[sugar] [IAEP] Sugar for the rich
Tue May 27 16:50:42 EDT 2008
> There are Sugar packages for
> Fedora, Debian and Ubuntu, the OLPC images, Greg livecd.
The point of my post was that if I were living in a remote area
somewhere, I might well have received a XO from some organization.
I'd be much less likely to have received Fedora or Debian or Ubuntu,
or images or a livecd.
> What do you mean with jhbuild inclusion in the mainline development?
I quoted the post titled "Sucrose 0.81.1 Development Release". The
only purpose mentioned in that announcement, or in the webpage it
pointed to, was: "test the release in jhbuild". I concluded that
what the title of the announcement meant by "Release" was "we have
packaged the source so it can be given to jhbuild". If that *was*
the purpose of the announcement, then obviously jhbuild is an
integral (i.e., mainline) part of the (development) release process.
> Source code is always available, and releases are
> released to everyone who can use them simultaneously.
The point of my post (and its title) was that if I were living in an
economically disadvantaged region somewhere, I might well have
received a XO from some organization. I'd be much less likely to
have received facilities to be able to build from source.
> you can get closer to the action (and contribute
> useful bug reports) by installing daily builds.
Yes, please -- what is the URI for where the daily __builds__ are
kept which include Sucrose 0.81.1 ??
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