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When you have integrated/rewritten an article, please update the old wiki with clear information that you have moved the information, so others do not update the old page.
 
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== IRC ==
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There is always a good group in the IRC channel #openmoko. If you aren't an IRC-er, you might want to review the discussions anyways:
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Current 24h live log is always at:
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http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs/openmoko.txt
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Previous 24h log is always at:
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http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs/openmoko-prev.txt
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Archives back to 29 November 2006 at:
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http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs/openmoko/
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Courtesy of the NSLU2-Linux project.
  
 
=== Useful content that should be transfered ===
 
=== Useful content that should be transfered ===

Revision as of 22:07, 17 September 2007

Contents

Wiki

The old community wiki is at http://www.linuxtogo.org/gowiki/OpenMoko/, since the release of the official wiki at http://wiki.openmoko.org/, it should no longer be used for OpenMoko. Please help integrating the content of the old wiki into this wiki. Please note that you cannot just copy from the old wiki, as the old wiki is (unfortunately) not clearly licensed and the content on this wiki is licensed under GNU FDL. You will instead need to rewrite the articles.

When you have integrated/rewritten an article, please update the old wiki with clear information that you have moved the information, so others do not update the old page.

IRC

There is always a good group in the IRC channel #openmoko. If you aren't an IRC-er, you might want to review the discussions anyways:

Current 24h live log is always at:

http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs/openmoko.txt

Previous 24h log is always at:

http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs/openmoko-prev.txt

Archives back to 29 November 2006 at:

http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs/openmoko/


Courtesy of the NSLU2-Linux project.

Useful content that should be transfered

FAQ about the whole project

Software ideas

Hardware stuff

Content used on OpenMoko

Coding instructions

Other useful stuff

Development news

Developer news of progress being made on OpenMoko.

Discussions

I hope this is the page intended for discussing wiki contents.

User's Manual

An user manual should be created for non geeks. I mean one of those small books you get when you buy a new phone. They are full of pictures, describe basic steps of phone usage and are translated into as many languages as possible.

The wiki is a mess, somebody should suggest a structure easier to navigate.

I do not see a point in translating developer pages in other languages than English, but this is subjective.

--Iztok.jeras 10:56, 23 May 2007 (CEST)

I am French, but I don't see a point either in translating the developer manual. Mickael.

My mother language is Spanish. I think that a developer manual written in English is enough -no need for translation to other languages. Raul.

I have the same idea, but, its free for translate to other laguages. Freddy

I am French, I think that a basic manual for non-geek could be a good idea…

Personal tools

Contents

Wiki

The old community wiki is at http://www.linuxtogo.org/gowiki/OpenMoko/, since the release of the official wiki at http://wiki.openmoko.org/, it should no longer be used for OpenMoko. Please help integrating the content of the old wiki into this wiki. Please note that you cannot just copy from the old wiki, as the old wiki is (unfortunately) not clearly licensed and the content on this wiki is licensed under GNU FDL. You will instead need to rewrite the articles.

When you have integrated/rewritten an article, please update the old wiki with clear information that you have moved the information, so others do not update the old page.

IRC

There is always a good group in the IRC channel #openmoko. If you aren't an IRC-er, you might want to review the discussions anyways:

Current 24h live log is always at:

http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs/openmoko.txt

Previous 24h log is always at:

http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs/openmoko-prev.txt

Archives back to 29 November 2006 at:

http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs/openmoko/


Courtesy of the NSLU2-Linux project.

Useful content that should be transfered

FAQ about the whole project

Software ideas

Hardware stuff

Content used on OpenMoko

Coding instructions

Other useful stuff

Development news

Developer news of progress being made on OpenMoko.

Discussions

I hope this is the page intended for discussing wiki contents.

User's Manual

An user manual should be created for non geeks. I mean one of those small books you get when you buy a new phone. They are full of pictures, describe basic steps of phone usage and are translated into as many languages as possible.

The wiki is a mess, somebody should suggest a structure easier to navigate.

I do not see a point in translating developer pages in other languages than English, but this is subjective.

--Iztok.jeras 10:56, 23 May 2007 (CEST)

I am French, but I don't see a point either in translating the developer manual. Mickael.

My mother language is Spanish. I think that a developer manual written in English is enough -no need for translation to other languages. Raul.

I have the same idea, but, its free for translate to other laguages. Freddy

I am French, I think that a basic manual for non-geek could be a good idea…