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new to OpenMoko, with passion for opensource, I'm really exited about this project :)
 
new to OpenMoko, with passion for opensource, I'm really exited about this project :)
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== Notes ==
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Some things I found out about while playing around with OpenMoko
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=== FeedReader ===
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I searched for a while how to add my own feeds to the Feedreader and finally found that the feeds are currently '''hardcoded in ''src/feed-configuration.c'' ''' in FeedReader's sources. If you want to add your own feeds, you add to change this file and recompile feedreader - be sure to use an overlay or you changes will get lost next time you sync.

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new to OpenMoko, with passion for opensource, I'm really exited about this project :)


Notes

Some things I found out about while playing around with OpenMoko

FeedReader

I searched for a while how to add my own feeds to the Feedreader and finally found that the feeds are currently hardcoded in src/feed-configuration.c in FeedReader's sources. If you want to add your own feeds, you add to change this file and recompile feedreader - be sure to use an overlay or you changes will get lost next time you sync.

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new to OpenMoko, with passion for opensource, I'm really exited about this project :)


Notes

Some things I found out about while playing around with OpenMoko

FeedReader

I searched for a while how to add my own feeds to the Feedreader and finally found that the feeds are currently hardcoded in src/feed-configuration.c in FeedReader's sources. If you want to add your own feeds, you add to change this file and recompile feedreader - be sure to use an overlay or you changes will get lost next time you sync.