Open Moko - GPL?
koen at dominion.kabel.utwente.nl
Mon Nov 27 22:11:17 CET 2006
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Steve Salazar schreef:
> Hi. First of all I want to repeat what many others on this list have
> already said. I am very excited about the open moko project and the
> opportunities it represents. I will be one of the first in line to buy
> an openmoko phone when they are available.
> I have a few questions. Thanks in advance for taking any time to answer:
> 1. It is mentioned that the gui was designed using gtk. Will the
> sources for all the interface be released?
'agpsd' will be the only closed source component on your phone
> Are you prepared to support the voracious appetite the OSS community has
> for the latest and greatest? Will you always have the latest version of
> the kernel? Of mplayer? Minimo? Etc?
FIC is using openembedded to build their apps, which is already a community effort so FIC
gets the latest and greatest basically for free, and you can always build the latest and
> can they be synced using opensync?
Dunno, but the pressrelease mentioned funambol, so that should be 'plain' syncml.
> 5. X11 - Does the openmoko interface run on X11
X11, kdrive to be specific
> 4.5 - What about linuxbios?
BIOS? The gta01 doesn't use an x86 cpu, so there is no bios :)
> 6. CPU: No info on the CPU yet?
> 7. Other random hardware questions/comments/wishes:
> - Camera: People who say don't bother with a 1.3Mpix camera are
> photographers or otherwise photography enthusiasts.
> 90% of the people
> are very happy at 1.3M because at 1.3 you can do photo album sized images
> with very high quality
no, since the lens is always crap. Spending $5 more during production on a lens would
greatly enhance the quality.
> that most people are happy with.
Could be, I only have my a780 for reference, and that sucks, even for albumsized images.
You don't get the full res out of a picture due to the lens.
> - USB Host: Please please and make it USB2.
1.1, limitation of the SoC
> with 128MB RAM that can plug into a USB2 hub
usb 1.1 can still be plugged into a 2.0 hub. Also note the '2.0' doesn't mean 480Mbit/s.
> - Storage: 1GB minimum integrated SD for running a real linux.
Kernel 220.127.116.11 isn't real enough for you? ;)
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