Sean Moss-Pultz sean at
Wed Oct 14 02:00:08 CEST 2009

On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 4:38 AM, Risto H. Kurppa <risto at> wrote:
> tells us:
> The project's goal is to provide a bunch of software:
>    * a set of bootloaders which load a small kernel image from SD
> card and execute it.
>    * wiki-lib, a library which contains all the application's logic
>    * gui-lib, a very thin layer to provide glyph rendering and font
> file parsing
>    * some simulators (Qt/Cocoa/ncurses) which emulate the hardware to
> make development easy
>    * the 'kernel' code which is only a small wrapper around the
> hardware and uses wiki-lib and gui-lib
>    * host based tools to generate the content from Wikipedia sources
> (indexing, font file generation, ...)
> Especially I'm interested in the first one - the kernel image is
> loaded from SD -> to me it sound's like a hackable device.

That's not the same project guys. We'll post everything later this
week. I'll make an announcement.


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