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Re: [K12OSN] Sugar desktop.



On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 1:15 PM, David Farning <dfarning sugarlabs org> wrote:

>> You'd also have to decide where your Jabber server and other server
>> infrastructure fits in.
>
> This is the part that I am trying to figure out.  In the original
> implementation, the desktop was so closely tied to the hardware that
> working on it required a significant amount of os and hardware
> knowledge.  The learning curve was too steep to engage new developers.
>
> As an effect of splitting sugar development from XO development, we are
> establishing an abstracting layer between the two.
>
> My thoughts are to establish a similar abstraction barrier between the
> XS hardware and the top layer services.

I haven't been keeping up with XS development.  It used to be
relatively hardware independent.  How is it tied to hardware now?

What's the status of Jabber server installation with the necessary
plug-ins for Sugar collaboration?  Are there RPMs that work?

--Tom


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