[Sugar-devel] [IAEP] Getting data about the upgrading older machines and SoaS responsiveness.
dr at jones.dk
Sun Jun 7 18:43:41 EDT 2009
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On Sun, Jun 07, 2009 at 04:40:31PM -0500, David Farning wrote:
>On Sun, Jun 7, 2009 at 2:38 PM, David Van Assche<dvanassche at gmail.com> wrote:
>> That's a good point, and I understand the thinking behind it, as if
>> you are not 'changing' anything in an existing setup, people are less
>> afraid that things might go terribly wrong. That's the reason we have
>> ltsp on a usb stick... because you can stick in a server, and test it
>> without installing anything. Think of it as SoaS server with
>> beaurocratic advantages included (taking care of networking,
>> providing Sugar images, setting up user accounts, providng
>> collaboration if necessary. It is by no means the XS server, nor
>> should it try to be that, its just the desktop environment part with
>> ejabberd, if needed.. of course, it only works in wired environments.
>Very cool. I had not heard of LTSP on a usb stick before.
>It sound like another great, low impact (I am trying to think of a term
>like 'carbon foot print' to properly reflect the impact) way of
>bringing LTSP into the class room.
"polite" or "gentle" perhaps?
or "non-invasive"? Emphasizing what is avoided: invading - potentially
taking over, accidentally or on purpose, the computers
Or did I misunderstand the kind of term you had in mind?
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