gps app

arne anka openmoko at
Mon Jun 30 17:48:16 CEST 2008

>> >
> Thanks but this base seems to be already covered as far as I know. We
> have tangoGPS that uses OpenStreetMap as it's backend and a small status
> showing app for speed, current position and so on. The application you

as said before -- i am not really into gps. so i thought better one app  
unnecessary mentioned than one useful app missed.

> show also seems to be for java phones which doesn't seem the best for
> implementing. Correct me if I'm wrong though.

well, the best way to implement smth seems to me pretty subjective --  
according to the annoyed comments on qt, for example.

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