How to get involved (HELP!!!)
marc.js.verwerft at gmail.com
Wed Jan 24 22:58:15 CET 2007
Probably, you're on your own right now. If I were you, I wouldn't make a
sourceforge project yet as in the announcement of Sean he mentioned this:
Also, at this time, the following community dedicated websites
will be available:
* http://openmoko.org/ -- for the actual development community
* http://wiki.openmoko.org/ -- for an official wiki of the project
* http://bugzilla.openmoko.org/ -- for bug tracking
* http://lists.openmoko.org/ -- for public mailing lists
* http://planet.openmoko.org/ -- for an aggregated feed
* http://projects.openmoko.org/ -- for user-contributed projects
<--- That's what you want, I guess.
On 1/24/07, Jonathon Suggs <jsuggs at murmp.com> wrote:
Thanks and will do...working on getting OpenEmbedded installed as we
> One question though. Is there any collaborative place for apps right
> now? Or is it pretty much every man for himself until they release the
> source? Meaning, say I start on a simple app, but want feedback. Do I
> need to create a project (sourceforge, etc) or is there a specific place
> for OpenMoko software?
> michael at michaelshiloh.com wrote:
> > Jonathan,
> > If you visit the wiki that Marc refers to, you will find entries for
> > the build
> > enviroment and emulators, so you can start writing, compiling, and
> > testing
> > simple programs.
> > M
> > On Wed, 24 Jan 2007, Marc Verwerft wrote:
> >> Jonathan,
> >> Things are gonna stay this way till OpenMoko opens up their
> >> website/wiki/bugzilla etc.
> >> See also
> >> http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/announce/2007-January/000000.html
> >> All we have are the basic hardware description and some hints on the
> >> software. The rest is guesswork for now.
> >> Till then your best source is the temporary wiki at
> >> http://www.linuxtogo.org/gowiki/OpenMoko
> >> Regards,
> >> Marc.
> >> On 1/24/07, Jonathon Suggs <jsuggs at murmp.com> wrote:
> >>> I'm a computer engineer and want to get involved. All I'm seeing
> >>> coming
> >>> across this mailing list is feature requests, basic inquiries,
> >>> etc. Is
> >>> there another list that is focused more on the development side of
> >>> things?
> >>> I'm a little lost on how this project is structured. Can someone
> >>> please
> >>> either respond back to this list or email me at jsuggs at murmp.com with
> >>> more info.
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