Steve Mosher steve at
Mon Jun 1 18:05:22 CEST 2009

  Getting a focused effort in the US has been problematic. The reason is
simple. The vast majority of sales in the US have been through the OM 
store. The disty, therefore, don't have the same motivation that say
Dr. N has. neither do they have the resources required. The best thing,
the most logical thing would be for OM in the US to set up a program
just like Dr. N did.

The problem? OM usa is me. Part of the reason the deal worked with Dr. N
is that he was able to do all the detailed ground work required to get 
this done. I would have to execute the fix by myself. That's no simple
feat, but now that Dr. N has shown the way, I can look into copying his
effort. basically I'm a marketing guy, but if need be I'll be the 
customer support, feild rework, logistics guy.

In the US it might require a different approach, but I can start to look 
into it.

Ori Pessach wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 12:33 AM, Steve Mosher <steve at> wrote:
>> Joerg, Dr. N and I have been discussing this. There is no need for the
>> HWD fix of 1024 as there is a software fix.
>> The hwdware fix of 1024  would require much more work than the
>> debuzzing. Joerg recommends against it.
>> I would agree.  I can have him come on here and explain. Even if the fix
>> were required we would still have
>> to do a lot of work before it could be fielded. So, dont wait. get your
>> phone buzz fixed
> Steve,
> I would love to, but how? I live in the US, the vendor I bought my phone
> from has been apparently ignoring my emails about this and when I called
> them to ask they told me that they're not getting answers from Openmoko.
> It's been over 9 months since I first contacted them about the buzz.
> --Ori Pessach
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