"2. Alan Kay, Kim Rose, and the eToys team spent the week in Cambridge at the OLPC offices. They continue to make rapid progress towards the integration of eToys into the laptop software environment (they also provided useful feedback) and have eToys running on the laptop. IanPiumarta gave the OLPC team an update on his dynamically reconfigurable virtual machine, which may be in the longer term the basis of programming environment for the Laptop, in that it is simple, fast, extremely flexibleand quite eloquent."
Monday, September 18, 2006
More VM news
Looks like Ian Piumarta's new Pepsi and Coke Meta-VM might lift off with the OLPC project. A quote from the OLPC news: