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=Current Projects=
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[http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/School_Server/RIT schoolserver.rit.edu]
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==Summary of School Server Fall 2009 Seminar Project==
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The XO school Server, or XS, is one of the products of the OLPC project, designed to complement the XO laptop. It is a Linux-based OS (a Fedora-based distribution) engineered to be installed on generic low-end servers. When we deploy one laptop per child, we must also provide additional infrastructure extending the capabilities of the laptops. While the laptops are self-sufficient for many learning activities, other activities and services depend on the School Server providing connectivity, shared resources and services. Services, tools and activities running on the School Server allow asynchronous interaction, can use larger storage capacity, and take advantage of the processing power of the XS.
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===Current Additions in development===
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# Create an ebook reader server/client system
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#* <font color="red">Status:</font>  currently under way
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==Projects involved in==
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[http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Math4Team/RIT Math4Team at RIT]
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[http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Math4Team/RIT/Projects RIT running projects]
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[http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/RIT/Honors_Seminar RIT Honors Seminar]
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==Students and Peers==
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[http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Math4Team/RIT/Students RIT Fall 2009 Students]
  
 
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Current Projects

schoolserver.rit.edu



Summary of School Server Fall 2009 Seminar Project

The XO school Server, or XS, is one of the products of the OLPC project, designed to complement the XO laptop. It is a Linux-based OS (a Fedora-based distribution) engineered to be installed on generic low-end servers. When we deploy one laptop per child, we must also provide additional infrastructure extending the capabilities of the laptops. While the laptops are self-sufficient for many learning activities, other activities and services depend on the School Server providing connectivity, shared resources and services. Services, tools and activities running on the School Server allow asynchronous interaction, can use larger storage capacity, and take advantage of the processing power of the XS.

Current Additions in development

  1. Create an ebook reader server/client system
    • Status: currently under way


Projects involved in

Math4Team at RIT
RIT running projects
RIT Honors Seminar

Students and Peers

RIT Fall 2009 Students


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Personal Information
Name: Ryan Nolette
Graduation: February 2010
Major: Information Security and Forensics
School: Rochester Institute of Technology
RIT-Email: rjn0910@rit.edu
IRC Handle: rnolette