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Revision as of 00:19, 3 May 2007

Welcome to the OpenMoko public Wiki
For other languages see the bottom of this page.

frontside

OpenMoko is an Open Source project to create the world's first free mobile phone operating system.

The OpenMoko project is a community that anyone can join, and help to design their ideal phone.

The Neo1973 from FIC is the first of many phones that OpenMoko will run on.

The long term goal of OpenMoko is that phone software will no longer be tied to one phone. You can buy any compatible phone, and install any software over the whole range of phones. If you upgrade your phone, you don't lose the software. Bugs fixed on one phone are fixed on all.

Please join us in collaborating on the OpenMoko project through any of the project resources including the OpenMoko wiki. Please see the wiki editing help page for information on making contributions to this wiki. A core team of developers funded by FIC, Inc. leads the project.

An introduction page is available. The page has both photos and videos available. Moreover, the usual Frequently Asked Questions, FAQ, page might be helpful. Developers may find the daily software change log an important resource.

The members of the OpenMoko community would like to thank FIC Inc. for showing leadership and initiating the OpenMoko project.


Contents

OpenMoko Areas of Interest

Developer's Documentation

Hands-on Guides

Hardware Reference Documentation

Software Reference Documentation

  • Architectural
  • neo1973 host software
  • Device Software
    • Low-Level
      • u-boot - The bootloader we use, including documentation for our modifications
      • kernel - The Linux kernel we use, including documentation for our modifications
    • Userspace
      • gsmd - the GSM daemon managing the GSM Modem
      • gpsd - the AGPS (Assisted GPS) daemon

OpenMoko

User Interface Related

Misc. Development Related

Administrative / Organizational

  • Shipping Notes - Information to help FIC figure out how to ship products to you, and how much it might cost.
  • My Account - Ideas for what sort of account-based services FIC should provide with the phone.

Miscellaneous


Personal tools

Welcome to the OpenMoko public Wiki
For other languages see the bottom of this page.

frontside

OpenMoko is an Open Source project to create the world's first free mobile phone operating system.

The OpenMoko project is a community that anyone can join, and help to design their ideal phone.

The Neo1973 from FIC is the first of many phones that OpenMoko will run on.

The long term goal of OpenMoko is that phone software will no longer be tied to one phone. You can buy any compatible phone, and install any software over the whole range of phones. If you upgrade your phone, you don't lose the software. Bugs fixed on one phone are fixed on all.

Please join us in collaborating on the OpenMoko project through any of the project resources including the OpenMoko wiki. Please see the wiki editing help page for information on making contributions to this wiki. A core team of developers funded by FIC, Inc. leads the project.

An introduction page is available. The page has both photos and videos available. Moreover, the usual Frequently Asked Questions, FAQ, page might be helpful. Developers may find the daily software change log an important resource.

The members of the OpenMoko community would like to thank FIC Inc. for showing leadership and initiating the OpenMoko project.


OpenMoko Areas of Interest

Developer's Documentation

Hands-on Guides

Hardware Reference Documentation

Software Reference Documentation

  • Architectural
  • neo1973 host software
  • Device Software
    • Low-Level
      • u-boot - The bootloader we use, including documentation for our modifications
      • kernel - The Linux kernel we use, including documentation for our modifications
    • Userspace
      • gsmd - the GSM daemon managing the GSM Modem
      • gpsd - the AGPS (Assisted GPS) daemon

OpenMoko

User Interface Related

Misc. Development Related

Administrative / Organizational

  • Shipping Notes - Information to help FIC figure out how to ship products to you, and how much it might cost.
  • My Account - Ideas for what sort of account-based services FIC should provide with the phone.

Miscellaneous