Denis Kenzior ha scritto:
Nice to hear that. Anyway do not missunderstand, our team is adopting
oFono, we are just digging incoming issues with the nogsm part
Sounds interesting. Let me know if I can be of assistance :)
Well, maybe you missed some of my previous email in this list some time
I'm the project leader of a new distribution, called NEOPhysis, for the
Openmoko Freerunner and Niko is the UI team leader.
We are about 10 people in our team and started from scratch creating a
new distribution which differs from the others, approaching the system
concept as an embedded low resources device instead of a micro-desktop
The main focus was not in a Linux distribution but in a Phone with
advanced capabilities, so as I follow this project since its born, I
proposed to use oFono as the main telephony stack and FSO for the
As a proof-of-concept I wrote a ncurses phone app which uses oFono to
do simple calls and ATM I'm able to call a number dialed with the touch
screen (yes it's very geek! :P ) and I'm finishing the parsing part to
handle the call status to be able to answer calls.
I asked in my previous emails if someone of the oFono team could send me
a simple C code because all the test code were written in Python (but
for the telephony part our focus is speed and reliability so its
mandatory to use a C/C++ framework/middleware) but received no answer,
OTOH this let me learn using DBUS and oFono APIs so it was not as bad :)
We put up a build host which produces even an oFono package for the
OpenEmbedded repository and we are very proud to be the first (AFAIK) to
use oFono. If you need/want to test oFono on the Freerunner we can
provide you the packages built each time you need to.
I have just one question: I noticed the Calypso modem registers on the
network quite slowly (about 1,5-2 mins after powering up) is this
normal? Can we help you in testing/patching the code to achieve faster
times (normal phones usually register in seconds).
Thank you very much for your great work, good bye.
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