During the last week of February, I spent three days in Brussels, for the FOSDEM event. This is the biggest european meeting about free and open source software and it was the second time I went there (the first one was in 2005). The first track I had the chance to see, and not the least, was about the project One Laptop Per Child (known as OLPC). A project which has the ambition to propose a laptop for each child in the development world. The cost, 100$ per computer, would be paid by countries, societies and international organizations. A huge project in fact, because the product is not only seen as a way to make profit (for the campanies involved), but has for aim to provide a tool "desgned for learning learning". By this way, it might be able for them to get the knowledge to develop themself.