Re: role of olpc/XO/sugar in debian-edu
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On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 10:45:31AM +0200, email@example.com wrote:
> - The reason for the XO-live-cd (which is not only sugar) was not so
> clear for me. May be skolelinux as server centric paradigm is searching a
> completition of the portfolio on the other side of the paradigm-bandwidth
> (live system)? After your answers I venture to say that this is not the
> case at the moment.
Wolfgang Rohrmoser and Kurt Gramlich, both working with Skolelinux in
Germany, have put together and maintain a Sugar environment based on
same (Fedora-based) environment as OLPC use for the XOs.
That LiveCD is, I believe, a working solution but in Skolelinux context
promoted only temporarily until Sugar is fully packaged in Debian:
Skolelinux has a defined goal of becoming a Debian Pure Blend which
precludes such Fedora-based work.
So that LiveCD is real and concrete and promoted by members of
Skolelinux in Germany (similarly to norwegian variations of Knoppix have
been promoted in Norway in the past and possibly still is), but is (I
believe) not an integral plan of Skolelinux development.
* Jonas Smedegaard - idealist og Internet-arkitekt
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