around their products. How did they do it? Ubuntu's
community didn't happen by accident, it happened by design.
On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 5:28 AM, David Garabana Barro
On Thursday 11 December 2008 10:55:35 arne anka wrote:
sorry, but i fail
In general however I think Openmoko is starting to do better with
communication, Paroli being a notable exception. I'm still very
excited about the direction the platform is taking. FSO is a very
good idea, and one day Openmoko phones will kick ass (as phones! :)
controlled by me, but it seems to me that here 2 things are mixed that
simply are unrelated and I am being judged based on a conversation log(!)
and deemed unfriendly and what not.
Jeremy McNaughton wrote:
I've got to agree that some more communication about Paroli would be a
reduced a lot of barriers to
phone development, potentially allowing the kind of garage workshop
innovations that led companies like Hewlett Packard or Apple.
Facilitating the community and that kind of development just lowered
one more barrier.
Well, that's my 2 cents.
On Sat, Jun 6, 2009 at 12:42 PM, Jon 'maddog' Hallmad...@li.org wrote:
I understand that there has been a discussion on this list about having
a foundation that would represent the community of Openmoko.
Fifteen years ago Linux International was created to provide services
On Sat, Jun 6, 2009 at 6:23 AM, Werner Almesbergerwer...@openmoko.org wrote:
You can view the situation also as an opportunity to change some
of the structure of the project. Openmoko Inc. had certain
constraints due to the way it was conceived. Some of them looked
good at the beginning but
On Sun, Jun 7, 2009 at 1:49 PM, swap38swa...@openmoko-fr.org wrote:
good news :-)
Like jeremy I'm not enough skilled to contribute in code and I'm
probably less skilled than him in management.
But I want to help as much as I can.
There's 2 solutions for a foundation :
1 - create a brand
It's all very general and abstract right now.
Please (of course) feel free to change it up and expand where you see fit.
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On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 10:31 AM, Werner Almesbergerwer...@openmoko.org wrote:
Jeremy McNaughton wrote:
Scope: What will our mission statement be? Is the foundation just
to support the gta02-core project,
Just a quick remark: please don't concentrate too much on
gta02-core when planning
I've started a (very rough) draft charter for the community
organization on the wiki here:
With a little help this could eventually become our charter for a
sub-group of Linux International.
The stuff I've written there are all just
On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 11:46 PM, Kosak...@piradio.org wrote:
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I'm not sure if I can share this, but I KNOW what it is :)
Sometime ago I clicked on the right (or wrong) place and I found images
and even a video about it. I promissed Wolfgang I
That's great news. It sounds like you're not giving up on something
you love, so good for you!
I guess we'll find out once you make more announcements and get your
website up, but I'm curious how this impacts the need for the
community to create an organization. It sounds like a
sudo ip addr add 192.168.0.200/24 dev usb0
sudo ip link set usb0 up
sudo ssh r...@192.168.0.200
I do this and then it asks me for a password. According to the wiki the
default password is blank so i don't enter anything and it say Permission
Denied, please try again.
Since getting my phone back from being buzz-fixed (thanks SDG!) I've
been using Om2009-unstable as my daily phone with no problems.
Now that I'm using my phone more regularly, I started looking around
for a calendar.
Unfortunately I can't seem to find a calendar in the
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