[sugar] [support-gang] Microsoft
Thu May 15 21:46:45 EDT 2008
> > Of course. Sugar is not dead, just OLPC. That's why the fork occurred.
> Sugarlabs isn't a fork. The code bases are still the same and
> aren't going to change. It's more like upstream sources now.
> Or a forking of management, not code.
devil's advocate: how would someone on the outside (of either
OLPC, or sugarlabs) know that that is the case? all that has
happened (from the public view of things) is that this new wiki
has sprung up, claiming essentially that "this is where sugar
lives". there's been no "announcement" (that i've seen), and no
corresponding announcement from OLPC, so an observer is sort of
left to wonder what's going on.
paul fox, pgf at foxharp.boston.ma.us (arlington, ma, where it's 57.4 degrees)
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