The forbidden topic: Glamo OpenGL
steve at openmoko.com
Wed Nov 19 22:14:55 CET 2008
they don't already?
please issue a ticket. we'll fix the bug.
George Brooke wrote:
> On Wed, 19 Nov 2008 00:01:47 +1100
> Dale Maggee <antisol at internode.on.net> wrote:
>> Tig wrote:
>>> Ok I will bite :)
>>> Q: Why did OM cross the road?
>>> A: To get to another toolkit :)
>>> Q: How many OM devs does it take to change a lightbulb?
>>> A: Well first we need to abandon the old lightbulb holder because
>>> at a later date we may not be able to plug a floodlight in, bring
>>> in a new lightbulb holder and adapt it to multiple floodlights,
>>> meanwhile the engineering team has realized that this will only run
>>> green floodlights and has started rewiring the whole house.. :)
>>> The burnt out lightbulb is due to be fixed at a later date :)
>>> Please not this is not a cue for a thread on lightbulb analogies :)
>>> Q: What is the difference between a professional photographer and
>>> OM user? A: The OM user has to flash more often :)
>>> Q: Why did the OM newbie log onto #openmoko?
>>> A: Because they had not read:
>>> a) the wiki
>>> b) the topic
>>> As then they would know you slide your finder up on the
>>> keyboard to get the numbers to enter your sim pin.
>>> I will be here all week, try the salad :)
>>> Regards (apologies for posting via gmane moving e-mail around)
>> Hehe, love the lightbulb one!
>> Q: What's the difference between an iphone and a freerunner?
>> A: One works but takes away your freedom, the other is free but needs
>> your work
>> Knock, Knock
>> Who's There?
>> A Neo User
>> A Neo User
>> Q: What did the Neo say to the insomniac?
>> A: At least when you go to sleep you know you'll wake up!
>> Ancient chinese proverb: "Neo owner is man carrying wall charger"
>> And I've saved my favorite for last:
>> Q: What's the difference between a brick and a freerunner?
>> A: A brick isn't designed to make phone calls.
>> (All in good fun)
> Maybe these should appear on the splash screen of the Neos
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