Ubuntu Linux utilise Croquet

(Via The Weekly Squeak) Mark Shuttleworth, milionnaire, cosmonaute et fondateur de la distribution Linux Ubuntu indique dans une récente interview au magazine Economist comment sa société (qui diffuse Ubuntu) utilise Croquet, l’environnement immersif 3D écrit avec Squeak pour coordonner les versions d’Ubuntu.

Voila la partie de l’article où il parle de cela :

One area where he sees this happening is in real-time collaboration. E-mail is widely used as a collaborative tool, but has severe limitations. When a team, such as a group of software developers, wants to work together on something in real time, something more elaborate is needed. Mr Shuttleworth points to an open-source platform called Croquet, an immersive environment that is similar in many ways to Second Life, a popular online virtual world. “You can see your collaborators’ avatars looking at a spreadsheet in a virtual room,” he says. “People change things in different colours—newer stuff glows. We’ve started to use this for planning and building Ubuntu.”

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