Openmoko Local Groups: Arizona

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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)
Mellon C, LISP, Python, etc. Waiting for the GTA01 Tucsin 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...
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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)
Mellon C, LISP, Python, etc. Waiting for the GTA01 Tucsin 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...