Last Friday, I received a special machine: the famous OLPC XO-2. A really neat machine. I have tested in a crowded wireless network areas, it work well except some occasional slowdown. Even my mother and sister were impressed and pleased to touch it. So far, the feedback is good. Currently, I have updated to the latest firmware and build 385. Unfortunately, the X session won't boot at all. Guess I will wait for the next build to better support the newest firmware which now allow suspend/resume.
According to this Press Release via OS News , it appears Sun Microsystems allow the redistribution of their Java development for Linux distributions under a new license called Operation System Distributor's License for Java or in short "Distro License for Java". Currently, only binaries are licensed as the source code is not available for the public although SUN promise to open source Java . I wonder if that announcement will affect the whole GCJ on which Fedora Project is focusing. Pour les francophones: Selon cette note de presse via OS News, Sun Microsystems permet la redistribution des binaires Java pour les distribution de Linux sous la nouvelle license nomm&ecaute;e License des distros pour Java . Je me demande si cette annonce affectera le développement de GCJ.