A new hardware
Muthu Subramanian K
muthusuba at gmail.com
Mon Mar 8 17:00:49 CET 2010
We were looking at similar markets in India. Can somebody tell us how much
practically possible is it to manufacture (build) freerunner (replica or
with modifications/improvements) with the current open documentation
available (specifically hardware) from the downloads?
We have good software and marketing team but are yet to build a hardware
team - before which we were looking at the possibilities of building the
phone in India (outsourced/in house).
We would appreciate any kind of help/advice/direction/suggestion/... in this
Date: Sun, 07 Mar 2010 20:44:07 +0100
> From: Esben Damgaard <maillist at hvemder.dk>
> Subject: Re: A new hardware
> To: Visti Andresen <talpa at talpa.dk>
> Cc: devel at lists.openmoko.org
> Message-ID: <4B940207.5010806 at hvemder.dk>
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> Visti Andresen skrev:
> > On Mon, 01 Mar 2010 11:37:55 +0100
> > Esben Damgaard <maillist at hvemder.dk> wrote:
> >> http://www.ziilabs.com/products/platforms/ziitrinity.aspx
> > Interesting hardware, however how open is the hardware?
> > I'm currently waiting for my developer sign-up confirmation,
> > after that I am looking forward to seeing that kind of docs I can
> > But I remain quite pessimistic...
> I don't know how open it is, but they do have Linux drivers, and maybe
> Openmoko could get the source.
> But it's just a thought, where the point is that Openmoko should not
> give up. They could look in to how to easily get some new hardware out
> There is still a demand (unknown of size) that want free phones, and the
> current attempt (Freerunner) was simply not good enough. I just hope
> that something would happen on the hardware side again.
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