23rd of April 2008
techiem2: In Firefox 3 (beta 5 currently, though the issue has been in all I've tried so far), the navigation column shows up between the page content and the page footer instead of at the top next to the content as it should. I do like the latest update to the front page, it looks great.
17th of September 2007
mikl-dk: Triggered by the question whether every execution of an application is done by the root-user, I started to wondering about the security in OpenMoko in general. Actually I found very little - near to nothing - and I personally think that's inappropriate for this project. We simply have to focus very much on security so that isn't going to be a pitfall. So please, let's focus on this! If desired, I'll be glad to join such a task-force.
Additional Applications Portal
mikl-dk: Since OpenMoko is open and is (going to be very, very, very) popular, a positive problem with lots of third part application is going to arise: the quality can vary a lot. I know there is a projects-section of this portal, but that's targeted to the developers and not the end-users. Maybe it would be a idea to create a repository of recommended applications by the OpenMoko-team.
Tony guan 01:39, 14 September 2006 (UTC): Q: Dear all, who knows how to surf this wiki website without repeatly clicking the 'HomePage' and then going down to the page I want? Is there anything like 'Upper Layer'
Wiki Frontpage Facelift
Not sure who refactored the wiki's front page, but it looks awesome! Great job! == Anonymous
Yeah, much better, I like too. micktaiwan 22:03, 26 September 2007 (CEST)
Question about programming
If I wanted to learn how to write applications for the Neo1973, and have a couple years of C++ classes under my belt, where do I start? I'm not talking about creating a whole e-mail application or anything, but I know nothing about the software and how it operates. Thanks!
Question about Java programming
Geert Schuring: How can i help? Im a java programmer and would really like to get involved!
Huan: I'm a flight student with a CS degree and I don't have time to create and implement my own project. I am interested in developing and implementing encryption algorithms and other features to make openmoko users harder to track. If anyone has a project they need help on I can code, comment, and Debug. I also am familiar with UML specifically OOP in Java, C,++,#, Perl, I can even dive into the assembly. I use Eclipse as my primary development platform. If anyone could use a part time contributer to their project I would be honored to be a part.
is there any word on if the hardware will change from the dev version currently being offered, and the retail version in october?
Kalra asked on the main page :
i am an IT student from India , i have an experience of working on C,C++,Java now i want to join an open source project , can anybody please help , currently i am working on an image compression project. User:Kalra
I run a mediawiki site also, and am wondering if anyone knows of the skin on this site being available for use? I appreciate any ideas on this. Thanks.--[] 22:29, 7 September 2007 (CEST)
Other supported hardware (Sony Ericsson)
I have an old sony ericsson P800 that I would be willing to try OpenMoko on. How do I get started? I am a C++ programmer so technical stuff does not bother me. What do I read, where do look? Can I even think of using other hardware?
OpenMoko t-shirt ?
Should we add a section for OpenMoko stuff, like t-shirts, hats etc ? I found this link that offers OpenMoko t-shirts but they do not deliver in the U.S or Canada :( Dam dam dam ! http://211795.spreadshirt.net/en/DE/Shop/Article/Index/article/openmoko-logo-front-t-shirt-5189143
--Cribe 17:55, 5 November 2007 (CET)
OpenMoko t-shirt and stuff ?
Hi again, I was wondering who should contact if I want to use the openmoko logo to put on t-shirts, mouse pads etc ? I would like to give the profits to the openmoko cause...Anyone ???
Thanks --Cribe 06:17, 29 November 2007 (CET)
Google Phone, OpenHandset Alliance, and Android...
From what has been released so far, there seems to be quite an overlap: Linux based, open SDK, and a few years worth of development sunk into the project.
So, what's the impact on OpenMoko? Will OpenMoko end up being the open hardware side, or will the two projects compete, or will OpenMoko become redundant? Will OpenMoko join the OHA, and simply refine, brand, extend that platform?
Further, the OpenMoko Neo phone might be able to run the android software within weeks, so it could be the first phone available to the public running that software platform.
Somehow, there are lots of questions that should be answered.
I suggest include information about access to the Internet using the cell phone. It would include a USB port to connect the computer to the Internet, using HSPA data standards (3.5 and 3.75G). And the possibility include a WiFi port to connect to a WiFi Router, to share the Internet connection. --Mac 12:18, 30 November 2007 (CET)