[IAEP] Webtech SIG was Re: [Sugar-devel] Project Guidelines posted

Kevin Cole dc.loco at gmail.com
Mon Sep 14 12:57:47 EDT 2009

On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 10:41, Bryan Berry <bryan at olenepal.org> wrote:

> on a related note, I would love to see a broader webtech SIG focused on
> bringing web technologies to Sugar. W/ the likelihood of hardware
> acceleration for webkit and gecko in the next couple years, we ignore
> these technologies at our peril. Mihai Sucan believes that js+html5
> application performance will improve 10x over the next 2-3 years and I
> believe him.
> I watch the commonjs and narwhal mailing lists and their growth has just
> been phenomenal over the last couple months.
> Things like capuccino -- www.280slides.com , capuccino.org -- are just
> amazing

Small typo (as I'm sure others have probably already figured out). The
correct link is http://cappuccino.org/  (2 p's)

> Karma is intentionally narrowly focused on moving OLE Nepal's content
> development to a format that is wholly open-source and that other
> countries can use. If Karma doesn't end up meeting Nepal's needs by the
> start of next school year, well my team won't be very happy w/ me.
> --
> Bryan W. Berry
> Technology Director
> OLE Nepal, http://www.olenepal.org
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