are using osm by now...
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Betreff: Re: data collection for GSM coverage mape is COOL idea
How does synaptics handle this? When I look at the output my touchpad does, I
can see X Y Fingers Values... Maybe we could look into this code and see how
they do detect the amount of fingers? Dunno whether they work nearly the same,
but I believe this could maybe point us into the right
) were scrolled on the screen in big sized font. (Maybe a
confirmation: Press AUX to view new message(s))
So, you (or your friends in the car) may read what you got and thus you can
drive without being disturbed by incoming messages.
(Sorry if there are any mistakes in my text, but this
is written lying in the bed using an ipod touch...
PLEASE let the Freerunner be better than this!)
Brandon Kruse wrote:
What do you guys think? Definitely taking the
freerunner into a
I personally really like this idea and I'd be glad to test your plugin :) It'd
fit fine into my NetBeans. Finally it'll get a use besides being abused for
Testing on Kubuntu Hardy 8.04 Mac OS X 10.5.2 if you want.
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Not sure if you are really interested in this results, but this is running
measure on Mac OS X 10.5 (also using Cacao):
mbp:foff$ java -jar yama.jar measure
process load binary file N 1000 takes: 744 millis
process transform to earth coordinates - N 1000 takes: 661 millis
itself, but before buying one
I'd really like to test OpenMoko using other ways than QEMU.
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do like this idea, but I think it's too hard to implent... (I'm
on a Macbook Pro with motion sensors, and it's nearly impossible to detect
whether it's been moved or shaken...)
Am Sonntag 07 Oktober 2007 18:32:26 schrieb Mikkel Meyer Andersen:
sudo dfu-util ...
and enter you password when promted :-)
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This is my first entry after receiving my OpenMoko kit this friday. This
is also my first time using a
, if enough users buy and use the phone.
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If needed, I'm going to translate the GUI in
german. I think a page in the wiki (when avaliable)
showing the translation-process would be great,
so you can checkout what isn't done by now.
A question, related to translations:
Will translations handled like they are
in Opie? (A package you can
Am Samstag, 27. Januar 2007 schrieb Oleg L. Sverdlov:
What software is planned on desktop side? If any.
Well, even if there will be no desktop-software, specially for the Neo,
I think it'll support serveral protocols for syncing (for example
syncml). So its not a problem to sync with any
Well, but what about any free-lessons?
I know your problem very well, being a student myself.
I tried to solve it like you did, coding an application which
selects - depending on the cell-id my phone supplies - the
right profile. But I often get calls in times we have no school.
The phone just
Am Freitag, 12. Januar 2007 00:01 schrieb Sean Moss-Pultz:
If there's enough interest, it might be cool to just sell the mapping data
and see if we can support an open source mapping engineer. Is this something
people would pay for?
Of course they would do so.
Everybody who's paying
Robert Michel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I'm looking forward to have a phone that I can charge
just with a given USB port - but it would be great,
when the phone would work or charge even with a
(quite) dead battery.
Well, that'd be also great for changing the SD-card...
I just wonder how people
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