jeremy at openmoko.org
Fri Jan 9 11:34:37 CET 2009
On Fri, Jan 09, 2009 at 09:40:03AM +0100, Mirko Lindner wrote:
> The Paroli Team wishes all of you a happy new year.
> Our last update was a while back but development continued and, despite
> sickness, vacations, Christmas, New Year's as well as jet lags, a lot
> has been accomplished.
> Most importantly, you can now find a paroli package in the testing
> repository which can be installed via opkg.
> The package is at pre-alpha state but the main phone functions are
> available and ready to be tested. Please note paroli is not considered a
> daily phone app, yet. You will find it can be rather unstable at times
> and might not always react the way you would expect ;) We hope that with
> the help of the community and lots of hard work we can reach a state
> where paroli can be considered reliable soon.
> Information on how to run and use paroli can be found here
> We also have opened a new base for information, updates and bug tracking:
> The main part is a blog which we will use to inform of small changes,
> publish tutorials and interesting facts we discover along the road. The
> page also contains a rough overview of our goals and how we plan to get
> there, it is a bit scarce right now, but will be filled up
> continuously. We are hoping for your input via mail, irc, chat or
> comment fields on our blog.
> Our new bug tracker resides at http://www.paroli-project.org/trac . It
> is rather virgin up to now so we encourage you to test paroli and note
> your findings ;)
> We also moved our source repository which can now be found at:
> http://git.paroli-project.org/?p=paroli.git;a=summary 
Execuse me?! We changed from git.OM to here?
Why I don't know this anytime before?
> As you can see the paroli has great plans for 2009 and we hope some of
> you will join us and follow our efforts.
> /The paroli Team
> A rough overview about how this package differs from the last tichy package:
> Tichy migrated into paroli-core and is now a vital part of paroli.
> It is a slimmed down and more paroli focused version. Among other things
> EFL is now the default graphical library and the starting process has
> been optimized.Yaml was replaced with ParseConfig due to performance
> issues.Plus lots of other small, nifty details.
> checkout via git clone http://git.paroli-project.org/paroli.git
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