OLPC stuff found during Pootle housekeeping
martin.langhoff at gmail.com
Wed May 23 12:32:15 EDT 2012
I think it is all abandonware except for the "content" part. That is
possibly now part of olpc-utils . With the local deployment keys feature,
the "localization" needs to be deeper -- not just a string.
Maybe it should be a request for an OOB module -- similar to how we replace
the "library" content.
On May 19, 2012 3:59 PM, "Chris Leonard" <cjlhomeaddress at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear OLPC'ers,
> I was poking around on the Pootle server (translate.sugarlabs.org) and
> I came across some old remnants of previously hosted OLPC projects
> dating back to when Pootle was on an OLPC hardware.
> In the interest of cleaning up (prior to a future migration to a new
> Pootle VM (hopefully on our new hardware), there are a few projects I
> wanted to ask about to determine if there were any reason to retain
> these (even if only as on-line back-up and archive)?
> In this dir:
> 1) act_server
> # OLPC Activation and Theft-Deterrence Server
> # Copyright (C) 2008 One Laptop Per Child Association, Inc.
> # This file is distributed under the same license as the act-server
> # C. Scott Ananian <cscott at laptop.org>, 2008.
> 2) content
> (only two strings)
> msgid "Developer key request"
> msgid "Use the button below to request a developer key for your machine."
> 3) packaging
> # ONE LAPTOP PER CHILD http://www.laptop.org
> # XO - Start-up Kit
> # This page is for the green-and-white stuffer sheet explaining
> # in very simple terms what the laptop's pieces are and do, and
> # what its basic interfaces do.
> 4) OLPC website (contains the following)
> 5) Older Sugar projects
> I will probably zip and archive these as we no longer accept L10n on
> them, but they are Sugar, so I'll keep them on our server.
> Does anyone from OLPC have a desire to hold the archive of the
> OLPC-specific PO dirs? Is there any interest in revising these and
> having these opened up to accept new L10n?
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