Connect self-powered USB storage devices?

2007-02-16 Thread Steven **
be connected to the Neo? It's basically a battery powered hard drive! -Steven ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: t-mobile bans user's own apps

2007-02-27 Thread Steven **
if they tried to restrict your data usage. -Steven On 2/27/07, Wolfgang S. Rupprecht [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The part that scares me about the Data Connect is the wording at the top-level data page that includes the phrase Requires usage with a Cingular Wireless PDA.

Re: A new approach to Re: Itch3: Anti-lost/theft protection

2007-02-28 Thread Steven **
be abused. We're treading too closely to the blasphemous idea of trusted computing. -Steven On 2/28/07, Attila Csipa [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A lot of ideas have been written on anti theft protection, but much of it from a geek/user's standpoint, and almost completely forgetting the possible

Re: FOSDEM OpenMoko talk now on

2007-03-01 Thread Steven **
I added the price breakdown from the presentation to the Wiki: -Steven On 2/27/07, Igor Foox [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2/26/07, Rod Whitby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ole Tange wrote: I had hoped there was video coverage of the event. When I

Re: Possible security hole for Dialers/troyan horses

2007-03-01 Thread Steven **
Sounds like Windows Vista. ABC_Trojan has requested to send an SMS message. Allow or Deny? -Steven On 3/1/07, Martin Raißle [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 3/1/07, Krzysztof Kajkowski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: However there might be such attempts to create GSM trojans and we should be aware

Re: Idea: Mass Text Messaging

2007-03-05 Thread Steven **
be integrated into the existing contacts/SMS application pretty easily. -Steven On 3/4/07, Ryan Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I repeatedly find myself in situations similar to this: I am at the mall with my parents and want to know if any of my friends are at the mall. I text individual

Re: Minor query on Wiki? Where was I supposed to send it?

2007-03-11 Thread Steven **
I would post something like that on that page's Discussion/Talk page. -Steven On 3/11/07, Clare Johnstone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I was trying to find an email address for the wiki administrator to send this query (attached), but failed. (If I had wanted to edit the wiki there was help

Re: Can OpenMoko Make Coffee? - SoC Project Proposal

2007-03-19 Thread Steven **
really be useful if the Neo has wifi... Hmm... Maybe I should create that project on -Steven On 3/19/07, Ben Burdette [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think that the Neo1973 is both a phone and a portable handheld device. Using it as a remote control is one of the things I've

Re: Flash Player 9 on OpenMoko?

2007-03-22 Thread Steven **
How does the GPL prevent mp3 and flash video support? -Steven On 3/22/07, Christian F.K. Schaller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Gnash would probably be of no interest to any shipping a commercial product as the GPL license of it will conflict with enabling mp3 and flash video support. swfdec

Re: UI long term development perspective: physics engine

2007-03-22 Thread Steven **
an actual physics engine is overkill. -Steven On 3/22/07, Florent THIERY [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi I know it's not gonna come in the priority list before at least a year (or ever), but if we want to add eye candy (possibly) useability to the UI (such as smooth realistic list scrolling, as seen

Re: OpenMoko at Embedded Systems Conference?

2007-03-27 Thread Steven **
Yah. I was wondering about that. A friend of mine keeps bugging me asking when is it going to be available? I just keep responding end of March. We wait with bated breath. -Steven On 3/27/07, Sean Moss-Pultz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Not at this time. We're all busy trying to get hardware

Re: tomtom on the Neo1973

2007-04-02 Thread Steven **
On 4/2/07, Steven ** [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: According to OSM's wiki ( Step 5), it would be a copyright violation to use Google Maps in any way to fill data into OSM. OSM insists in their guides

Re: tomtom on the Neo1973

2007-04-02 Thread Steven **
, since looking them up after the fact would constitute copyright violation. -Steven On 4/2/07, Jonathon Suggs [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here's an interesting question. What if you constantly logged your position (while driving). Then when you got back home, you could upload all of your data back

Re: built-in scripting languages.

2007-04-03 Thread Steven **
you need an external MicroSD card, but all Neo's come with a 512 MB MicroSD card. Sean mentioned that in the FOSDEM presentation. Also, see -Steven ___ OpenMoko community mailing list community

Re: Facebook OpenMoko Group [SPAM]

2007-04-12 Thread Steven **
Except a lot of us already have accounts on Facebook. I and several others joined the group. And now, every one of my friends will see that I joined this grouped called OpenMoko and be curious as to what it is. Aka free publicity. -Steven On 4/12/07, Bartlomiej Zdanowski AutoGuard Ltd

Re: Anti Iphone (Was Re: Some light ahead...)

2007-04-30 Thread Steven **
, but awesome. -Steven Marty ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: Anti Iphone (Was Re: Some light ahead...)

2007-05-01 Thread Steven **
definitely be awesome though! -Steven On 4/30/07, adrian cockcroft [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Slingbox currently can stream your home video system (including TiVo) to a computer or high speed (3G/WiFi) phone. It works well on laptops, and I've seen it demonstrated on phones and it looks quite good

Re: Always-on networking via GPRS

2007-05-01 Thread Steven **
These seem like very technical questions. Perhaps the devel list would get you better responses? -Steven On 5/1/07, Nuutti Kotivuori [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, One of the first things I'd like to do with my Neo1973 is to configure the GPRS connection to be always on. As I've understood

Re: Size and weight considerations for future Openmoko devices

2007-05-02 Thread Steven **
Quoth your link: All in all, the P3300 features a typical display for a Windows Mobile-powered communicator, which doesn't stand out against the background of its rivals. It's just another Windows PDA/phone. Boring. -Steven On 5/2/07, Marcin Juszkiewicz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dnia środa

Re: First impressions of Neo1973

2007-05-14 Thread Steven **
occurs to me that in an OK/Cancel dialog, OK is always on the left. So again, consistency would suggest leaving it that way. -Steven ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: Few comments after reading Wiki

2007-05-16 Thread Steven **
access, you can accomplish pretty much anything! -Steven ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: Neo1973 Update!

2007-06-04 Thread Steven **
There are two 3D accelerometers according to the talk at Tossug. -Steven On 6/4/07, kkr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If I well understand, three accelerometers are necessary to fully define all phone's movements. Isn't it? So

Re: Design idea....

2007-06-10 Thread Steven **
You should add that to the wiki. Perhaps as part of this: -Steven On 6/10/07, Tim Newsom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok.. before you take my head.. here is an interesting design idea i found online. Idea only.. and yes I realize

Re: Wiimote, I2C Neo

2007-06-11 Thread Steven **
thinking about for this? -Steven On 6/11/07, Florent THIERY [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Data can be read from a wii nunchuck directly into an Arduino, using TWI (aka I2C). In other terms: we could potentially use any Wiimote accessory on a Neo... A nunchunk

Re: Wiimote, I2C Neo

2007-06-11 Thread Steven **
Not unless the Neo has a camera. Don't forget that the Wii remote has one. -Steven On 6/11/07, kenneth marken [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Florent THIERY wrote: In other terms: we could potentially use any Wiimote accessory on a Neo... A nunchunk has a 3 axis accelerometer, joystick

Re: Openness (was RE: Concern for usability and ergonomics)

2007-06-12 Thread Steven **
Seems like is focused on reverse engineering cell phones. Specifically because the company that made those phones wouldn't give them the information. And that's better than FIC how? FIC is giving us the information! How is that bad? -Steven On 6/12/07, Milan Votava [EMAIL

Re: [openmoko-announce] Some light ahead...

2007-06-13 Thread Steven **
Have you already find the MokoMakefile? -Steven On 6/12/07, Ivan -sk8- Chavero [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I want to start developing apps for openmoko but i haven't being able to find any tools for that. i have browsed the wiki, projects

Re: Clarification Rant

2007-06-28 Thread Steven **
Just try eBay when the time comes. Even without wifi, I would think a smartphone with bluetooth, high-res touchscreen, etc going for $150 - $200. -Steven On 6/27/07, Ryan Prior [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 6/6/07, Gabriel Ambuehl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wednesday 06 June 2007 01:12:18

Re: the keyboard on the competition

2007-06-28 Thread Steven **
and be unusable. -Steven ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: the keyboard on the competition

2007-06-28 Thread Steven **
On 6/28/07, Steven ** [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 6/28/07, Peter A Trotter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 28/06/07, Fabien [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 6/28/07, Robin Paulson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: someone on this list had a similar idea for enlarging number keys i think

Re: the keyboard on the competition

2007-06-28 Thread Steven **
Have you seen this page: I think Finger splash may be close to what you're talking about. MessagEase is on there already also. -Steven On 6/28/07, Dylan McCall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Perhaps someone could try building a Messag-ease keyboard

Re: Graphics Accelerator needs matching joystick and keys

2007-06-29 Thread Steven **
Someone has already mentioned on this list about using the Wii Nunchuck. Apparently it will connect to the I2C fairly easily. Search the archives. -Steven On 6/29/07, Tim Newsom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There's also the possibility of adding some kind of attachment to a specially designed

Re: Is it developer-user ready?

2007-07-12 Thread Steven **
to me. Will it make sense once I installed bitbake and the rest of the software? Thank you for your time, Benjamin Check out Or just use the MokoMakefile: -Steven

Re: community Digest, Vol 35, Issue 10

2007-07-12 Thread Steven **
Someone has done the work for you: -Steven On 7/10/07, Chrtistopher Howell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can anyone tell me how much different the hardware will be In Oct for retail release from this current developers release

Re: Hardware question

2007-07-12 Thread Steven **
There's a page on the wiki about this: As you can see, they do have the same amount of RAM. It's the NVRAM that has increased in size. -Steven On 7/12/07, Gabriel Ambuehl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thursday 12 July

Re: FAQ in progress

2007-07-12 Thread Steven **
It is a wiki. You can add any questions you come up with right there. If you receive a response via email, add the answer to the wiki too. -Steven On 7/12/07, Visti Andresen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 22:56:16 +0800 Sean Moss-Pultz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Community

Re: What apps will be included with GTA02 phone?

2007-07-12 Thread Steven **
ready by October. -Steven On 7/10/07, Jonathan Wilson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Given what has been said about the GTA02 phone being targeted at end users, it will (I assume) various apps that end users expect on their phones. Have FIC and the OpenMoko team had any thoughts about what

Re: A little bad press? OpenMoko already facing difficulties?

2007-07-13 Thread Steven **
FIC is still a corporation. I'm sure there are many other software developers on this list that can attest that there's more to software development than coding. I suspect it's the other stuff that is bothering Harold. As far as no phones shipping: we knew they wouldn't ship right away. When

Re: Finally I received another response from OpenMoko Shop

2007-07-15 Thread Steven **
the usage scenarios for me. (I'm thinking of all the ways I would use the Neo1973 while at home) -Steven On 7/15/07, Nick Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 7/15/07, Ben [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 1. I'm not a developer - I'm learning Python, but there isn't even bindings yet

Re: community Digest, Vol 36, Issue 45

2007-07-19 Thread Steven **
. -Steven On 7/19/07, Andy Powell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Have you tried the irc channel #openmoko on ? Andy ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: email vs forum (was Re: OK, the forum is coming..)

2007-07-25 Thread Steven **
delete entire threads based on the subject. I will probably miss valuable information that might have even been relevant to me because of this. Any ideas on how to reduce the traffic or make it more relevant? -Steven On 7/24/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Jul 24, 2007 at 10

Re: email vs forum (was Re: OK, the forum is coming..)

2007-07-25 Thread Steven **
use Gmail. Accept it. Now, if you had a Greasemonkey script that made Gmail thread the messages, that would be acceptable. Thank you, -Steven On 7/25/07, vivek khurana [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 7/25/07, Steven ** [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So, my questions: 1. Is there a way to get Gmail

Re: [Community Tools] Re: Why you won't find me in the forum much

2007-07-26 Thread Steven **
Steven ** [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: There is one possible issue. The moko-gmane users would not want to receive a copy of all messages to the mailing lists. I know you can post messages without being subscribed, but the messages have to be approved. I don't think this will work. So

Re: [Community Tools] Re: Why you won't find me in the forum much

2007-07-26 Thread Steven **
to come from the actual user so that it appears correct to the mailing list users. How do we resolve this? Are there any objections to this idea? Anything else I'm missing? -Steven ___ OpenMoko community mailing list http

Re: Neo1973 Phase 1 sales / order process / misconception

2007-08-07 Thread Steven **
on their desk as they have orders. But they will by the time they get through processing the orders for which they have phones. To summarize: The current delay is not getting phones manufactured. It is dealing with all the orders and status requests they are receiving. No news is good news! -Steven

Re: VMWare-Image (again)

2007-08-11 Thread Steven **
Eric's VMWare image is available for download at: This is a hosted site that has a monthly bandwidth limit, so please only download if you really need it. If we exceed the monthly bandwidth, I'll have to remove the file. -Steven On 8/7/07, Eric Heinemann [EMAIL

Re: compilation of openmoko platform

2007-08-16 Thread Steven **
RAM and faster HDs makes the difference? -Steven On 8/16/07, Al Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thursday 16 August 2007, ramsesoriginal wrote: He's using mokomakefile (he says it), and i experienced similar issues on my P4 2.8GHZ 1024 Mbyte Ram, Ubuntu 7.04 and Zenwalk (don't remember

Re: FM Radio

2007-08-22 Thread Steven **
Are there no companies that make USB FM receivers? Seems like that would be an easy fix, right? I got a Sansa e140 as a prize a little while ago. It has an FM receiver. I was thinking of breaking the thing open and trying to steal the receiver to put in my Neo. Think that's workable? -Steven

Re: Earliest possible release date for GTA02 - is it past October?

2007-08-25 Thread Steven **
See On 8/25/07, Ian Stirling [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It would be nice to have some information on this. Is it still plausible that if everything falls right, GTA02 can be produced in volume, in time for purchased units to

Re: GTA01 now or GTA02 later

2007-08-30 Thread Steven **
of OpenMoko to use as my primary. Until I am confident, I'll just use prepaid sims in my Neo. -Steven ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: Charger for neo1973

2007-09-11 Thread Steven **
for the iPod, but you can probably find others that may be cheaper (like -Steven ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: Qtopia coming for Neo1973

2007-09-25 Thread Steven **
Windows and Linux. I'm probably not your target market, but you asked. :-P -Steven ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: New TOP SECRET OM device??

2007-10-05 Thread Steven **
Is it just me, or does that TOP SECRET device look a LOT like an iPhone? Maybe they're doing away with the rounded corners that some people here despised. -Steven On 10/5/07, Krzysiek Bielicki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 I have found a nice picture

Re: Shipping-(Cost-)Information (esp. to germany)

2007-10-09 Thread Steven **
Welcome. You'll find a lot of information on the Wiki. It doesn't have actually prices, but your answer. -Steven On 10/9/07, Kevin Zuber [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear community, because that is my first

Re: [Data Calls] over [Wifi Mesh network]

2007-10-15 Thread Steven **
They're not available to anyone yet. -Steven On 10/15/07, Francesco Pistillo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In my work group we need two phones GTA02v3. They say in the wiki that it can be available in october to qualified developers. How is the way to be classified qualified developers? Who

Re: the volume of this group

2007-10-17 Thread Steven **
You're new here, so we'll forgive you. ;-) But moko (Openmoko) is free. I assume you're talking about the Neo1973. We don't want to confuse those. -Steven On 10/16/07, Thufir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm very impressed with the volume of this group! I only subscribed to it the other day

Re: Exact release date of GTA02v4?

2007-10-24 Thread Steven **
found after it's been delivered. We don't want that. So, let's all just be a little patient here. -Steven On 10/24/07, Andreas Utterberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanx... Thats the post i have been waiting on /Andreas On 10/24/07, Mark [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Since no one else has

Re: Chumby on OpenMoko/Neo1973?

2007-11-06 Thread Steven **
(motion sensor) • leather casing • AC adapter included I think the GTA02 would handle that just fine. The only thing it's missing is the squeeze sensor. -Steven On 11/6/07, Ortwin Regel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Would it be possible to run the Chumby ( ) software on OpenMoko

Re: Neo1973/OpenMoko as a laptop replacement

2007-11-15 Thread Steven **
But the GTA02 is 400 MHz. I've got a 650 MHz laptop at home that runs Windows XP just fine. That's over 7 years old. I think the 400 MHz processor could handle a lot of the simple apps I'd want while on the move. I plan to use the GTA02 much as Erland describes (minus the lens). -Steven

Re: Toolchain alpha release

2007-12-17 Thread Steven **
I tried this out. I can build the sample, but then what do I do? The instructions talk about making an ipkg and scp-ing it to my Neo. But I don't have a Neo yet... Can I test an app without the hardware? -Steven On Dec 4, 2007 12:07 PM, John Lee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Please check

Re: And so with....

2008-01-25 Thread Steven **
While FIC has stated that other devices are in the works, they have not announced the next cell phone model. There was an announcement about a car GPS device a little while back... -Steven On Jan 25, 2008 12:37 PM, Duvelle Jones [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well first off, hi... I am new here


2008-02-01 Thread Steven **
So, can you test your app without a Neo? -Steven On Feb 1, 2008 10:23 AM, Mark Arvidson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I found the toolchain to be very easy to use. Unzip the .bz2 file, run 'source /usr/local/openmoko/arm/setup-env' and you are set. I keep my neo connected during development

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

2008-02-14 Thread Steven **
. -Steven On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 1:38 AM, Kyle Bassett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There is talk about pushing startup power control of the internal devices (wifi, bt, gps, mmc, etc.) to user level, as every user may or may not want certain devices available at bootup/all the time (availability vs

Re: Alarm clock (Re: Wiki - OpenMoko Community Applications)

2008-02-14 Thread Steven **
A quick search will answer this question: You can see there are a few choices. is marked as beta and has a download ready for your testing. -Steven On Thu, Feb 14, 2008

Re: LiMo article in Washington Post

2008-02-14 Thread Steven **
develop for without restrictions and without paying anything. LiMo seems to me to be some big companies grabbing on to what they believe to be this great new buzz-word: Linux. -Steven On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 1:46 PM, Ron K. Jeffries [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Informative article about LiMO

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

2008-02-14 Thread Steven **
It's always been option i. Hence the release of GTA01. Many apps on that are still not polished. It'll be many months after the release of the Freerunner before the phones are ready for basic end users. -Steven On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 2:10 PM, JW [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 2) What

Re: Virtual QWERTY Keyboards to be used with Fingers...

2008-02-24 Thread Steven **
conversational English. I anticipate it being my default entry method. -Steven On Sat, Feb 23, 2008 at 8:02 PM, Marco Trevisan (Treviño) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've tried dasher on my PC but it doesn't seem usable with the mouse, I can't guess using a finger... Maybe I'm wrong while using

Re: Virtual QWERTY Keyboards to be used with Fingers...

2008-02-24 Thread Steven **
I just played with the java applet version: -Steven On Sun, Feb 24, 2008 at 9:08 AM, JW [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 24/02/2008, Steven ** [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I found dasher to be very usable with a mouse. Its

Re: Using Wi-fi on Neo FreeRunner

2008-03-11 Thread Steven **
your computer. -Steven On Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 1:29 PM, Mary Stovel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My questions are... how will the FreeRunner connect using wi-fi so that I can make a call? I know that Truephone and Gizmo have applications that can be downloaded into a cell phone (mostly

Price of the Freerunner published?

2008-03-19 Thread Steven **
that was published last year. Was the price range really published? Where is it? Thanks, Steven ___ OpenMoko community mailing list

Re: FreeRunner Pricing and PVT update

2008-04-14 Thread Steven **
. Everything else can be purchased separately. -Steven On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 6:54 PM, Joseph Jon Booker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, 13 Apr 2008 16:13:16 -0700 I think the issue is that the neo1973 came with some items, * Headset * Neo pouch * Kickass 4-in-1 Stylus * Lanyard

Colored cases, etc - Was Re: FreeRunner Pricing and PVT update

2008-04-16 Thread Steven **
For the one off, you could check out They do injection molding of various plastics in many colors. I'm not sure if you could make a profit by having them make a ton of cases and then reselling them or not. -Steven On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 5:22 AM, Hugo Mills [EMAIL

Re: HAPPY DANCE version .9

2008-04-16 Thread Steven **
Is that supposed to stress the phone? Or you? ;-) -Steven On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 11:41 AM, steve [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dhl delivered goodies today. I gave one to my kids. One phone. Two teenage boys. Stress testing. They fighting over it. Ha

3G? What about CDMA?

2008-04-16 Thread Steven **
termination fee). So, have you considered making a CDMA version of the Neo? I think that'd about double your sales in the US. -Steven ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: 3G? What about CDMA?

2008-04-16 Thread Steven **
conflicts with that. I thought one of the aims of Openmoko was to show people the benefits of opensource, mobile computing. It seems odd to give people choices over everything but the service provider. -Steven On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 1:14 PM, Kevin Dean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: GSM is essentially

Re: Qtopia on Neo FreeRunner?

2008-04-16 Thread Steven **
I think you've got that a little backwards. You should be asking the Qtopia people if they plan to support the Freerunner. I'm pretty certain their answer will be yes, since it already works for GTA01 and probably isn't too much effort to support GTA02. -Steven On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 1:45 PM

Re: openmoko roadmap

2008-04-16 Thread Steven **
Well, what do you intend to do on your phone? Lacking further information, I'd say you being an advanced linux user makes you a prime candidate for a Neo. -Steven On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 1:20 PM, Peter Abplanalp [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hi all, with the release of the freerunner coming up

Re: Getting Things Done with Openmoko

2008-04-21 Thread Steven **
be a text message on pretty much every network). -Steven On Sat, Apr 19, 2008 at 1:00 PM, Hans L [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been reading a book lately called Getting Things Done(henceforth abbreviated as GTD) which basically proposes a strategy for organizing/managing your work and life

Re: GTA03 wish list (was: What US plans are people using?)

2008-04-24 Thread Steven **
designed to be finger-friendly as I don't intend to carry a stylus around with me either. -Steven [1] On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 12:00 PM, Kevin Dean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 12:30 PM, Stroller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

Re: GTA03 wish list (was: What US plans are people using?)

2008-04-24 Thread Steven **
It's not a mass market device until you write the software to make it one. ;-) -Steven On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 12:46 PM, Kevin Dean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Keep in mind that Freerunner is designed to be a mass market product. That's very true that this can be done but making that action

Iowa Group Buy

2008-04-24 Thread Steven **
Anyone interested in a group buy in Iowa, add yourself to the wiki page: -Steven ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: youtube freerunner vid is up

2008-04-30 Thread Steven **
If you've been reading steve's emails ([EMAIL PROTECTED]), he said he handed a Freerunner over to his sons to test out. It's all about who you know, or are related to! ;-) -Steven On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 9:18 AM, Tim Shannon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So, why did these guys get early copies

Re: Group Sales: U.S. Midwest area

2008-05-01 Thread Steven **
You could add in Iowa. I think there's two interested from -Steven On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 9:01 AM, Geoff Ruscoe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey if we are going to get the discount for an order of ten, it looks like we are going

Re: Stylus Recommendation

2008-05-01 Thread Steven **
If a stylus is necessary, I want one like the touchpen that comes with the Cowon D2 ( I just can't find the stylus for sale anywhere. -Steven On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 9:50 AM, Tom Russell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I like to have both

Re: Group Sales: U.S. Midwest area

2008-05-01 Thread Steven **
We could use this page: -Steven On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 12:16 PM, Geoff Ruscoe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Should we create a midwest group or something? On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 12:28 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'll be the 10th for the Midwest group

Re: Group Sales Page

2008-05-05 Thread Steven **
But for me, that link is 404 Not Found. The wiki seems to be down. Brenda mentioned in another thread that the wiki was being upgraded. I'm guessing that is in process and is the reason I can't access it. -Steven On Mon, May 5, 2008 at 8:20 AM, Dirk Deimeke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi

Wiki is down

2008-05-05 Thread Steven **
Myself and several others cannot reach the wiki. gives a 404 error (it redirects to which is Not Found) redirects to -Steven

Re: Wiki is down

2008-05-05 Thread Steven **
It's resolving correctly now. Thanks, Steven On Mon, May 5, 2008 at 10:42 AM, Joachim Steiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Steven ** wrote: Myself and several others cannot reach the wiki. gives a 404 error (it redirects to

Re: Stylus Recommendation

2008-05-05 Thread Steven **
I just drew up my first part. The price quote was $1600! :-( (In all fairness, it's a much larger piece than what you're talking and in aluminum.) Are their prices workable for smaller plastic designs? -Steven On Mon, May 5, 2008 at 3:53 PM, steve [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Have you used

Re: A few questions about the games

2008-05-12 Thread Steven **
There's another version of Sudoku I made: See if that works better for you. I welcome any feedback. :-) -Steven On Fri, May 9, 2008 at 6:20 PM, Mo Abrahams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How does one insert numbers in the sudoku game? (I am

Re: Alarmclock puzzle

2008-05-13 Thread Steven **
configurable. User enters comma-separated list. Last number in list is repeated. Ie 10,9,5 What do you think? -Steven On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 7:49 AM, Alexander Frøyseth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello again I just have an idea for an nice addon or software (call it what you want

Re: Software Status Update

2008-05-14 Thread Steven **
May 16th is the earliest for production. Production != shipping -Steven On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 2:14 PM, Alexander Frøyseth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: May 16th are in this week But okey, just have to wait a little longer then ian douglas skrev: Alexander Frøyseth wrote: Does this mean

Re: what process for EASILY updating non-developer Freerunners

2008-05-15 Thread Steven **
There is a package manager already: ipkg. I don't know if it auto-updates. But it works perfectly fine for installing third-party apps. I built an app, packaged it, and loaded it onto my virtual Neo (under qemu) easily with the developer's framework. -Steven On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 11:22 AM

Re: Ordering Free-for-all?

2008-06-23 Thread Steven **
And note that those will have zero impact on your chance of getting a Neo. Essentially, if you want a Neo, make sure you check your email often. I'm assuming the announcement will go to the announcement list... -Steven On Sat, Jun 21, 2008 at 3:26 AM, arne anka [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: see

Re: Video about Dash Navigation (a smart GPS, and cousin of OpenMoko GTAx)

2008-06-24 Thread Steven **
Their software looks interesting. I would strongly consider paying the monthly subscription to run that on my Neo. -Steven On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 8:32 PM, Ron K. Jeffries [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dash was developed by FIC/OpenMoko for Dash

Re: Error while paying

2008-07-03 Thread Steven **
I get the same gateway error! WTF? -Steven On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 6:25 AM, William Lai [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 7:08 PM, Ken Young [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Federico Lorenzi wrote: Hi, I get a gateway error from hitrust when attempting to pay. anyone know what

Re: Error while paying

2008-07-03 Thread Steven **
Alright. I guess my bank was blocking it. :-/ I just got a call from them. Once I authorized the purchase over the phone, the payment went through fine. Yay! -Steven On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 7:10 AM, Steven ** [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I get the same gateway error! WTF? -Steven On Thu

Re: My word on GPRS (was: How Slow Is Fast?)

2008-07-03 Thread Steven **
. -Steven On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 3:22 PM, Mikko Rauhala [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: to, 2008-07-03 kello 16:15 -0400, Nkoli kirjoitti: On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 4:02 PM, Mikko Rauhala [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Umh. Disappointing. Is this really the best it can do or best that has been

Re: discount on invisibleshield protectors

2008-07-06 Thread Steven **
I don't have my Neo yet, but the case doesn't look like a material that would easily scratch. Am I mistaken? -Steven On Sun, Jul 6, 2008 at 12:57 AM, Jeffrey Malone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm curious how well these work. Does the cover have any real downsides? Eg: Difficult to apply

Re: Not just a phone (was: Re: ancient hardware?)

2008-07-07 Thread Steven **
I'm hoping to use it not just for in-car navigation, but also data readout. I intend to rig it to display voltage and current in my electric car. I'd like to see someone do that with an iPhone :-P -Steven On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 12:29 PM, Michael Shiloh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Peter, your

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