wap browser? any better one than wApua?

Jose Manrique Lopez de la Fuente jsmanrique at gmail.com
Sat Jan 27 03:43:07 CET 2007

WAP 2.0 supports XHTML-Basic and XHTML-Mobile Profile, so use a XHTML
browser instead...

Old WML is dead!

2007/1/26, Robert Michel <openmoko at robertmichel.de>:
> Salve!
> In Germany is the using of wap pages quite expensive¹
> and unpopulare (You better by a news paper then reading
> some wap pages) and I would use elinks on my server
> remotly instead of using a wap proxy, but I think a
> wap browser would be interesting for some user :)
> With atp-cache search and a look on freshmeat.net I
> found only wApua:
> http://fsinfo.cs.uni-sb.de/~abe/wApua/About.html
> I installed it on my system (Debian) and try to use
> http://wap.bahn.de - the wap page of the German railway,
> but I couldn't fill in Station Name and Time... so
> it was not successfully.
> Searching for Zaurus "wap browser" let me find the Java
> browser Wapaka
> http://www.digitalairways.com/daw/wpkaboutmidlet.jsp
> not tested yet...
> Do you know another wap browser?
> Greetings,
> rob
> PS: Some GSM provider offers a GPRS data pack with e.g. 10 MB.
>     I had once such a data pack, but the provider conted the
>     connection as wap-click - every page count with 5 or 10 Cent!
>     10 pages=more expensive than a coffe or a news paper!
>     They argued this would be because I use an old browser...
>     hallo?
>     OpenMoko will allows to use a VPN than you are free from
>     such bad tricks...
>     And BTW AFAIK every GSM-provider beside T-Mobile use a NAT
>     or firewall so communication could be started with incomming
>     connections - this avoid that someone send you traffic for fun
>     and you have to pay for it.
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