Tue Jun 23 06:30:51 EDT 2009
"Today's Strawberry release is meant for classroom testing; feedback
(feedback at sugarlabs.org) will be incorporated into the next version,
available towards the end of 2009."
Sebastian surely meant to say "our final Sugar on a Stick v1 release".
This version follows many snapshots. The roadmap is here:
The Sugar / Fedora / OLPC version numbering is difficult to follow,
which encouraged us to associate a flavor with Sugar on a Stick
versions and to downplay the number. Note that Sugar v0.84 is
distro-independent, while Sugar on a Stick v1 Strawberry is Sugar
v0.84 plus Fedora 11 plus some other tools.
V1 of SoaS had been planned for the fall in order to get up to speed
on the noncode aspects (documentation...), but was moved up by the
Sugar Labs Marketing Coordinator
On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 12:33 PM, Bert Freudenberg<bert at freudenbergs.de> wrote:
> On 23.06.2009, at 08:21, Edward Cherlin wrote:
>> On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 11:14 PM, Ebtihaj Obaidi
>> <sohaib at paiwastoon.com.af> wrote:
>>>> ter info:
>>>> Ladies and Gentlemen,
>>>> I'm pleased to announce that our final v1 release called strawberry has
>>>> just been composed! So finally, strawberries for everyone! :)
>>> First of all Congratulations for this brilliant job. Secondly I would
>>> to ask you, What do you mean by "strawberries for everyone!", Is this
>>> meaning that Now Adults / not the children can use Sugar same as Ubuntu
>>> and other?
>> It means that Sugar on a Stick is usable on almost any computer in any
>> school, not just on OLPC XOs.
> Usable already but not finished by far - this is a developer release and not
> Sugar 1.0. It's the final build of the very first version of "Sugar on a
> Stick", worth to be evaluated, but not ready to be widely deployed, yet.
> The "real announcement" will be sent out tomorrow I think and hopefully will
> make the intention clear.
> - Bert -
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