Openmoko Local Groups: Arizona
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Revision as of 10:11, 1 July 2008
Welcome to the Arizona OpenMoko page!
This group is for anyone in Arizona.
|Name||Skills||Level of Interest||Location||Other|
|Matt Mets||C Programming, Hardware Hacking||Ordered the GTA01Bv4||Chandler||Interested in driver development, learning some more complex embedded programming|
|Richard Reichenbacher||C Programming, Java||Ordered the GTA01Bv4||Tucson||Nothing inparticular|
|Jeff Andros||C, Java, Perl, Bash, some others (I'm not willing to own up to PHP)||Order #1822||East Mesa||interested in low level development, Bike/Training applications, predictive answering(not having to remember to turn on/off silent) (keep me away from UI design: I could be the character model for dilbert's "interface poisoning" series)|
|Ted Lemon||C, LISP, Python, etc.||GTA01 with Debug board (let me know if you need help unbricking your GTA01)||Tucson||Very interested in getting the UI right, also some domain-specific PIM apps and Mac OS X syncing/general interoperability. And of course I plan to do all my coding on the machine in a LISP/Scheme variant lately called Otter, but we'll see how that goes...|
|Shawn Rutledge||Scheme, C, C++, QT, low-level graphics stuff, Bluetooth, etc.||Got my GTA01 and debug board||Phoenix||Working on a Scheme-based distributed "meta" UI system (think NeWS but more abstractly specified, and implemented with Chicken Scheme). Currently I work on this on a Zaurus SL6000; will try to make it portable to several platforms, with this phone being a high-importance one. Implementation is still in very early stages though.|
|Wes Shull||Python, Qt, trying (J)Ocaml, C when it can't be avoided, Tcl, Perl, assembly, and lots of other stuff once upon a time but not lately||planning on getting a GTA02, willing to front a group buy||Tucson||Despite embedded background, more interested in a working open platform that I can unify geodatabase/GSM/VoIP/messaging on (replacing separate PDA/phone/GPS and possibly walkie-talkie) with a *sane* programming environment (yay PyQt!)|