open source vs. constructionist learning
object404 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 13 07:01:21 EDT 2010
> We're not demanding anyone is giving away anything for free. We simply
> choose to do that ourselves, and we want to enable others to do the same, so
> we make available everything someone else might need to build on our work.
> But nobody is forcing you to do as we do, so don't whine.
I'm fine with open-sourcing my own stuff and I have been.
The argument is relevant because if the kids access 3rd-party flash
games on the web, they won't have access to the sourcecode.
The VM brings the exact same situation as Apple allowing "unapproved"
apps running on the iPhone.
If we're talking about OLPC's official policy for apps that will be
distributed in official main builds, there are no arguments about open
Local deployments are free to do with their machines as they want.
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