[Om2009] a community effort
KichKasch at gmx.de
Mon May 18 14:14:29 CEST 2009
Good news to hear about all the progress on opimd.
We have been working on a PIM synchronization tool named PISI for a while. I think, with all the progress here we should start integrating it with opimd; for now mainly contacts and calendar information.
Where could I find more information about the possible APIs? I guess, the best way would be to access the persistence backend directly; should the SQLite backend be the preferred one here? If, where could I get more information from about it ... and if not; which way - do you think - should be the preferred one to access / add / modify pim information in opimd.
Any source of information besides this one here (http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Opimd)?
Thx in advance for any comments; greetings
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> Datum: Sat, 16 May 2009 10:35:03 +0200
> Von: Johny Tenfinger <seba.dos1 at gmail.com>
> An: List for Openmoko community discussion <community at lists.openmoko.org>
> CC: "devel at lists.openmoko.org" <devel at lists.openmoko.org>
> Betreff: Re: [Om2009] a community effort
> Community: if you want to write some opimd support (for instance in
> Paroli) or improve opimd itself, please contact me. It was hard to
> understand everything, but now, after fixing Contacts domain, I think
> I can give you some useful knowledge :) I have also few nice and
> helpful python test scrips. I'm going to post them on maillist soon.
> Right now we have working Contacts domain with three backends: SIM,
> CSV and SQLite. Now I'm going to work on Messages domain, which ATM
> can only read from SIM backend.
> People who helped me to fix opimd: Heinervdm (SQLite backend),
> mirko-paroli (adding items with SIM backend) and mrmoku (opimd feeded
> SHR GUI:[ libframeworkd-phonegui-elf2). I would like to see also you
> on this list! :)
> Sebastian Krzyszkowiak
> On 5/16/09, Mirko Lindner <mirko at openmoko.org> wrote:
> > Hey there,
> > A lot has happened over the past couple of months, but most important in
> > my mind has been getting OM2009 out into
> > the hands of the community. When we set the very limited goals of OM2009
> > we had two goals in mind:
> > 1. Give those members of the community who only wanted a daily phone, a
> > distro they could use
> > 2. Introduce technology that would allow the community to come together
> > and improve on these basics
> > Community interaction, open development and user driven decision making
> > are at the core of Om2009.
> > Going forward this will be an effort with the community for the
> > The help and support I have gotten from the community over the past
> > couple of days and weeks has been remarkable and I can see things
> > starting to move and slowly coming together. We need more of this!
> > I invite you to join the effort to make om2009 with paroli the best
> > Om-labeled distribution for the Freerunner.
> > How can you help?
> > Test the distro, let us know about bugs you find, or even fix them and
> > send us patches.
> > Tell us about your experiences using om2009, what should we change,
> > where can we improve?
> > Paroli has come a long way but it still needs a lot of love and
> > optimizing, so if you are into python or efl, check out the code from
> > git.paroli.org, join #paroli on irc and let's get crackin'. There is
> > lots of things to do, opimd needs to be integrated and improved, the UI
> > needs polishing, overall speed can be increased etc etc
> > More into Chat and email? Feel like writing a jabber/irc/xxx or email
> > client that really fits the screen? Or do you know of one? Let's hear
> > about it.
> > See a list of proposals on:
> > http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Om_2009_get_active
> > and
> > http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Paroli-issues
> > This device has a lot of potential and we are so close to reaching the
> > far corners, the kernel is in good shape, the framework is doing great
> > and telephony apps such as paroli or the shr suite are steadily
> > So, get your Freerunner in shape again. Flash it with a nice current
> > distro and let it do what it was meant to do :)
> > Let's make Om2009 a community product, something all of us can be proud
> > of and say "we did this".
> > Regards,
> > /Mirko
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