Re: GTA02 Battery Capacity (Was: Re: More about the GTA02)

2008-02-15 Thread Andy Green
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Somebody in the thread at some point said: Am Fr 15. Februar 2008 schrieb Andy Green: Still for quite a few embedded tasks I2C or LVTTL UART -- let's not forget USB OTG 12Mbps host from the mini USB B connector -- will be enough to make a

Re: topic for next community update [was Community Update Wed Feb 13 2008]

2008-02-15 Thread Jay Vaughan
For apps, personally (ie, this is just my opinion) I think its fine if we target providing solid very minmal apps initially, again we can point at the memory on the device (it is stacked with memory), the standard X and libs provided, and its upgradability with package granularity to

Re: GTA02 Battery Capacity (Was: Re: More about the GTA02)

2008-02-15 Thread Bradley Hook
How much juice does the display eat up when it's active? I assume it's a considerable amount. Could we have the ability to drop the phone into a minimalist mode, where all the fluff is disabled but bare-basic features continue to work? For example, kill the wifi, GPS, bluetooth, and even the

Re: GTA02 Battery Capacity (Was: Re: More about the GTA02)

2008-02-15 Thread Michael Shiloh
Hi Bradley, This is all being discussed extensively on the kernel mailing list (ML). Yes, there will be ways to reduce consumption by turning off unnecessary stuff. There are multiple levels of suspension, each with a range of components turned on or turned off. Of course once the structure

Re: proprietary firmware

2008-02-15 Thread joerg
Am Fr 15. Februar 2008 schrieb Brandon Kruse: In that case it is not an open phone or platform. It's a philosophical question, where open has it's limits. E.g. you probably consider a plain vanilla x86 GNU/linux desktop system to be pretty much true open. However i guess you have no idea at

Request for assistance: Need a wiki page for buying and selling GTA01

2008-02-15 Thread Michael Shiloh
Hi Community, I need your help. Having completely sold out of GTA01, we are still getting a large number of requests for them. On the other hand, many of you intend to purchase a GTA02 and perhaps feel you have no use for your GTA01. Some of you might have other reasons to sell your

Re: proprietary firmware

2008-02-15 Thread Brandon Kruse
In that case it is not an open phone or platform. It is well worth the investigation to go fully open somehow IMO. But I guess we could be like olpc and have a MOSTLY open platform (wifi chip is not, as you could have guessed) Brandon Kruse (bkruse) On Feb

Re: Request for assistance: Need a wiki page for buying and selling GTA01

2008-02-15 Thread andy selby
Why not just have a wiki page with a link to ebay.com so buyers and sellers have a degree of protection when trading?. ___ OpenMoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Request for assistance: Need a wiki page for buying and selling GTA01

2008-02-15 Thread Brandon Kruse
I am down, and do not think anyone will abuse this here. I am worried that scams might go on and how to protect this (escrow is a good option) With that regard, it would be great for people that have 01's to put that cash towards an 02. Brandon Kruse

Re: proprietary firmware

2008-02-15 Thread Brandon Kruse
On Feb 15, 2008, at 3:49 PM, joerg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Am Fr 15. Februar 2008 schrieb Brandon Kruse: In that case it is not an open phone or platform. It's a philosophical question, where open has it's limits. E.g. you probably consider a plain vanilla x86 GNU/linux desktop system to

Unable to find repository location

2008-02-15 Thread M Nader
Hi, I am trying to build openmoko using the MokoMakefile I get that error: svn: Unable to find repository location for 'http://svn.openmoko.org/branches/src/target/kernel/2.6.24.x/config' in revision 3801 So I tried : svn co -r 3801

PS3 Logitech Wireless Keyboard and Moko

2008-02-15 Thread Christopher Earl
I bought a PS3 wireless keyboard, this BTKB has a mouse pad and buttons, its a full qwerty keyboard. This Works Great with the GTA01, the mouse pad even works, only issue is that it has a timeout that causes moko to disconnect , which i will fix with a script. just thought I would let everyone

Can't power on my neo1973

2008-02-15 Thread ian chu
hello~ I have the problem that sometimes I can not power on my neo1973. I use the usb to charge it, but it seems no response that I could not make sure the charging works. Even after usb-charging about 20 mins, sometimes I still can not power on it. Is it broken? what problem does my openmoko

Re: Can't power on my neo1973

2008-02-15 Thread Christopher Earl
Ian, There is a good possibility that your neo is in deep discharge. Plug it into the USB port and let it charge a couple hours, then try and boot it, dont press the power before at least an hour, if you have pressed the power button, remove the battery for 5 seconds and replace it,

Re: proprietary firmware

2008-02-15 Thread Mikhail Umorin
On Friday February 15 2008 13:54:27 Brandon Kruse wrote: In that case it is not an open phone or platform. It is well worth the investigation to go fully open somehow IMO. But I guess we could be like olpc and have a MOSTLY open platform (wifi chip is not, as you could have guessed)