Since we got a devroom Sunday from 9-12, we could as well do a meet-up.
We could meet up when our devroom closes (in front of it) to have
something to eat/drink.
What do you say? Reply here when attending, I'll be there :-)
Since this is a mailinglist about openmoko's «free»runner, I think it's
normal to assume everyone on this mailinglist understands the idea
behind the free philosophy.
On Tue, 2010-01-05 at 16:09 +0100, Viktor Lindberg wrote:
On Tue, Jan 05, 2010 at 01:21:50PM +0100, arne anka wrote:
Any chance this could work?
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My moko got lost. Whether it got stolen or whether it just fell out of
my pocket, I have no idea. Today I felt pretty sad and I had some time
to think about things every distribution should have just to make sure
someone will not slam his head against the wall, repetitively, again and
We're sorry to bring you bad news, but your developer room request
for FOSDEM 2010 on behalf of the openmoko project has not
We realize that this must be disappointing news, but unfortunately we
don't have a sufficient number of rooms to our
Thanks for the update. Do you have an ipk/opk file yet? On your website
it says version 0.9.5. On my moko though, I got 0.9.7-r2 installed.
Someone for SHR-u should update the repo to 0.9.8 asap? Thanks :)
On Mon, 2009-11-02 at 08:06 +0100, Marcus Bauer wrote:
I made a small (demo) script which asks for a string on a commandline,
matches that string with a youtube video, and will play that video using
mplayer. Framerate is not that high, but both video and sound are
Please take a look here: http://code.google.com/p/oywl/
Alright! Good one Sean co! Even people I've never talked about
openmoko to about, have heard the news.
Any reactions from openmoko (Sean or anyone else?) on the success?
I hope openmoko does not see this as a victory, but as a new start for a
healthy company and a door for new (open/free)
Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February 2010 there is another FOSDEM. We
(openmoko-community) haven't been to FOSDEM lately (correct me if I'm
wrong) and that got to change. What about having our own devroom and
give a sign to the world this community has not died since all what
is there a mplayer build for moko available that can handle the rtsp
protocol? My ubuntu mplayer (MPlayer 1.0rc2-4.3.3) does the trick, but
not the latest shr unstable mplayer (MPlayer 1.0rc2-4.1.2).
Many applications (such as elmdentica, intone, ...) need the
-ver-svn-02.so.0 version of the libs, so I just link them. Should tis
not be automatically integrated into SHR?
Just to help people cursing on the type-work I generated this using
emacs ;) (I finally start to get the hang of
openmoko-life seems so much easier with a guitarplayer's thumbnail ^^
On Sat, 2009-10-10 at 17:24 +1100, Michael Smith wrote:
I have created two keyboard layouts for the illume keyboard. They are
available from this repository:
I like your ideas too and I'd like to share my possible future project
An openmoko distribution which uses FSO. The interface is just a shell
with on top of it a transparent keyboard (something like the
You can dail like this:
I've been testing it too. Though, I lack add this number to your
contacts buttons. For instance when you just messaged a friend, there is
no way of adding him to your contacts.
Good app though! Very promising, I'm shocked I like qt that much ;)
On Thu, 2009-07-30 at 07:57 +0200,
On Thu, 2009-07-30 at 00:33 +0800, Wolfgang Spraul wrote:
Mickey, Stefan, Daniel and Jan,
I wish you all the best, both from a free software and business perspective
it's so important to avoid the mobile Android monoculture :-)
Way to go FSO, we will do what we can to
Michael Trimarchi, aka Panicking, released a new image for the cupcake
version of android (1.5). Anyone into testing?
quote from the koolu mailing list:
I start again working on android porting on freerunner.
I have a new image, and I will
I never heard of this before. Anyone tried it yet? Is this a cupcake
release (I just got used to the great soft keyboard in android 1.5!)?
Is there somewhere a working/not working list available?
I've been looking into the Remoko project (and I like it very much,
thanks Valerio) But it doesn't seem to support buttons like 'play' or
'previous'. Gnome uses 0xa2 to play/pause, 0xa4 to stop, etc... I tried
putting those codes manually into the config file, but didn't work. Any
idea how to
I installed FDOM but I'm not quite satisfied:
udhcpc (v1.9.1) started
run-parts: /etc/udhcpc.d/99avahi-autoipd exited with return code 1
No lease, failing
(I haven't been able to get an IP-address from my AP)
especially for a gameboy environment.
I assume you got the matchbox keyboard installed:
#script to load a gb(c)
#Made by Pieter Colpaert
matchbox-keyboard /dev/null 21
#cd to the gnuboy path:
#pg.gbc is the game
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