Devroom for FOSDEM11
frederik.sdun at googlemail.com
Thu Sep 30 02:02:25 CEST 2010
* Serdar Dere <serdar at serdar-dere.net> [30.09.2010 01:25]:
> I will register the "hackable mobile devices" devroom now, which day
> would you guys prefer?
> Sat. 12-18 CEST
> Sun. 10-17 CEST
I prefer Saturday because people might to leave earlier on sunday
> my devroom description is:
> "Talks and discussion about hackable mobile devices like Openmoko, Nokia..."
> Do you got a better one?
"What's after Openmoko? There're still a lot of hackers spreaded all
over the world, who are interested in a real open phone and other
gadgets. Manc of them are now working on different devices, but with the
same target. This room should be a place to meet each other, share
experiences and present the status and ideas of their projects."
> Greetings Serdar
> Am 27.09.10 22:28, schrieb Serdar Dere:
> > your suggestion is: hackable mobile devices?
> > sounds good to me.
> > I am calling for papers for some (or all and more) papers I suggested
> > previously.
> > MfG Serdar
> > Am 27.09.10 20:50, schrieb Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller:
> >> Am 27.09.2010 um 20:14 schrieb Serdar Dere:
> >>> Hi guys,
> >>> I am taking the initative again, like the last time.
> >> Kudos to you!
> >>> But I would change the topic.
> >>> Last time it was called Openmoko Devroom, but I want to change it to
> >>> Hackable Devices Devroom for next FOSDEM.
> >> Sounds good to me.
> >> As far as I understand the policy of the Devroom decisions they favour
> >> more general topics instead of single projects (although there are some).
> >> If I look through the list of topics, there should be a little more focus on
> >> hackable *mobile* devices (there are routers, embedded boards etc.).
> >> Also note that there was an "Embedded" Devroom collecting a lot of
> >> different topics every year (I think in 2007 Sean's presentation was part
> >> of that). See: http://archive.fosdem.org/2010/list-devrooms-their-call-talks
> >> "Embedded / Mobile (contact email)
> >> The embedded/mobile room is the place to be for people with an interest in everything small, hidden, with different CPU's and/or a gadget or mobile device.
> >> Here we discuss and present things like hacking your phone, PDA or router and everything about cross-compiling. The people that gather here are usually doing tons of cool stuff with small low-powered devices, from playing music to controlling big and complex systems."
> >> So we must somehow differentiate from that or we simply get merged.
> >>> What do you think about it?
> >> ++
> >>> My intention is, that other projects can join us, like Nitdroid, or the
> >>> goldendelicious guys with other projects.
> >> Definitively!
> >>> In that case we can get more than one day and 3h for us.
> >>> What do you guys think about it?
> >>> Second part:
> >>> I would love if some people who can help on following topics can contact me:
> >>> * History and future of Openmoko or/and hackable devices
> >>> * SHR
> >>> * FSO
> >>> * QTMOKO
> >>> * AOF (Android-on-Freerunner)
> >>> * HACKABLE:1
> >>> * DEBIAN
> >>> * GENTOO
> >>> * GAMERUNNER
> >>> * MER
> >>> * OPENWRT
> >>> * QALEE
> >>> * THINGS I CAN'T THINK OF
> >>> (not important that all are represented but it would be nice)
> >>> Thanks in advance.
> >>> Greetings Serdar
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