHY PRASAD wrote:
> How to get started with OLPC for developing a software? Is there any
> area which we require to know about in particular?
> How can we get to know more about the architecture of the OLPC? Also
> the OS of OLPC and the registers it use for various purposes.
wiki.laptop.org is where all public information lives. If you cannot
find something there that is important for your efforts, ask in IRC and
please add it to the wiki.
> Is that all the activities developed in OLPC is in Python? Can't we
> go for any other language? Can't we use C for it?
Activities can be developed in any language, but until this point we
have focused in making life easier for python developers, as is the
language that we expect to be more used by users.
> How do we get started with the kernel level programming in OLPC? Is
> it exactly the same way as in Fedora?
Think so, there's some info in the wiki.
I would recommend you and in general to all people looking for something
to do, to send an email to this list presenting yourself, your current
skills and the areas you have more interest. I'm sure the developers
will try to find something fun and interesting for you to work on.
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