[sugar] ISOS server

Christoph Derndorfer e0425826
Thu Nov 15 13:30:29 EST 2007

Hello everyone,

it's great to see all your feedback, I really think it's a sign of just 
how much potential Eduardo's idea has!

I have created a sort of stub for "Project ISOS" entry on the wiki, you 
can find it at http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Project_ISOS

I'd suggest we collect all of our ideas over there for now.

Unfortunately I've got a big exam coming up tomorrow so I'll only be 
able to expand that wiki entry once the weekend starts! Then I'll also 
get back to you wrt the comments made here on the mailing-list... :-)


Todd Kelsey schrieb:
> that looks extremely wonderful -- perhaps there is a roadmap to make 
> it easier for everyday folks, maybe through some kind of 
> self-extracting package that preconfigures vncviewer, and to find a 
> "central" server where someone could set up the instance (I may be 
> able to get a dedicated server for that).
> wondering if it is possible to make it even more painless -- to launch 
> a java vnc client all from a web page, no download/install, and 
> preconfigured to point at a sugar os app server, so people would just 
> need to update/install their java software. surely sun must have 
> someone who could shepherd this.
> Ryan - I just registered sugaros.net <http://sugaros.net> and .org to 
> protect from porn pirates, bc at euronet.nl <mailto:bc at euronet.nl> 
> evidently registered .com on 11/13, don't know if he is kid friendly 
> or not. but suggest putting ISOS on the sugaros.org 
> <http://sugaros.org> url, or at least aliasing, for seo purposes. some 
> people may wander in that way. sugaros could also just frame relay to 
> a wiki.laptop.org <http://wiki.laptop.org> page, if/when you make it 
> -- or like olpcaustria, for focus and accessibility, could have its 
> own wiki. if you need help setting that up, let me know. hostgator and 
> hostmonster make it easy to get a wikimedia instance up.
> On Nov 15, 2007 9:15 AM, Michael Stone <michael at laptop.org 
> <mailto:michael at laptop.org>> wrote:
>     On Thu, Nov 15, 2007 at 12:36:26AM -0600, Ryan Pavlik wrote:
>     > How feasible would it be to run "multiple Sugars" on a terminal
>     server
>     > somewhere, and serve it up over the Java VNC client?  It would
>     require
>     > the least Web-facing modifications.
>     >
>     > Ryan
>     Is
>      http://www.olpcaustria.org/mediawiki/index.php/Devserver
>     <http://www.olpcaustria.org/mediawiki/index.php/Devserver>
>     similar to what you're thinking of?
>     Michael
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