Today Last week I finally joined the Wikimedia Foundation , with my US visa renewed and all the bureaucratic requirements in place. I work at the Platform Engineering team, reporting to Sumana Harihareswara and having other (remote) neighbors like Guillaume Paumier , Chris McMachon and Andre Klapper (of GNOME & Maemo/MeeGo fame, what a coincidence!). I feel happy.
Sorry for the delay on these. I thought I'd posted them but apparently never hit the send button.
In an effort to provide increased transparency of the operation of Council, meeting minutes are being provided via the Community Council blog. Future meetings will also have full web transcripts via the maemo-meeting channel auto-logger. In an effort to provide increased transparency of the operation of Council, meeting minutes are being provided via the Community Council blog. Future meetings will also have full web transcripts via the #maemo-meeting auto-logger
/ 0 votes – 6 downloads Updated 2011-09-07 23:00 UTC – Stable Quality Free & Open Source license The Snuggle application uses the cell tower information to locate the geolocation coordinates. It captures the CellID parameters (available from the connected GSM network) and by using Google APIs translates those to locate your position in a map. Additional information on the usage, settings and implications can be found in the wiki page Author Christos Saturn Links Homepage
Jon spent a lot of time in the last weeks improving our documentation for Maliit . However, while documentation is good (and necessary), Jon thinks that examples are better
I went to San Francisco (US&A) to play Ping-Pong with Chris (I also recommend him as a tour guide – he knows the city). At the same time a conference took place. At the weekend’s preconference I discussed MeeGo L10N with Margie.
The new maemo.org community council has been installed… sudo apt-get install council-2011.1 …and we’ve spent some time discussing what we want to prioritize and accomplish this term
Well its been a while since my last post, I had to RMA my pandora, it took a couple weeks, It had one faulty SD slot, but this is all another story.
Front Page State of Maemo, Q1 2011 from the Community Council The Maemo community's fifth council will soon be stepping down and the sixth (for March – September 2011) will be elected. Tim Samoff , chair of the outgoing Maemo Community Council, has started wrapping up the current term whilst summarising the opportunities and challenges facing the Maemo community: “In conclusion, the Council would like to thank you, the Maemo Community, developers, end-users, and Nokia employees alike, for helping to make this a fun ride