wolfgang at openmoko.com
Thu Jul 31 08:47:19 CEST 2008
ASU will turn into OM 2008.8
Eventually FSO will turn into OM 2009 or so.
From Openmoko's perspective, it's one 'stream' of images, and we care
a lot about application compatibility. So for example for OM 2008.8,
we want all OM 2007.2 apps to work.
We want it to be easy for anybody to remove Qtopia from 2008.8
completely, and bring the GTK+ based telephony apps back. Ideally just
a few clicks in the Installer. Uninstall 'Qtopia', Install 'Poky'.
Something like that.
We are not there yet, but any help is appreciated and meanwhile we
continue to work in that direction ourselves.
On Jul 31, 2008, at 6:28 AM, Lon Lentz wrote:
> I would be curious to know what kind of developer numbers (non-OM
> employees) would provide support to a fork of OM2007.2 into a purely
> community driven project?
> Does everyone think 2007 is a dead path and that the ASU/FSO course
> is the only one to follow?
> On Sun, Jul 27, 2008 at 8:19 AM, Michael 'Mickey' Lauer
> <mickey at openmoko.org> wrote:
>> Openmoko does not actively develop OM2007.2, all resources are
>> going into ASU
>> (and the framework initiative). I think we should move to SHR once
>> they have
>> their first release. In the meantime, someone could/should drag all
>> Openmoko sources into a public Om project repository and continue
>> 2007.2 there. If that's going to happen, ping me and I'll change the
>> respective BitBake recipes in OE to pull from the new location.
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