Not many days ago, we mentioned ZDNet's interview with Nicholas Negroponte, in which Negroponte had some harsh things to say
and its connection to the slower-than-hoped uptake of the XO. Ivan Krstic
(formerly head of the OLPC's security innovative subsystem) responded to Negroponte's claims
, which he says are "nonsense." Among other things, he mentions that Sugar "was the name for the new learning-oriented graphical interface that OLPC was building, but it was also the name for the entire XO operating system, one tiny part of which was Sugar the GUI, and the rest of which was mostly Fedora Linux."