On Sunday 18 December 2011 23:53:07 Tiago Bortoletto Vaz wrote: > I'd like to see a voip client working for qtmoko. I've tested yate-qt4 > (http://packages.debian.org/sid/yate-qt4) and it seems to work well.
It looks nice. It would be also nice to fix the builtin voip client. IIRC it somehow worked (with some workaround for sound). > I'm a bit confused about where I should report issues for qtmoko. > There's a bug tracking system in github with 2 closed issues. There's a > more active one available at sf.net. The one sourceforge is currently the right one. But maybe we could use the one on github in future - it makes sense to have code+bugs at one place. > Also, it would be nice if the project had an open wikipage for such > things (e.g. a wishlist of apps to be ported and their current status). > What do you think about migrating all the stuff to github? I'm here to > help you on this, including migrating issues, wiki contents and doing > some QA work. I think you can use http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/qtmoko/index.php?title=Main_Page for wiki. But i have no problem with moving stuff from sourceforge to github if i dont have to do it myself ;-) If you want to do it, please let me know - i can try to give you accounts if needed. I would like to keep sourceforge for downloads and web though. Downloads are really nice on SF, and web because qtmoko.org directs to qtmoko.sourceforge.net Regards Radek _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community