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I've got a debug-board if anyone bricks their neo and needs
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I moved all the content from a year ago to [[Openmoko Local Groups: Boston/old]].
to borrow it.  It took me nearly five days to make
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my first phone call!  I've got all the cross-development stuff
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working decently.  Ken Young, kyoung@cfa.harvard.edu)
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Trying to get the Neo on NEU campus ([[User:Compbrain|Will N]] <wan@nospamzplz.ccs.neu.edu>)
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== Boston Freerunner Users! ==
  
Yeah, I was pleasantly surprised to see at least four of the first 500 phones are coming to Boston.<br>
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There are eight of us, in Downtown Boston with a Freerunner. Of the 8, six of us are likely to do some hacking on it. Currently, 6 phones are running Qtopia, and two phones are running whatever comes out of the box, but likely to be flashed with Qtopia next week.
Like Cindy M, I sure wish I'd gone for faster shipping! -erik ([[User:Snowbiker|snowbiker]] at gmail)
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Yay! Mine came a day early. I have it booted, networked over usb, can dial out but no sound yet :) ([[User:Cindy M|Cindy]] at mottershead.us)
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Would other Freerunner users in the area be interested in a meetup? We have a conference room in our office and the ability to make large cups of reasonable tasting coffee.  
  
Cindy: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Getting_Started_with_your_Neo1973#Using_Audio and/or, launch alsamixer from the console, use the lowercase keyboard to navigate and un-mute the amp
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-- [[User:Mattl|Mattl]] 01:27, 4 September 2008 (UTC)
  
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I've got a Freerunner, and a neo1973, in Cambridge, and have written some code for them. I run 2007.2 on the neo1973, and 2008.8 on the FR, but will probably switch to FSO soon. I think a meetup would be fun.
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-- [[User:Dolson|Dolson]] 01:54, 4 September 2008 (UTC)
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I believe I'm one of the eight that are mentioned, and I'd be into it as well - I just wrote up my initial thoughts and what projects I am interested on working on at first on my user page (see following link). Oh, and if I was included in the 6 Qtopia, then -1 Qtopia / +1 Dual boot FSO / Debian+FSO :-)
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-- [[User:Djbclark|Djbclark]] 18:47, 7 September 2008 (UTC)
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I'm pretty sure I'm not in the 8 mentioned - but I am in metro-Boston. I'd be interested in a meetup. I run OM2008.8 now... but who knows for tomorrow. [[User:Candrews|Candrews]] 20:49, 11 September 2008 (UTC)
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I'm another Freerunner owner. I live in the Worcester area, but work in Waltham. I'm running 2008.8 most of the time, but have played with Debian, and may well switch once Illume is available on Debian. I've gotten a small Java app to run on my phone, but will probably end up hacking in Python or C.
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--[[User:Jancona|Jancona]] 21:23, 15 September 2008 (UTC)
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Latest revision as of 22:23, 15 September 2008

I moved all the content from a year ago to Openmoko Local Groups: Boston/old.

[edit] Boston Freerunner Users!

There are eight of us, in Downtown Boston with a Freerunner. Of the 8, six of us are likely to do some hacking on it. Currently, 6 phones are running Qtopia, and two phones are running whatever comes out of the box, but likely to be flashed with Qtopia next week.

Would other Freerunner users in the area be interested in a meetup? We have a conference room in our office and the ability to make large cups of reasonable tasting coffee.

-- Mattl 01:27, 4 September 2008 (UTC)

I've got a Freerunner, and a neo1973, in Cambridge, and have written some code for them. I run 2007.2 on the neo1973, and 2008.8 on the FR, but will probably switch to FSO soon. I think a meetup would be fun.

-- Dolson 01:54, 4 September 2008 (UTC)

I believe I'm one of the eight that are mentioned, and I'd be into it as well - I just wrote up my initial thoughts and what projects I am interested on working on at first on my user page (see following link). Oh, and if I was included in the 6 Qtopia, then -1 Qtopia / +1 Dual boot FSO / Debian+FSO :-)

-- Djbclark 18:47, 7 September 2008 (UTC)

I'm pretty sure I'm not in the 8 mentioned - but I am in metro-Boston. I'd be interested in a meetup. I run OM2008.8 now... but who knows for tomorrow. Candrews 20:49, 11 September 2008 (UTC)

I'm another Freerunner owner. I live in the Worcester area, but work in Waltham. I'm running 2008.8 most of the time, but have played with Debian, and may well switch once Illume is available on Debian. I've gotten a small Java app to run on my phone, but will probably end up hacking in Python or C.

--Jancona 21:23, 15 September 2008 (UTC)

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I've got a debug-board if anyone bricks their neo and needs to borrow it. It took me nearly five days to make my first phone call! I've got all the cross-development stuff working decently. Ken Young, kyoung@cfa.harvard.edu)

Trying to get the Neo on NEU campus (Will N <wan@nospamzplz.ccs.neu.edu>)

Yeah, I was pleasantly surprised to see at least four of the first 500 phones are coming to Boston.
Like Cindy M, I sure wish I'd gone for faster shipping! -erik (snowbiker at gmail)

Yay! Mine came a day early. I have it booted, networked over usb, can dial out but no sound yet :) (Cindy at mottershead.us)

Cindy: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Getting_Started_with_your_Neo1973#Using_Audio and/or, launch alsamixer from the console, use the lowercase keyboard to navigate and un-mute the amp