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(forw) Re: Possibility to get a OLPC developer's board [Reply-to: debian-custom-list]


As Knut did set a Reply-To, I don't know whether someone else from the
team actually answered his request.

----- Forwarded message from Christian Perrier <bubulle@debian.org> -----

Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 07:04:49 +0200
From: Christian Perrier <bubulle@debian.org>
To: debian-custom@lists.debian.org
Subject: Re: Possibility to get a OLPC developer's board [Reply-to: debian-custom-list]

(I'm not subscribed to -custom.....yet)

> - What do you think about this suggestions?

I think that your initiative was excellent, Knut.. ;-)

The whole concept of OLPC perfectly fits my personal views on what
Free Software can do for a better world and I'm pretty sure that these
views are widely shared among Debian and even more in the Debian
"derivatives" contributors. Jim Getty's BOF has been for me one of the
most instructive ones at Debconf and I wasn't there by hazard....

> - Who are interested to develop tailored Debian Edu for
>   OLPC-machines?

I think that at least the D-I (D-I==Debian Installer for people
outside Debian) team should have some of its members
getting a close attention on that OLPC project and, given that we
find someone interested, one member of the D-I team should get the
specific job of being responsible for all actions/changes/developments
done for the installer to properly run on OLPC hardware.

In short, on "OLPC person" in the D-I team....

If noone else volunteers, I'd be happy to do this.

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