Has anyone done any work to display osm tiles with python/edje? I'm working
on a running app and would like to record and display my track. It looks
like it would be pretty easy to display a single tile, but I think displaying
multiple tiles would more difficult.
 just to
than GTK ones; so, I rewrote my app in elementary. After that, the freezes
didn't happen nearly as often.
Last weekend, I was using a GTK based app a fair amount and experienced
On Friday April 16, 2010, Josh Thompson wrote:
I occasionally encounter
. Maybe a script that periodically gathers and saves some
data that can be reviewed after rebooting?
On Wednesday April 14, 2010, Neil Jerram wrote:
I've raised this rather vaguely a couple of times before, and IIRC no
one else said that they see similar problems. This time I'll try
Can you explain how to set up a watchdog daemon? It would also save wear on
the back cover tabs, which I'm more concerned about than the battery contacts.
On Wednesday April 14, 2010, Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote:
Neil Jerram neiljer...@googlemail.com writes:
On Saturday March 06, 2010, Michal Brzozowski wrote:
2010/2/2 Josh Thompson om-c...@joshandbianca.net
I just tested this on another computer, and the USB networking worked
How do I change it to use the usb_storage gadget instead? Previously, I
rmmoded the g_ether gadget
On Tue January 26 2010 2:20:34 am lars poulsen wrote:
I really like the responsiveness of the application. If only it was
not written in python i think flowers would be blooming and spring
would be coming early.
I was rather surprised that it is in python given how responsive it is. I'm
On Mon January 25 2010 6:39:13 pm Denis Johnson wrote:
On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 11:24 AM, Josh Thompson
NIDE is working really well to control MythTV. I had been thinking of
writing something to control it via MythTV's remote control interface.
I just wanted to say thanks to the authors of 3 different applications I have
started using recently.
Podboy is fitting my need extremely well for listening to podcasts. I can't
say how great this app is! :)
NIDE is working really well to control MythTV. I had been thinking of writing
On Friday January 22, 2010, Xavier Cremaschi wrote:
c_c a écrit :
@Xavier Cremaschi - can you tell me what happens? Try running the
browser from the terminal to see if webkit throws up any debug messages.
I see nothing in terminal :
r...@om-gta02 ~ $ browser
db ver 1
I'm converting a small app I wrote in python-gtk to use python-elementary. I
had some buttons where I was using set_use_markup on a button's label to do
things like setting the font color and background. I can't find a way to do
that with python-elementary. Is there a way to do so? If there
On Wednesday June 17, 2009, Brolin Empey wrote:
* textual notes (so I don’t have to keep track of lots of paper notes),
I wrote pynotes:
as a replacement for Palm's
I wrote a very basic imap mail reader (can't compose messages yet) app in
python/GTK. You can find a little more about it here:
It starts with a screen listing all of the configured imap servers. Clicking
on one changes the window to be a
I recently did an upgrade after which I have nothing but the top bar in the
launcher window when using the Icons mode. I can see stuff using
the Slider mode, but find it very difficult to use. I've tried using each
of the different icon sizes, but that didn't help. Removing my .e directory
On Thu January 15 2009 3:06:37 pm Johny Tenfinger wrote:
On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 20:38, Josh Thompson om-c...@joshandbianca.net
Anyone know how to make it show up in SHR?
Check .desktop file if have Keyboard (but i'm not sure that it's
correct name) category, and select
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
On Sunday January 04, 2009, lollisoft wrote:
Another question: Does someone have seen a docking station like item to
place the phone when driving
with navigation. This could also have a built in car charger :-)
I use this this model:
On Thursday January 15, 2009, DJDAS wrote:
arne anka ha scritto:
I use QWO since December and I feel very nice with it, forgot any other
keyboard and dictionariesvery good input method.
what's qwo? the qtopia one?
Nope, look at this: http://www.nongnu.org/qwo/
Welcome to Openmoko community.
On Fri January 9 2009 7:45:25 pm Harry L. Lee wrote:
however I cannot successfully press and hold aux then press power to get to
the boot menu.
i'm pretty creative about solving you only have one hand problems, but i
haven't been able to beat this one.
I've written a few scripts to help manage some things on my Freerunner. I'm
sharing them in case anyone else might find them useful to either use or just
see as a reference for how to code something themselves. One is a very
simple IMAP mail reader program. The rest are a set of scripts
Has anyone tried to find an armband for holding your Freerunner while
exercising? Comparing dimensions to other devices, it seems closest to an
80GB Zune. So, I'm thinking that might work. I realize I'll probably have
to cut at least one hole in it for the headphone jack. Does anyone have a
For anyone else like myself that's not using the debian distro, I was able to
download the debian package files for Midori (armel version) from
to an Ubuntu box, extract them from the deb file
dpkg -x filname.deb extract to dir
create a tarball,
I looked in to compiling it enough to find out it's complicated enough that I
won't have the time to get it done any time soon. I'd love to see it happen
On Monday August 25, 2008, Alasal wrote:
I think it should be great if we could get Fennec (the firefox mobile
I've done this several times with no problems so far.
On Monday August 25, 2008, Fredrik Wendt wrote:
Just wanted to know if I'd damage the hardware by doing:
0. Connect FR to computer using USB cable.
1. Turn on FR (FSO-testing), fire up zhone.
2. Open FR, remove battery, open
On Monday August 04, 2008, Andy Green wrote:
AFAIK in hardware this should be possible -- BT audio comes in on VX
digital interface of WM8753 and there should be a path to get in and out
of that to RXN/P pair and MONO1/2 pair.
So, I found this:
Has there been any progress on the GSM interference issue (bug #883)? As I
understand it, this is the current condition (please correct anything that is
-only some people seem to have a problem with it
-the buzzing is only heard by people on the other end
-it is a hardware issue
Could we get a link to some image files to use for this testing? I'm not
quite sure when Andy's fix made it in the kernel. It would also help
standardize the tests if we all use the same images.
On Mon August 4 2008 7:29:17 pm Michael Shiloh wrote:
Before we conclude that the hardware
Replying to myself here.
I flashed the device with the default image and was able to get things working
again. I did discover that the Please wait part was from openmoko-today
On Fri July 18 2008 4:11:49 pm Josh Thompson wrote:
I cannot seem to get my sd card mounted
I cannot seem to get my sd card mounted. Before using it in my freerunner, I
put it in the adapter and copied some stuff to it using my laptop. I've done
an upgrade on the system today. I never tried it before upgrading. It never
gets mounted anywhere under /media or /mnt. I don't see
Just to follow up - I received a new SIM card with the same specs as my old
one, and it worked fine.
On Thu July 17 2008 2:44:15 pm steve wrote:
New SIM is your best bet.
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I'm sending this just in case there is someone trying to use a FreeRunner with
service from NorthState Communications in North Carolina. They are a
reseller of ATT service. I know they used to own the cell towers in their
area. I'm not sure if they still do.
I can't get my phone to register
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