On Tue, 07 Nov 2006 15:01:07 -0800, John Bailo <jabailo@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> > OLPC taps 2.6.19 kernel for first Linux laptop build
> > ,----[ Quote ]
> > | The One Laptop Per Child project has decided to utilize a Linux 2.6.19
> > | OLPC kernel with a Red Hat Fedora Core 6 "run-time environment" for the
> > | first build of its giveaway portable notebook computer, the Cambridge,
> > | Mass.-based project's president for software and content said
> > | Sunday.
> > |
> > | [...]
> > |
> > | The software team also has made a lot of progress, Bender wrote.
> > | The B1 build will include basic support for:
> > |
> > | * Chat
> > | * Web browser
> > | * Demo sketching program
> > | * Etoys
> > | * TamTam (for creating sounds)
> > | * Musical memory game
> > | * Xbook PDF reader
> > `----
> > http://www.desktoplinux.com/news/NS7522088140.html
> Where is it?
> Let's roll...
Right. Where is it,
as in "when are we going to get the computer you promised?"
It's been almost a year now and they haven't shipped the first.
Just another bullshit story from known liars.