[ohm] OHM vs. PPM
rob.taylor at codethink.co.uk
Fri May 2 03:13:23 PDT 2008
Richard Hughes wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-05-01 at 20:01 +0200, Holger Macht wrote:
>> This might sound strange, using an architecture created for embedded
>> devices, for servers. But those two systems have more in common than
>> one might think of. For embedded, at least AFAIK, you can consider the
>> one session you have as system session. There's nothing like a decent
>> desktop session. For server systems without a desktop, you also have
>> only this one system level.
> Sure. OHM was designed super small, quick, and per-system for a reason -
> I'm against the change making it per-session. OLPC needs a per-system
> solution, and won't be doing this in the session at all.
Hey Richard! It'd be good if you could go over the reasons for system
level, and also how you see things fitting in with g-p-m.
Personally, I'm not invested in a particular way forward, I just want a
plan that works well for desktop and embedded :)
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