[Olpc-open] Nortel LearniT animations (Seth Woodworth)
echerlin at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 04:10:55 EDT 2008
On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 12:15 AM, Charbax <charbax at charbax.com> wrote:
> How about OLPC putting pressure of Adobe from the top, pulling Adobes ear
> and putting public pressure on Adobe to release a free and open optimized
> flash player for the OLPC project.
Now what would you need, Charbax, in order to recode the videos you
have for the XO?
> Or how about a repository package manager app in Sugar (usable even by
> children) to easily install and uninstall free and non-free software in one
> click. Flash, Opera, Skype, Mplayer, video games emulators all these would
> be nice if they could be added in just one click without the need to use the
> terminal and would be I guess needed for all these to be optimized to work
> the best.
Google shows several Yum GUI programs. It is my understanding that
such a project is already planned, but others can provide more
> On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 5:16 AM, Rob Savoye <rob at welcomehome.org> wrote:
> > Hal Murray wrote:
> > >> I will also talk about Adobe's recent release of the source code of
> > >> this VM to the open source community along with Mozilla's plan for
> > >> embedding this module into the Firefox web browser.
> > >
> > > Am I missing something?
> > Tamarin is a small fraction of the code needed to do a flash VM. Even
> > starting with Tamarin you'd have many years of development. All Tamarin
> > is is an ActionScript interpreter, SWF is much more complex than that.
> > - rob -
> Nicolas Charbonnier
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