Talk:OLPC Human Interface Guidelines/Design Fundamentals/Key Design Principles

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Activity Ring

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A very early prototype of the Activity Ring, before the crank and all other mechanical rotating parts were eliminated. (details) <G> - Docdtv 16:24, 22 December 2006 (EST)

Just curious, aren't there issues with NAND flash not lasting for more than something on the order of 10^4 write cycles? How did you guys resolve that? By the way, kudos to the team, this just brings "The Diamond Age" by Neal Stephenson to mind. -Wee Kang (weekang@gmail.com)

Usability

Is there any progress in coming up with user groups who can test out new ideas, interfaces and applications?

Perhaps we can setup access to an activity test web site/wiki where we can point users to try out new activities before they are finalized. --Gregorio 13:20, 19 December 2007 (EST)

Security

The Bitfrost specifications say that content filtering lie wholly outside the realm of security on the laptop. This section seems to claim that content filtering *is* part of security. I'm new to the project so I'm not going to edit either one. -- Michael Gundlach

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