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Created a test iso for ver 0.7 Linux for Open Source Time travel
It took most of the weekend. I made the mistake of using a nightly build
of XaraLx but at least it talks. Are there any other talking Linux?

A key component is the ASQ interface. To enable kinesthetic, auditory and visually centered individuals to participate, a very high degree of AI is required. ASQ tries to gauge the level and potential of a programmer. So an interface with an under two year old will respond with high stimulation to movement, sound and eye focusing. All these elements exist in gaming and future consumer projects.
Between two and four years old a child would be well on its way to understanding how speech and movement manipulate the computer experience/environment. This will become the basis for children's programming potential. Such systems need to be open source to maintain vigilance. Vested interests attempting to direct the interaction for economic, political or religious reasons will be made accountable.
More here

Puppy2 now in Beta

Puppy Linux 1.0.8 beta "Singer" is out along with a second alpha of Puppy+
This is the year of the Dog

Hacking from the future is strictly un-ethical except of course for Archronaughts (Archaeologists involved in past excavation). However as tmxxine is open source such restrictions are less usual. Simple hacking techniques involve cyber appropriation. This involves two components: IP lock on and ghosting. IP lock on is normally done with large secure locations. An entangled quantum cybertap creates a lock on to a past Internet gateway without detection. Such detection is not currently suspected.

read more at  Tmxxine newscast

Never seem to sort out web design at Puppy

. . . we set up a foundation

and a wiki . . .

. . . even German support

and specialised distros . . .

- for graphics

- even videos

. . .I am sure I could search for more . . .

Let's just have a party. Woof woof.

Puppy Linux Foundation is having a developers weekend - using Skype, IRC and PawedCasting

An Alpha2 for developers will be released on 27 April 2005 of Puppy Linux

It will also be the first outing of the new desktop
Also the Puppy Sourcerer source code compiling environment creating the binary packages for your own version

Puppy likes to innovate. We are working on a CD/RW - yep a live CD that saves on the CD/RW. Chubby Puppy merged Open Office with a full operating system that was smaller than the Official Open Office package. We have two package management systems for installing software - easy enough for beginners to create packages. (Installing is easy for sure . . .) Our documentation is included in the distro. More on the wiki were you might find out about Krazy Puppy

New smaller Puppy BareBones 1.0.3∞ released Puppy BareBones is the smaller version 1.0.3 and it is only 39 Meg

Yeah I know be serious - go and download something big

Back to time travel for me

7 Jun 2005 (updated 7 Jun 2005 at 08:02 UTC) »

:) I Love my Puppy. New one out this week. I like my Puppys sleek, small, fast as woosh. What you prefer a Unix legacy dinosaur? Good for you.

Puppy is fun. Loosen your collar . . .

I am part of the Helping Paw service - specially set up to welcome and help new arrivals . . . However we find most Puppys are an independent lot - off chasing butterflies before you know it . . .

Puppy 1.0.3 release candidate by the end of the week

A web based language such as Java, javascript, actionscript (Macromedia flash/shockwave)
A free open source language
An interactive high level scripted language
An AI enhanced language
Standards based on XML
A search engine aware language
A collaberative language
Real time programming
Language and environment template
Drag and drop
that will be ASQ

Started this Peace wiki and am accessing it from Fedora Linux. Adopted Puppy Linux as the official Linux for ozmonaughts.

Have to evaluate the following languages for ASQ

# Whirl ( # Groovy ( # Spry ( # DotGNU ( # BOO

Maybe I will have to format this properly

maybe not . . .

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