Talk:Buzz or not

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In some wikipages, the history really is the best :-)
 
In some wikipages, the history really is the best :-)
 
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This will certainly help to document if applying a fix helped to solve a problem or not. Will also help to contact people to duplicate problems so CND becomes less of an issue. [Rakshat]

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Who is "WE"? On OM-HW-EE side this poll isn't considered helpful, as it contains no info whatsoever about actual network-situation (which is widely assumed to be the cause of buzz appearing in a particular situation). Please note the original poster seems not affiliated to OM technical staff, and we (OM) might eventually ask our customers to support a different poll. Also note there's a rework paper to fix buzz, a non-verified draft for now [jOERG]


We, I like to think, are the people who are having a problem using the FreeRunner as a phone. If you want to put up an official OpenMoko poll/questionnaire please do so, but can you make it quick? Tel us how people who can't handle a soldering tool in a professional way can fix their phones. [Michel an OpenMoko customer and believer that a phone can be open source]


Finding a way to fix by starting a poll? Hmm, maybe like this:

Country ZIP code skills and willing to help (Y), need help(N) contact (mail, IRC)
D 90429 Y max. 10 devices per week. Take beer ;-) joerg@openmoko.org

Hi, you said "and we (OM) might eventually ask our customers to support a different poll" if the above is an offical OM poll then there maybe some humor left at openmoko.org :) Allthough I think the poll I started (after Steve Mosher from openmoko.com sugested it) is a bit more helpfull in solving it, or at least give some sort of overview, then in providing you with beer :) [Michel]


I prefer the beer though, as I don't see the "solving it" coming from the original poll. Overview is relative, you will find most people don't even know what band they're ACTUALLY on, and all this has been discussed thoroughly on mailing list.

Well it's up to you, I'm really curious about the results we will see from this.

In some wikipages, the history really is the best :-) /jOERG


This will certainly help to document if applying a fix helped to solve a problem or not. Will also help to contact people to duplicate problems so CND becomes less of an issue. [Rakshat]

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Who is "WE"? On OM-HW-EE side this poll isn't considered helpful, as it contains no info whatsoever about actual network-situation (which is widely assumed to be the cause of buzz appearing in a particular situation). Please note the original poster seems not affiliated to OM technical staff, and we (OM) might eventually ask our customers to support a different poll. Also note there's a rework paper to fix buzz, a non-verified draft for now [jOERG]


We, I like to think, are the people who are having a problem using the FreeRunner as a phone. If you want to put up an official OpenMoko poll/questionnaire please do so, but can you make it quick? Tel us how people who can't handle a soldering tool in a professional way can fix their phones. [Michel an OpenMoko customer and believer that a phone can be open source]


Finding a way to fix by starting a poll? Hmm, maybe like this:

Country ZIP code skills and willing to help (Y), need help(N) contact (mail, IRC)
D 90429 Y max. 10 devices per week. Take beer ;-) joerg@openmoko.org

Hi, you said "and we (OM) might eventually ask our customers to support a different poll" if the above is an offical OM poll then there maybe some humor left at openmoko.org :) Allthough I think the poll I started (after Steve Mosher from openmoko.com sugested it) is a bit more helpfull in solving it, or at least give some sort of overview, then in providing you with beer :) [Michel]


I prefer the beer though, as I don't see the "solving it" coming from the original poll. Overview is relative, you will find most people don't even know what band they're ACTUALLY on, and all this has been discussed thoroughly on mailing list.

Well it's up to you, I'm really curious about the results we will see from this.

In some wikipages, the history really is the best :-) /jOERG


This will certainly help to document if applying a fix helped to solve a problem or not. Will also help to contact people to duplicate problems so CND becomes less of an issue. [Rakshat]