iPhone vs. Neo1973 comparison
gervais.mulongoy at gmail.com
Fri Jan 12 16:20:55 CET 2007
By all means, lets leave the devs to do what they do best. It still seems in
our long-term interests to start focusing our ideas as a community. The list
serves as the perfect medium for free-form discussion, but a wiki would be
perfect to give structure and avoid duplication.
Jon, if you are willing setting a temporary site that brings together a
digest of the items being discussed in the list would be great. I wouldn't
mind editing if it was needed. But let me know what you think.
Either way, I can't wait to get one of these phones!
On 1/12/07, Jon Phillips <jon at rejon.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 2007-01-12 at 09:46 -0500, Paul Bohme wrote:
> > Jon Phillips wrote:
> > > I guess this is the perfect example of where you need infrastructure
> > > on the openmoko.com website. I think having http://wiki.openmoko.org
> > > sooner rather than later would be good, otherwise, the community is
> > > already routing around this and putting content here and there...
> > >
> > > I created some on my wiki as well: http://rejon.org/wiki but I would
> > > rather consolidate onto the openmoko.org wiki ;)
> > >
> > > Sean, what do you think? It would be great to empower the community :)
> > >
> > >
> > This was addressed (a few times) in the past - the devs involved are
> > focused on getting the product out, then will turn their attention to
> > consolidating ideas and such into a Wiki. Right now it would be more of
> > a drain on their resources than they can afford.
> > Patience, friends.. ;-)
> Ok, just saying, its been announced, without, it happens anyway without
> focus and control of openmoko ;)
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