tomtom on the Neo1973
ajturner at highearthorbit.com
Tue Apr 3 03:18:04 CEST 2007
There are a couple of Google Summer of Code applications that involve
building a mapping application on OpenMoko. Hopefully one of these
get's funded. At the very least that will demonstrate the viability of
OpenMoko and the Neo1973 as a mobile mapping platform that commercial
vendors can then consider developing their applications for.
So it seems like OSM with the Google SoC app would be a good, first
effort towards this end. Then you can go to TomTom/Google et al and
say "see, looks good, bring yours." :)
On 4/2/07, Paul McMillan <Paul at semicubic.com> wrote:
> I agree that while this is unlikely, it's the best option for all involved.
> You would need a software company to write that binary library though...
> which would probably not be a particularly profitable enterprise.
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