[sword-devel] OLPC interest still?

Zachary M. Oglesby zoglesby at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 09:12:03 MST 2008

I have done a little reading on this and would recommend that people read
the following. Also I think a good starting point would be to adapt the
Rapier code and see if we can get it to work with Sugar. In the long run I
think it would be great if we could get this to work in the ebook mode that
the XO has to save battery life, but one step at a time.





On Jan 15, 2008 8:20 AM, Pierre Amadio <pierre.amadio at laposte.net> wrote:

> Hi there.
> I will for sure have a close look at any project involving a sword
> application on the olpc. I still though have no idea at all what sort of
> feature would take advantage of the olpc "mesh" thingy.
> I did try the SDK in 2007, but i must admit i got lost quite fast and
> was not even able to run already made application successfully... I do
> not know if it was broken or if i'm too old for such a desktop :-)
> For people starting to play with sword and python, i put some notes that
> summarise what i have learnt in a year of using both:
> http://hurdygurdy.dyndns.org/maemosword/python-sword-howto/
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