cjhandrew at gmail.com
Sat Jul 5 21:47:31 CEST 2008
Surely this is why we need to check all software/ hardware licences,
so we can concentrate our efforts on finding alternatives, in order to
make the device truly free.
2008/7/5 Jay Vaughan <jayv at synth.net>:
>> that's very sad to read! I just bought my FreeRunner just this week
>> I head on seeral talk that "all docs are free" (except GSM stack, I don't
>> and now this ?
> yeah, get over it though, if you make too big a deal out of it, the machine
> itself will probably break in your hands.
> for sure, the /software/ aspect of openmoko is more open than the hardware.
> such is the nature of all hardware.
>> oh well, I should have read the wiki more detailed before beleaving those
>> or are there any plans for a "solution" for this issue ??
> on gp2x, another arm was pressed into doing defacto 3d and it turned out
> great. i think the 3d accel unit on freerunner is borked by the
> memory/interface bottleneck, and it thus becomes impractical to use.
> Jay Vaughan
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