How to bring forward the community?
Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller
hns at goldelico.com
Mon Feb 27 20:23:44 CET 2012
it becomes sort of a who-is-who and who-is-doing-what list :)
Shouldn't we take this as a trigger point to revitalize the wiki.openmoko.org?
I am sure a significant amount of subscribers of this list also have write access.
The minimum would be a page "GTA04 Projects" (i.e .http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/GTA04-Projects ).
The reason why I propose to host that on wiki.openmoko.org (and not www.gta04.org) is that
it should not be tied to the GTA04 hardware but also over (hardware-agnostic) software.
Am 27.02.2012 um 18:33 schrieb Lukas Märdian:
> On 27.02.2012 11:35, Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote:
>> So I would like to encourage to share what you are working on
>> (kernel? driver? user space?) and what you think would bring forward
>> the Openmoko community a small or big step.. Any idea is welcome
>> (even if you think we already know about it).
> I've been working on the 3D printable case  for the GTA04 (and GTA01
> + GTA02) in the last weeks/months. I'm almost done with the first full
> and usable version. It was pressented at the FOSDEM as well and a lot of
> people liked it.
> I've also fixed a bug in Iliwi (SHR's WiFi application), which prevented
> it from connecting to WPA2 networks. Now you can easily connect your
> GTA04 to your network through a GUI and use Firefox or Eve (both in
> SHR's feeds) to browse the web – this is already working quite well
> (except the power usage of the WiFi chip).
> I've also written an easy step-by-step tutorial for installing and
> setting up SHR on your GTA04 .
> Now, that I'll have some more time soon, I'll start working on SHR/FSO
> again, where I'll help with integrating some of the workarrounds for the
> GTA04 modem into FSO with the aim of using my GTA04 with SHR/FSO as a
> daily phone.
> A lot of work is already done there. It can send and receive calls and
> SMS, has a working (not perfect) audio routing etc. but there is some
> testing and bug fixing needed.
> Furthermore, I'll keep the SHR kernel  synchronized with Neil's
> 3.2-gta04 branch, which is working pretty nice already, as Radek stated.
>  http://blog.slyon.de/3d-printed-gta04-case
>  http://trac.shr-project.org/trac/wiki/Devices/GTA04/InstallGuide
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