GSoC Accelerometer-based Gestures Update 9
thomas at gstaedtner.net
Mon Jul 28 12:43:08 CEST 2008
You might try one of the ASU builds on the buildhost - I don't experience
the landscape-offset-bug there, have it only in 2007.2.
Anyway, nice work, can't wait to try it :)
Btw. - I think listening for the screen rotate message should be handeled by
one of the new FSO daemons (odeviced) directly to avoid another daemon
It looks like 2007.2 will switch their middleware to FSO, so it would be no
loss for the Gtk-guys, too.
Buf if you are in contact with Daniel and Mickey I guess you already talked
On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 8:20 AM, Paul-Valentin Borza
<paulvalentin at borza.ro>wrote:
> We've got screen orientation :) working on my Neo. I'll try to release
> another package at the end of this week, after I correct some bugs
> that Daniel pointed out. There are several bugs that I need to address
> before I release another package.
> By the way, I really like screen orientation - it's a cool feature.
> I've got a major problem with svn over projects.openmoko.org: I can't
> check out or check in as an authenticated user (not as anonymous) any
> more; this happened out of the blue.
> Daniel can confirm that it's not working; so i moved my whole source
> code to http://code.google.com/p/accelges/. I moved it with svnsync,
> so all revisions are still there, but at least googlecode is more
> Ah, and I did the dbus interaction for the gesture recognizer. When a
> gesture is recognized, the daemon sends a signal with the id of the
> gesture, or the position of the screen. And another daemon is
> listening and runs xrandr for screen orientation. Unfortunately
> landscape mode is unusable :(( due to wrong offsets.
> We had a meeting on Thursday for the GSoC and I asked Daniel and
> Mickey if it would be ok for the community to send me acceleration
> values so that I could train the models.
> So, I'll send an email later this week, or the start of the next week
> with instructions on what you should do (you meaning whoever wants to
> contribute to training the gestures).
> You'll have to run a script and do what it says there. It will say
> something like this: move the neo to the right etc. and you'll move
> it, the app will record the acceleration values, and upload these
> files with acceleration values on a server.
> Hope many of you will do it :) so that we'll have good gesture recognition.
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