kevin at foreverdean.info
Tue Jul 8 04:10:09 CEST 2008
Yeah, I learned a hard lesson. :(
Speaking very honestly, I don't use my Freerunner in daily use but I
use my 1973 with Qtopia since it's pretty stable and functional. There
are several ways to get involved with Openmoko development without a
Freerunner, like in Qemu or Xepher or whatnot. I'm sure Openmoko would
be happy to take your money in a few months just as they'd take it
Today, the Freerunner is intended for developers not daily use, but
it'll get there in one of several forms over the next few months. :)
On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 7:55 PM, nickd <blumph at gmail.com> wrote:
> Looks like his server hosting the images suffered a hard-drive failure:
> Milos Mandaric wrote:
>> Have look at this one
>> from Kevin Dean. I am not sure why the photos are missing.
>> On Mon, 2008-07-07 at 16:02 -0700, sumstultussedesquoque at gmail.com
>>> Hi all,
>>> Does anyone know if there are any good reviews floating around for the
>>> FreeRunner yet? (And if not, does someone who already has theirs want
>>> to write one?) I'm a college student so money's very tight and I'm
>>> trying to justify purchasing one, but I want to know exactly what I'm
>>> getting first (in terms of functionality). Specifically, I'm
>>> wondering about:
>>> Cell phone functionality: Is full cellphone functionality (i.e.
>>> sending and receiving calls/SMS) currently working stably?
>>> Internet connectivity: At what stage of development is internet
>>> connectivity, both through wifi and the cellular network? Is there a
>>> decently functional browser yet?
>>> SSH: Related to above, is SSH working?
>>> Audio: How functional is the FreeRunner as a PMP? OGG support is a
>>> must and mp3 and FLAC would be good.
>>> Development & portability: How easy is it to develop/compile new
>>> programs for the platform and how easy is it to port existing
>>> Misc: Battery life for normal usage? Is there a JVM yet?
>>> Ruggedness? Compatibility with AT&T SIMs?
>>> If anyone has any input on these, it's greatly appreciated. Feel free
>>> to e-mail me privately if you don't feel it'd be interesting to anyone
>>> else on the list.
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