Rui Miguel Silva Seabra rms at
Thu Aug 27 12:43:50 CEST 2009

On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 04:05:52PM +0200, Marcel wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 27.08.2009, 10:58 +0100 schrieb Rui Miguel Silva
> Seabra:
> > On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 11:52:13AM +0200, Patryk Benderz wrote:
> > > I use OM2009T5, with OWrt state files and few SHR libraries. Why OM2009?
> > > Simply because it is much more stable than SHR-U. Now someone will start
> > > yelling "...but it is called unstable...". Fine, but SHR means "STABLE
> > > hybrid release" in first place. So i ask, where is this stability?
> > > 	I hate to say this, but in circumstances you are having new full time
> > > job, it might be worth to abandon OM2009. What to do on SHR? Definitely
> > > take care of _real_ testing branch which would be more stable. This way,
> > > some day maybe we will have SHR release which finally will be totally
> > > stable.
> > 
> > SHR-U from 2009/08/08 is more stable than Om2009t5 on my FreeRunner. I used
> > to have to reboot about once per day, but now days pass without a reboot
> > quite easily!
> "Days pass without a reboot quite easily" with 2009T5 here, but SHR-U
> didn't even show the PIN entry screen twice...

Which SHR-U image? That is important, because U is for unstable, but sometimes
it is stable (like 2009/08/08).

For me, the boot speed isn't much of a problem if I don't have to boot frequently.

In Om2009t5 I required a daily boot to have some stability in the platform.

As I *do* use the Freerunner as my main phone, and even though SHR is moving
the PIM parts to opim, let me tell you one thing which was quickly quite clear
for me: paroli in Om2009t5 was *definitly* less stable than the telefony apps
in SHR 2009/07/21 and 2009/08/08.

Right now I only carry a second phone for the contact lists, since SHR-U wasn't
still very ready for a full contact migration, but it's getting quite close to it
(many thanks to dos1).

I just hope it will handle about 200 contacts without noticeable delays.


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