This probably is, more than anything else, simply an indication of how little I’ve been following the Squeak community lately, but I was extremely happy to discover that Squeak will be on the OLPC. The concentration appears to be on eToys, an extension of Morphic that allows kids (and, with considerably more effort, adults) to make interactive graphics without writing code. If you’re interested, Google Video hosts a great video of Alan Kay demonstrating various Squeak technologies, including eToys and Croquet, that will give you an idea of how powerful a tool these kids are going to have. Another video that I think is a great watch is Squeak in Extremadura, which shows how schoolchildren in Argentina are using Squeak and eToys in their computing courses, and gives a good idea how Squeak can be integrated into a school curriculum.