EMTEC, manufacturer of the innovative Gdium Liberty 1000, announces the “One Laptop Per Hacker Program” and opens its development process to the community.
Booting on a USB key, the Gdium Liberty 1000 runs Mandriva G-Linux, a Gnu/Linux edition optimized for MIPS processors with a simplified human interface, and an online/offline integration framework.
We invite Developers, Contributors, Human Interface Designers, Graphical Artists, Sound Designers, Project Leaders, Translators, Hardware tinkerer and in general any Free Software Minded Innovators to join the “One Laptop Per Hacker” program (OLPH).
Be among the first to get your hands on a Gdium Liberty 1000 at a low cost, early access price. Share knowledge and get fast access to the Core Gdium Developer Team, and the members of the Gdium Foundation.
You can join the “OLPH” program either as a “friend”, in which case you will get free access to the Gdium.com website, to the Gdium bug tracker, feature forum, newsletter, …
Or you can submit a project and, if selected and after approval of the "OLPH" charter, you will be able to acquire for 250€ (VAT included) an “early release, signed edition” of the Gdium Liberty 1000 with two G-keys, one loaded with the standard environment, and one loaded with the full developer kit.
You can get all the details of the program by visiting “http://olph.gdium.com“