Cool, no i was serious about 22gb.. basically what Tim has made is an actual complete linux VMWare machine image that has the complete dev environment in order to create the APK for Ouya.. yea that's a serious download, but I believe they are looking to make it an amazon web service eventually possibly in the near future so it could be something we could access.. the idea is that with this VM you would then take the project source drop it in a folder. Basically the same as using a service like XDK, CocoonJS or what have you, you're simply doing all of the compiling with a local VM rather than using a web service.
From what I gathered, while less convenient is basically a much truer conversion than going through one of these other services.. https://github.com/ouya/docs/blob/master/construct_2.md
http://126.96.36.199/chromium/ChromiumUbuntu64.tar.gz this is the 22gb linux image for VMWare.. you should be able to use the free version of VMWare to open this machine.. to dcompress it use tar zxvf the.tar.gz in the terminal
Oh and yea basically what he's using is Chromium https://github.com/ouya/docs/blob/master/chromium.md to achieve the good results he's had so far.. but again this all uber-new to me.. I've never used VMWare (I'm fond of Parallels) and I don't mess with Linux, so I'm slow and this is a terrible week for me to get my more pressing work done let alone spend time exploring this, but I will be doing it soon.
I'm very impressed with Tim's ability to help and he's one of the guys who's worked extensively with porting various tech to Ouya so C2 is something he's very familiar with and they are definitely doing their part to help bring all of this to us.. its just not quite 100% polished / documented yet but should be soon.
Also my hope is that if they can really provide us with a clear path to solid Ouya porting, Scirra will step up and perhaps explore what they could do to help offer a real export option that might help the process be smoother and more streamlined.. rather than it continuing to be a kind of hack / fringe platform.