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Re: your note about GPS work. Thanks. Will do. As soon as my phone gets here the first task for me is to see if I can get the GPS working. I'll send (or post) a note when that happens. Kevinh 05:54, 16 July 2007 (CEST)


Re: Fingerinput.

I have the emulator and dev environment setup done. Now experimenting with the system.

Currently I only have the sdl based demo sw. It would be nice if sdl was available in openmoko, so the demo could be compiled in. cg 12:16, 10 August 2007 (CEST)


I'm sorry; I don't remember the specifics of the Scribble page now. I remember it was something to let you take graphical notes on GPS, but I can't find the page you were referring to.

I haven't done much more with GPS. All I've done so far are some simple scripts to translate a route into normalized coordinates to display on a map, one that monitors your distance from a starting point, that sort of thing. I have been using Navit.

I think my next step with the GPS is to profile Pyroute some and see if I can get it working at a usable speed. I planned to put any improvements within Pyroute, assuming I can get it working reasonably on the neo. -- User:Wurp

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Re: your note about GPS work. Thanks. Will do. As soon as my phone gets here the first task for me is to see if I can get the GPS working. I'll send (or post) a note when that happens. Kevinh 05:54, 16 July 2007 (CEST)


Re: Fingerinput.

I have the emulator and dev environment setup done. Now experimenting with the system.

Currently I only have the sdl based demo sw. It would be nice if sdl was available in openmoko, so the demo could be compiled in. cg 12:16, 10 August 2007 (CEST)


I'm sorry; I don't remember the specifics of the Scribble page now. I remember it was something to let you take graphical notes on GPS, but I can't find the page you were referring to.

I haven't done much more with GPS. All I've done so far are some simple scripts to translate a route into normalized coordinates to display on a map, one that monitors your distance from a starting point, that sort of thing. I have been using Navit.

I think my next step with the GPS is to profile Pyroute some and see if I can get it working at a usable speed. I planned to put any improvements within Pyroute, assuming I can get it working reasonably on the neo. -- User:Wurp