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Re: [olpc-software] No package manager?

I believe this is true in both Brazil and Extremadura.

Hopefully, Chris and I will get better insight into Brazil, and I intend
to look up Extremadura after GUADEC (unfortunately, it is the far side
of Spain).  Alan visited Extremadura a year or two ago.

And Scholelinux has been doing some nice work in school servers in
			- Jim

On Tue, 2006-03-14 at 06:40 -0500, Alan Cox wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 08:27:17PM -0800, Alan Kay wrote:
> > doing constructivist learning (e.g. with LOGO-like scripting). It is very 
> > likely that a thicker client will be required here to make up for what 
> > should be in the browsers, and this thicker client will have to be easy for 
> > nonHDLT child users to get.
> Clearly OLPC needs networking and its own hosted applications. Thats why I
> asked if anyone was actually doing school systems which are not in fact just
> thin client based. I simply can't find any below university level.
Jim Gettys
One Laptop Per Child

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