An OLPC Development Model

Dennis Gilmore dennis at
Wed May 7 15:15:27 EDT 2008

On Wednesday 07 May 2008, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> On 07.05.2008, at 19:36, Marco Pesenti Gritti wrote:
> > I'm not really convinced it should be a separate build. Just ship a
> > set of core activities and make it really easy to install new ones (we
> > have already everything in place to do so).
> I hate the "core activities" idea. What are the core activities for an
> education machine? The activities that distinguish the XO from all the
> other laptops out there are regularly omitted from the "core". Like in
> the new olpc3 build (*). There is no technical reason for this, and it
> sends the wrong message. Unless someone wants to  convey that this is
> just another laptop project.

Quit making things out of nothing,  the olpc3 builds are a start on getting 
builds based on F-9 nothing more nothing less.  i branched pilgrim based on 
the joyride tree.  right now im trying to get things to a state where the 
image boots.  once it boots ill announce it from the top of every cliff 
please test.    but until then do not read false things into it.  

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