Announcements

Intel and Nokia announce the oFono project

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Forwarding this interesting announcement sent by Aki Niemi to the maemo-developers list: Intel and Nokia are pleased to jointly announce the oFono project(http://ofono.org), an open source project for developing an open sourcetelephony solution.oFono.org is a place to bring developers together around designing aninfrastructure for buildin... [More]

posted on 2009-05-12 06:46 UTC by Quim Gil. 0 comments.

Start developing widgets: The Maemo 5 Beta SDK is out

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  Nokia has released the Maemo 5 Beta SDK today enabling now also the development of widgets for the Maemo 5 Desktop. The Maemo 5 Beta SDK includes now also a first draft of the Development Manual. A new version of the Modest email client has been released both as open source project and as example of an application optimized for the Mae... [More]

posted on 2009-04-28 12:15 UTC by Quim Gil. 7 comments.

Developer call: Mozilla/Maemo Danish Weekend

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The Maemo and Mozilla projects are organizing a joint developer camp in Copenhagen the last weekend of May. If you are working on Fennec, Fennec add-ons or Maemo 5 applications this call is for you! The meeting is open and free, although registration is needed for planning purposes. WHENMay 30-31 + Friday night party (29th). WHEREIT Unive... [More]

posted on 2009-04-03 10:00 UTC by Quim Gil. 1 comments.

Media Application Framework moves to open development

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The Media Application Framework project has moved today to open development. This middleware component will make its debut in Maemo 5 as backend of the Media Player, and it is offered also to developers of media services and applications. You can read more about MAFW in the documentation and also in the Ars Technica review. MAFW had a fir... [More]

posted on 2009-03-25 12:05 UTC by Quim Gil. 2 comments.

Maemo 5 Alpha SDK released

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Today, Nokia introduced the Maemo 5 Alpha SDK including the new UI framework and APIs for application development. The redesigned Maemo UI provides a simple and beautiful experience with a finger based full screen context. Developers can now use hardware-accelerated 3D graphics at WVGA resolution. We recommend that developers writing ap... [More]

posted on 2009-03-02 11:25 UTC by Quim Gil. 3 comments.

Maemo Eclipse Integration 2nd Edition Alpha 2 released

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The Maemo Eclipse Integration 2nd Edition project has reached its second prerelease Alpha 2 targeting final release 2H2009.

Maemo Eclipse Integration 2nd Edition will offer the same functionality as 1st Edition released summer 2008 plus much more features to both ESBox and Pluthon plugins. In addition to the native C programming language Maemo Eclipse Integration fully supports both C++ and Python development environments. This Alpha 2 release supports Maemo D... [More]

posted on 2009-02-27 14:13 UTC by Jarmo Tikka. 0 comments.

Maemo 4.1 Diablo training material released

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Maemo team is happy to announce the availability of Maemo 4.1 Diablo training material. Maemo training courses provide an efficient overview of the tools and methodologies needed when developing applications and platform services to the Maemo platform. Using course material including hands-on exercises and examples, the participant will be able to write simple GUI applications and platform services that will integrate into the Maemo platform and the packaging framework.

Maemo training material has been planned to be used as class room training courses but material can be used also as selfstudy material. More information about maemo training material, course material itself and instructions how maemo community can contribute to the training material creation can be found from official maemo training pag... [More]

posted on 2009-02-27 06:33 UTC by Jarmo Tikka. 2 comments.

Maemo Community Council referenda: the results are in

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The voting is now closed in the Maemo Community Council referenda on election procedures for the upcoming and future Maemo Community Council elections. The provisional results , which will stand unless successfully challenged within the next 7 days, are as follows: Which of the following criteria do you want applied to the Maemo Community... [More]

posted on 2009-02-24 14:53 UTC by Dave Neary. 0 comments.