Re: LED notification

2008-10-10 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/10/9 Andy Green [EMAIL PROTECTED] Robert Norton wrote: 2008/10/9 Robin Paulson [EMAIL PROTECTED]: the main cpu is suspended, like in the neo, but the power management unit is not I'm sure I recently read a datasheet for a PMU which supported various flash patterns for LEDs even

Re: LED notification

2008-10-11 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/10/11 Andy Green [EMAIL PROTECTED] Well you can simply wake and do event type actions like vibrate and flash LEDs then, the stimulus you are responding to like incoming call will be a CPU wake event so that lot will work. What can't be done (because of a completely Linux-centric POV in

Re: LED notification

2008-10-12 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/10/12 Kishore [EMAIL PROTECTED] In addition, i would recommend a look a look at multimedia functions. If the device were to play music (mp3) if there were ways to be more power efficient. Good point. Am I right in thinking that there was a point during the development of Sony-Ericsson's

Re: Introducing http://www.opkg.org

2008-10-12 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/10/12 Tobias Kündig [EMAIL PROTECTED] I'm proud to announce my newest project: http://www.opkg.org That's a really neat site already. Kudos! Sam ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

Re: [Om2008.9] Using Freerunner as a digital audio player

2008-10-13 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/10/13 [EMAIL PROTECTED] I was *very* disapointed when I discovered the audio quality via headphones:in IRC they told me that it was because the capacitor(that is between headphone out and the sound card)'s value was too low and acted as a filter... As I am too afraid of breaking the

Re: Android open sourced

2008-10-21 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/10/21 Cédric Berger [EMAIL PROTECTED] time to port to Neo ! I'm going to be watching this with interest! ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Android open sourced

2008-10-21 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/10/21 The Rasterman Carsten Haitzler [EMAIL PROTECTED] you'd probably need to port androids display system to run under x11. ie a android window/surface == x11 window. also emulate any other things via icccm/netwm etc. this would actually be cool. you can run any desktop you like

Re: General GPS Question

2008-10-30 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/10/30 Matthias Camenzind [EMAIL PROTECTED] This would be nice if you go on a mountain and you are standing in front of a signpost (google translated) with meters over Sea value Or if you have an altimeter with you. ___ Openmoko community

Re: General GPS Question

2008-10-31 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/10/31 Stroller [EMAIL PROTECTED] Seriously, altimeter chips have been mentioned on this list in the past, when proposals have been made for including an altimeter. But an altimeter is unlikely to reach a production Openmoko phone because the demand is too small. I wasn't proposing that

Re: DOOM For Neo Freerunner / 1973

2008-11-02 Thread Sam Kuper
Quote from website: WIFI Multiplayer Holodeck style Deathmatch That is potentially so, so thoroughly awesome and hilarious! Better have a nice open field to play it in, though - could end up running into trees otherwise :D PS. Would beat WiiFit any day (... er, except possibly rainy days!).

Re: RESEND(Wrong Thread): IMAGE/MP3 licensing issue.

2008-11-12 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/11/12 Rui Miguel Silva Seabra [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 01:23:19PM +, Thomas White wrote: On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 20:15:44 +0800 Ray Chao [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We are sorry that currently we have to remove all the images on the download server of Openmoko.

Re: [android] copy paste

2008-11-13 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/11/13 Cédric Berger [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi, Is it possible to copy/paste in Android ? On my G1, some applications permit cut/copy/paste, but only - as far as I can tell, within the app :( If yes, is it possible do do it without keyboard ? The UI varies with the app. Some use the

Re: Funding Global Domination Mk II The Console

2008-12-09 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/12/10 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Potentially there could be some affiliation as I don't believe there is any specific 'OpenWRT' router. Mm the OpenmokoWRT *drool* I may be veering OT here, but Buffalo sell/sold a router with DDWRT pre-loaded. ___

Re: OpenVibe is out

2008-12-16 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/12/16 Olivier Migeot larry...@gmail.com Margo Koppelmann wrote: It would be cool, if it had a web interface so I could control it from my computer over WIFI. GPRS, dude. So you can control it from _everywhere_ ;) Wow, this is like becoming

Re: No more optimization team

2008-12-17 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/12/10 t m ttb.1...@gmail.com The goal of the optimization team was getting us a workable phone. I've installed the testing version yesterday and run into a lot of issues (echo, buzz, not able to wake up) I love the idea of this phone, the openness, the capabilities, but my patience has

Re: Stage of GTA03 development?

2008-12-18 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/12/18 Justyn Butler justynbutler+openm...@googlemail.com: 2008/12/18 The Rasterman Carsten Haitzler ras...@rasterman.com: On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 15:08:09 +0100 Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller h...@computer.org babbled: i'm taking usage pattern into account - and when i'm @ wifi.. i also have a

Re: Graphical text editor ?

2008-12-19 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/12/19 kimaidou kimai...@gmail.com I am using my freerunner with a keyboard connected via USB. When I want to create/modify a text document, I use nano or vi. It works great (fast, low cpu-usage) but It lacks some funcionnalities I am looking for : * Wrap text at the end of line * Line

Re: Graphical text editor ?

2008-12-20 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/12/20 kimaidou kimai...@gmail.com: Thanks for your reply. I am currently using SHR, and a opkg update + opkg install gvim did not work. Where can I find the gvim package please ? Hmm, I don't have a Freerunner myself (yet), but I do use Debian on other machines. It's definitely possible to

Re: Pulster offer - Freerunner 299 eur

2008-12-29 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/12/29 Christoph Pulster openm...@pulster.de: - we are offering Openmoko Freerunner units now for 299 eur. This is AFAIK best price worldwide. GroupSales 10 units = 279 eur/each Besides me, is there anyone on the list in/near Cambridge or London (UK) who would like to be part of a bulk

Re: Pulster offer - Freerunner 299 eur (Sam Kuper)

2008-12-29 Thread Sam Kuper
2008/12/29 Anthony Clearn acle...@yahoo.co.uk: [Sam Kuper wrote: ] If so, please could you post to the list (or to me directly, if you prefer, in which case I won't announce your name)? If we can get ten buyers, we could all save a bit of money... Hi, have you checked here? http

Re: Buying a FrogPad in the UK

2009-01-04 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/1/4 Thomas White ta...@cam.ac.uk: I'm interested in buying a FrogPad keyboard to use with my FreeRunner, Whoa, that's a nifty keyboard! I'm in Cambridge too, and would love to see your FrogPad in action if you can get hold of one. I'd be very grateful if you'd keep me posted (on or off

Re: Buying a FrogPad in the UK

2009-01-04 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/1/5 Thomas White ta...@cam.ac.uk Will do. Watch out for the next Cambridge OM pubmeet as well. Thanks. Is there a separate mailing list/etc over which the pubmeet will be arranged? Cheers, Sam ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: Strength int to bar conversion

2009-01-05 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/1/5 The Rasterman Carsten Haitzler ras...@rasterman.com why take something with high accuracy and make it nice an inaccurate by reducing its resolution to basically 5 levels? For simplicity, for unobtrusiveness, and for conformity with standard phone UI practice, I'd guess. The typical

Re: [hackable1] Working mouse out of the box

2009-01-08 Thread Sam Kuper
I need to check how much mA does it takes, any ideas how can I do that? Connect an ammeter inline with either the positive or the negative rail? ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

Re: Pulster fixe(s) and rework (was: Re: buzz fix)

2009-01-11 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/1/11 Alexandre Ghisoli a...@ghisoli.ch: Yes, hardware fixes (rework) made by resellers would be great. By fixes, I mean : * GPS - SDIO fix (add a capacitor if I remember correctly) * Add a GSM IR resistor for deep sleep * Change the led transistor power hungry stuff * fix the GSM buzz

Re: New Mailing List- Testing

2009-01-11 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/1/12 jida...@jidanni.org: s == sushama sush...@openmoko.com writes: s Its my pleasure to announce this new mailing list 'Testing'. s http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/testing All I know is several openmoko lists have been on and off or changed around and gmane.org has had a

Re: Spam

2009-01-28 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/1/28 Jan Henkins j...@henkins.za.net So what I suggest is that the list administrators obfuscate list members' addresses even more. MailMan's Pipermail archiver can do this if properly set up. Adding ReCAPTCHA's mailhide[1] might improve this further. [1] http://mailhide.recaptcha.net/

Re: Someone stole my Neo Freerunner... :(

2009-01-28 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/1/28 arne anka openm...@ginguppin.de: i still think, all these ideas to make the thief repent ... uh ... return the phone or track it, are rather pipe dreams -- but anyway ... Locked WinMo devices optionally display a message (e.g. for contact/reward details), in addition to the keypad for

Re: Don't like unsolicited calls?

2009-02-03 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/2/3 Helge Hafting helge.haft...@hist.no For something more creative, have the phone pretend to answer. It could listen to the sales pitch. When silence is detected, pick from a pool of short .wav files that say random stuff like interesting, tell me more, could you please repeat that?,

Re: microsoft patent with idea's from this list

2009-02-03 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/2/3 Helge Hafting helge.haft...@hist.no: I guess it is possible to overturn that patent, if anyone has a hobby of suing microsoft... Not exactly, but close: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neelie_Kroes ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: microsoft patent with idea's from this list

2009-02-03 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/2/3 Peter Nijs pe...@familienijs.be: On Tuesday 03 February 2009 20:10:08 arne anka wrote: btw: there's one of these foss organisations doing exactly what we want -- looking for prior art and questioning patents. if anybody knows their address, drop 'em a note ... Do you mean this one?

Re: microsoft patent with idea's from this list

2009-02-06 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/2/5 Al Johnson openm...@mazikeen.demon.co.uk: On Thursday 05 February 2009, Helge Hafting wrote: arne anka wrote: (http://v3.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/description?CC=WONR=2009012 344A2KC=A2FT=Ddate=20090122DB=EPODOClocale=en_US) i didn't read it fully, but how does that differ

Re: HTC Dream Developer Edition / T-Mobile G1

2009-02-18 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/2/18 Daniel Benoy dan...@benoy.name If I were to get this I would gladly act as a beta tester. I could also set it up on my network and give developers shell access, if that's what's needed. However, my primary concern if it's actually open, or if it's filled with super secret

Re: Google Summer of Code

2009-03-31 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/3/31 Daniel Willmann dan...@totalueberwachung.de On Wed, 25 Mar 2009 22:22:55 +0100 Yorick Moko yorickm...@gmail.com wrote: i think there is none shr (or fso?) got rejected Both actually. We joined forces with our application and were rejected. Out of interest, did the rejection

Re: Openmoko for blind users?

2009-03-31 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/3/31 Crane, Matthew mcran...@harris.com Seems to me OM would be a good platform to quickly implement something like this on a working phone. http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20127015.700-vibrating-touch-scree

Re: bicycling with OpenMoko

2009-04-28 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/4/26 Robin Paulson robin.paul...@gmail.com it would be very helpful of openmoko, to release any technical docs for the mechanical side of the phone, i.e. the acceleration values it's designed to, so we can make a more scientific assessment of what sort of damping it needs +1

Re: bicycling with OpenMoko

2009-04-28 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/4/28 Joerg Reisenweber jo...@openmoko.org: Am So  26. April 2009 schrieb Robin Paulson: it would be very helpful of openmoko, to release any technical docs for the mechanical side of the phone, i.e. the acceleration values it's designed to, so we can make a more scientific assessment of

Re: OpenMoko and LCD TV

2009-05-05 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/5/5 Marcel tan...@googlemail.com Am Dienstag, 5. Mai 2009 18:38:42 schrieb Mile Davidovic: Yesterday I accidentally put my OM phone near LCD TV (Samsung). SW on OM is QT Extended and when I press power button (to wake up mobile) TV immediately turn off. I tried again and TV

Re: Visit at Openmoko

2009-05-26 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/5/26 Stephen LePage stephen.lep...@gmail.com i'm just a mailiing list lurker who is getting annoyed with the Openmoko is going out of business!!111 that seems to happen monthly, and untill something is proven, i believe we shouldn't start panicking +1 :)

Re: Visit at Openmoko

2009-05-26 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/5/26 William Lai w...@openmoko.com No, I was not being sarcastic. People were saying their 'thank you goodbyes' so I wanted to clarify that we are still here, and there is lots of work to do. I do not know Sven and I never saw him in the office, but he has every right to interpret and

App for remotely controlling jukebox software

2009-06-17 Thread Sam Kuper
Is there any software for the Freerunner that, with minimal tweaking, lets it take the place of the iPhone or iPod Touch in a setup like this?[1] [1] http://www.apple.com/findouthow/mac/#tutorial=wirelessmusic ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: App for remotely controlling jukebox software

2009-06-18 Thread Sam Kuper
I'm looking into SoftSqueeze and SqueezeCenter. Thanks for the pointers! Sam ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: New Open Hardware company

2009-07-20 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/7/20 steven mosher mosherste...@gmail.com A while back Wolfgang mentioned that he and I were starting a new venture. Drop by and say hello. http://www.qi-hardware.com/ Congratulations on the launch of Qi Hardware! First thoughts: the space bar looks a little small.[1] That's a very

Re: New Open Hardware company

2009-08-10 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/7/20 Giovanni pino.o...@gmail.com MIPS is a great architecture and I am sure that it will have a bright future. Looking even brighter already: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/08/06/mips_android_port_open_sourced/ ___ Openmoko community

Re: recommendations for headset or 3.5mm adapter

2009-09-28 Thread Sam Kuper
2009/9/28 Stefan Buschmann s_buschm...@gmx.de So, would it be possible to solder a wire like this? - 1 x 2.5mm to - 2 x 3.5mm (one for standard earphone, one for standard microphone) Yes. ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: posting to a blog vs. this list (was: Re: OT: Where can I meet a female companion with similar interests and personality /in person/?)

2010-01-24 Thread Sam Kuper
Brolin, You're clearly well-meaning, but ... 2010/1/24 Brolin Empey bro...@brolin.be: Fabian Schölzel wrote: On Sunday 24. January 2010 13:38:27, Stefano Cavallari Cavallari wrote: Why does your reply template include the quoted author’s last name twice instead of only once?  Also, you

Re: posting to a blog vs. this list (was: Re: OT: Where can I meet a female companion with similar interests and personality /in person/?)

2010-01-24 Thread Sam Kuper
2010/1/24 arne anka openm...@ginguppin.de what is that ruckus all about? OK Arne, I live approximately 50.5 miles from my parents' house by road, slightly less as the crow flies. How about you? Maybe we should all discuss the distance we live from our parents' houses, if you're so sure this

Re: GNU/Linux Wrist Watch

2010-05-05 Thread Sam Kuper
It isn't quite a watch, and it (probably) doesn't run Linux, but I saw this[1] today and thought, I'd like one of those on my wrist, as long as I don't have to run a ton of proprietary software to read and process the data it captures. [1] http://www.cambridgeconsultants.com/news_pr219.html

FOSS GSM security camera?

2011-02-25 Thread Sam Kuper
Dear all, Does anyone know of an open source (hardware/software/both) GSM security cameras? I.e. a device with at least the following features: * Mains powered. * Includes rechargeable battery to provide uninterruptible power supply for several hours in case of mains failure. * Can be controlled

Re: FOSS GSM security camera?

2011-02-25 Thread Sam Kuper
Dear all, Thanks for the suggestions. Looks like the financial time cost of the available options doesn't justify a FOSS solution for my application right now, so I've stifled a retch and ordered one of the readymade models from eBay :/ Still, I hope my question has prompted some of the hackers