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Tasty Blueberry

Posted 15 Dec 2009 by 

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Looks like version 2 of Sugar on a Stick, codenamed Blueberry, is getting good reviews.  Well, one good review, anyway.

Still, for a good review, it's quite good indeed.  Chuck Lawton writes the Geek Dad blog for Wired, and his review of Blueberry is delicious. A favorite nugget:

The wider range of activities available are impressive and it’s nice to see the community continuing to develop for the platform. I’ve said earlier that opening Sugar to hardware outside OLPC’s XO-1 is a smart move. And while OLPC continues their efforts improving the hardware in the upcoming XO-1.5 release and continues to learn how to navigate the international educational market, Sugar is clearly no longer tied to OLPC’s success or failure.

Sugar is easy to use, easy to try, and it continues to mature with the help of an ever-broadening community. Go taste the blueberries for yourself.

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Greg DeKoenigsberg is the Vice President of Community for Ansible, where he leads the company's relationship with the broader open source community. Greg brings to Ansible over a decade of open source product and community leadership, with the majority of this time spent building and leading communities for open source leader Red Hat. While at Red Hat, Greg served in various community leadership roles, including senior community architect, leader of the Fedora project, chair of the first

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