[Sugar-devel] Sugar as a Green Design Pattern (James Cameron)
lionel at olpc-france.org
Tue Dec 6 08:15:22 EST 2011
>> In my mind, it is mostly nothing about Sugar [learning environment],
>> but about OLPC's efforts of creating XO laptops. Moreover, Sugar
>> [learning environment] might be considered as a bad example for Green
>> Design Patterns, because is not all time efficient in case of computer's
>> resources consumption :).
> I agree. I don't see how Sugar could be considered Green.
This last sentence is very disturbing for me :-(
By the way, I've just read an old page on the OLPC Wiki about power
management on the XO (http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Power_management).
Now I understand that what I'm called "Green optimization" don't come from
the software (Sugar) but from the hardware/firmware on the XO.
So, okay it make sense for me that Sugar is not the key point to talk about
Thanks James and Alkesey for your answers.
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