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[Freedombox-discuss] 'No sysadmin' is the key to Freedom Box

A better model than mobile phones might be the XO. It should be ridiculously
easy to use, plus drop-able and spill on-able and not super power hungry. If
we envision this being used in places where the political situation has
caused the internet to be pulled, then easy *and* rugged are pretty key.

On 4 March 2011 15:09, Tracy Reed <treed at ultraviolet.org> wrote:

> On Fri, Mar 04, 2011 at 10:53:13AM -0800, Tony Godshall spake thusly:
> > both the above have a remote sysadmin.
> >
> > named Apple and Google.
> Only in the same sense that my Linux box has a remote sysadmin named CentOS
> or
> RedHat. Apple/Google never directly ssh into your phone. Although since you
> are
> running their code they can do whatever they want just like RedHat can
> theoretically do whatever they want with my servers.
> --
> Tracy Reed
> http://tracyreed.org
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