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- I brought two GTA01 platforms to a local [http://linux-gatineau.org/ Linux user group in Gatineau] and I briefly described the project to the attendees. --[[User:Jmichel|Jmichel]] 15:22, 27 February 2008 (CET)
 
- I brought two GTA01 platforms to a local [http://linux-gatineau.org/ Linux user group in Gatineau] and I briefly described the project to the attendees. --[[User:Jmichel|Jmichel]] 15:22, 27 February 2008 (CET)
  
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- I created a simple debugging tool, [[openmoko-debugtool]] to do the common tasks that used to require to write commands in the console. This helped me a lot when using the phone away from my computer. --[[User:Jmichel|Jmichel]] 20:10, 16 March 2008 (CET)
  
  
 
jean-michel DOT bouffard AT crc DOT ca
 
jean-michel DOT bouffard AT crc DOT ca

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I'm working in the Radio Broadcast Systems group at the Communications Research Center in Ottawa, Canada

We are the owner of two GTA01 kits (one base and one advanced) that we received in September 2007 but I just started to play with them in November 2007. My goal is to integrate broadcast applications and hardware to open telecommunication platforms such as OpenMoko and the Neo1973 phone.

This project was called OpenMokast to represent the idea of Open Mobile Broadcasting. The first step is to port a software player for DAB/DMB radio and to use a USB DAB receiver on the Neo1973.

I'm usually on the #openmoko IRC channel (look for jmichel)


Other contributions:

- I brought two GTA01 platforms to a local Linux user group in Gatineau and I briefly described the project to the attendees. --Jmichel 15:22, 27 February 2008 (CET)

- I created a simple debugging tool, openmoko-debugtool to do the common tasks that used to require to write commands in the console. This helped me a lot when using the phone away from my computer. --Jmichel 20:10, 16 March 2008 (CET)


jean-michel DOT bouffard AT crc DOT ca

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I'm working in the Radio Broadcast Systems group at the Communications Research Center in Ottawa, Canada

We are the owner of two GTA01 kits (one base and one advanced) that we received in September 2007 but I just started to play with them in November 2007. My goal is to integrate broadcast applications and hardware to open telecommunication platforms such as OpenMoko and the Neo1973 phone.

This project was called OpenMokast to represent the idea of Open Mobile Broadcasting. The first step is to port a software player for DAB/DMB radio and to use a USB DAB receiver on the Neo1973.

I'm usually on the #openmoko IRC channel (look for jmichel)


Other contributions:

- I brought two GTA01 platforms to a local Linux user group in Gatineau and I briefly described the project to the attendees. --Jmichel 15:22, 27 February 2008 (CET)

- I created a simple debugging tool, openmoko-debugtool to do the common tasks that used to require to write commands in the console. This helped me a lot when using the phone away from my computer. --Jmichel 20:10, 16 March 2008 (CET)


jean-michel DOT bouffard AT crc DOT ca