nashving at gmail.com
Wed Mar 9 08:50:35 CET 2011
Thanks Radek, for all the great work!
I have a suggestion, and don't know if it will be a popular one:
Can Eyepiece be included in the default base installation?
On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 8:37 AM, Radek Polak <psonek2 at seznam.cz> wrote:
> i have uploaded new qtmoko v33 images to sourceforge now . They are
> called experimental, because a few things are still not perfect.
> For more information about qtmoko please see .
> Here is list of changes since v32:
> * new theme "faenqo" (cyberspirit)
> * qtmoko and it's applications are packaged as debian packages
> * compiled natively on ARM with debian toolchain
> * new web with applications and themes 
> * applications are now installed from web browser
> * new icon for installing qtmoko apps in Applications
> * you can easily install new themes in appearence settings
> * fixed usb mass storage script (thanks to Alfa21)
> * omhacks are installed as debian package from sid
> * qmplayer installs mencoder in debian
> * mencoder uses ac3 codec for audio
> * orange led brightness should be fixed (only in sources)
> * moved all apps from qtmoko-apps git to qtmoko git
> * updated docs for building and compiling
> The list is quite short on how much of work it was.
> Most of the effort was to package everything with debian package system.
> should be done now except for kernel which is on the list for next release.
> For installing qtmoko with apt there is new line now in
> deb http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/debian/ /
> Applications and themes are right now not in that repo. They can be
> from web browser from url below . Applications are put in categories,
> have tags and screenshots for easy searching and navigation. Please let me
> know if you have ideas or patches for improving this. The application web
> generated from .xml files with xsltproc and bash scripts so it should be
> easy to change look or improve it.
> Btw .deb packages for most of the apps are still building right now so
> be patient - i will upload them as soon as the build is finished.
> Applications in this version can be still installed with old qtopia package
> system, but i am going to disable this for next release if new packaging
> be ok for you.
> My plan for next version is to fix regression if you find any, package
> also kernel and release it as stable.
> Plans for future is FSO framework in qtmoko.
> Don't forget to try new faenqo theme or use older themes (asthromod) which
> were only in git until now. They are really nice.
> Thanks for supporting qtmoko
>  http://sourceforge.net/projects/qtmoko/files/Experimental/
>  http://qtmoko.org/
>  http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/
>  http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/apps/
>  https://github.com/radekp/qtmoko/tree/master/web/qtmoko-apps
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