Mobile Java Platform
Terrence Barr - Evangelist, Java Mobile & Embedded
Terrence.Barr at Sun.COM
Thu Feb 1 15:33:32 CET 2007
Absolutely, Java SE would be great to have on the Neo. That's the
power of the concept ... whatever you need on the Neo - just install
it and be happy ;-)
A challenge will be to ensure the Java ME or SE ports are continuously
maintained between OE and the phoneME project.
PS: phoneME is pronounced "fone-me", for phone and Java ME).
Christopher Heiny wrote:
> [I've snipped a lot of Terrence's email, mainly because I'm agreeing with
> most of what he says]
> On Wednesday 31 January 2007 02:17, Terrence Barr - Evangelist, Java Mobile
> & Embedded scribbled in crayon on the back of a kid's menu:
>> Based on the specs of Neo 1973 I believe Java SE is possible
>> but it would probably tax the system quite a bit so I think
>> it is not a slam dunk.
> I agree with that, but it might good to get it integrated with OpenMoko (or
> at least plan to), because certainly a more powerful platform than the
> Neo1973 will come along that takes advantage of OpenMoko. It would be nice
> to be ready.
> However, as you point out in the snipped portions of the message, the effort
> to do this port is unknown.
> Additionally, I think JME is more likely to be of use to propective service
> providers and manufacturers thinking of using OpenMoko. There are good
> existing ports of ME around that we can work with.
> So anyway, I agree that phoneMe (is that pronounce fone-me or foneem?) is
> the way to go first. But I'd like us to keep an eye out for opportunities
> to move up to JSE.
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