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Period 2009-10-29 to 2009-11-11
NeronGPS is a GPS application developped for QTExtended 4.4.3 on OpenMoko Neo Freerunner.
A simple perl script that plays a youtube video depending on a searchstring
A computer version of the well-known electronic game named Simon
A mathematical puzzle game that will challenge your mental math abilities!
pidgin-vibr is a plugin for Pidgin and other applications based on libpurple running on Openmoko's `Neo' series of smartphones. pidgin-vibr allows the Neo's vibrator to be used to notify the user of various IM events, such as incoming messages, buddy-logons. It does this via the freesmartphone.org D-Bus API.
Babiloo is a offline dictionaries reader.
|Unofficial gvSIG Mobile 0.1.5
A GPS-enabled, projection-aware mapping app. Supports WMS, ArcIMS, tile services (OSM, etc) and shapefiles. The new feature consists in performing vector synchronization (therefore edition) with a remote PostGIS database.
Launcher provides an elegant way of grouping and launching applications. It features events notification too - missed calls and messages at the moment. It also has built in apps for contacts, sms and phonelog. Changes
tangogps is an easy to use, fast and lightweight mapping application for use with or without GPS. OPK for SHR is in Testing and Unstable feeds. The new features include:
Simple Qt based stopwatch. Origonal code was written by Christof Musik, and recently submitted to opkg.org by Roelant. Install instructions can be found on opkg org (link below)
- The last patch needed to boot the Freerunner landed in Linux right before 2.6.32-rc6. While support for many features present in the modified versions of Linux running on most Freerunners still is missing it is verified to boot.
- Thommas Zimmerman wrote a great summary of what is going on in SHR land for those that aren't reading the SHR mailing lists. You can read full thread here.
- Matthias Breuel and Michael Tansella did a research project with the openmoko at the KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) in Germany. They developed a Indoor navigation system with the Freerunner in C++/Qt. You can see a picture from the BNN newspaper here. They want to thank the great support received from the Openmoko community. Special thanks go to Andy(-tracking) who solved some Acc Kernel troubles over night and Mickey+ (freesmartphone team) whose dbus services did the low level programming for us.
- Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote accelerometer plugin for fsodeviced. It will ease getting accelerometers data just by using DBUS. Instructions how to get and use it are here.