Any OS X developers out there working with OpenMoko?
basicasm at gmail.com
Sat Jan 26 03:38:28 CET 2008
I will also be using my device with OSX, I admit that I have not had any
free time since my job is keeping very busy at the moment. I have a GTA01
with the debug board. I will gladly beta/alpha test anything you feel like
On Jan 25, 2008 2:19 PM, Brandon Kruse <admteamkruz at gmail.com> wrote:
> In response to your company, it is coming.
> Besides, why not used the iPhone dev kit (hacked one) it probably
> exposes more than the iPhone kit will.
> Don't even start to think that the sound API will be released to you.
> Brandon Kruse (bkruse)
> On Jan 25, 2008, at 4:31 AM, <alan at rotorgraphics.com> wrote:
> >> Is my impression wrong or have you all already bought an iPodTouch or
> >> iPhone and waits for the SDK?
> >> Please raise your hands...
> >> Nikolaus (hns)
> > (Hand is raised.)
> > Guilty as charged. As I have mentioned before, the iPhone is a
> > "Golden Form Factor" device. I think of it more as a "Quarter
> > Tablet Personal Computer" than as a phone these days.
> > Then why do I stay subscribed to the OpenMoko list you ask?
> > I dream.
> > I dream of the day that some company will realise that I (and about
> > 6 billion other guys) are willing to pay many hundreds of dollars
> > for a device that:
> > ...duplicates the iPhone's form factor, screen resolution, control
> > layout and other basic features and functionality.
> > ...duplicates or betters the iPhone's battery performance.
> > ...has an integrated non-slip silicone jacketed case.
> > ...has and integrated GPS receiver, or comes with a Bluetooth remote
> > one.
> > ...supports an IR or Bluetooth portable keyboard.
> > ...has an integrated "Picture Frame" type angle stand that will let
> > you sit the device on a flat surface in portrait or landscape mode
> > securely.
> > ...runs open software like OpenMoko.
> > Sorry, but FreeRunner does not come close to hitting this mark.
> > Hopefully, FIC has secretly squirreled dozens of engineers away in
> > bomb proof caverns deep inside the mighty Swiss alps who are
> > feverishly slaving away on thier iPhone killer at this very moment
> > and are mere minutes away from stunning the whole world with their
> > amazing achievement.
> > Or maybe not.
> > So I continue to dream my dreamy little dreams.
> > Alan
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