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New G(PE)² demo image and other nice things March 29, 2007

Posted by Florian in GPE, Maemo, Source.
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Yu Wu released a shiny new VMWare image with updated GPE Phone Edition stuff – now the email client application is included and there are several other bits and pieces fixed and updated. You can get the image from here. The release notes and changes are here.

Doesn’t it look promising? :-)

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While we are on topic: Philip van Hoof started a project creating an email client for small devices – of course its using Tinymail. Now I just need a little bit of free time – a decent email client for PDAs and cellphones would just rock!

What else do we have? I guess its too much to write about early in the morning. Some things that come to my mind are one nice new toy: A Xybernaut MA-V wearable computer (I found a short description here.) Then we have a heavily updated news aggregator at Linux-To-Go and some new releases like gpe-aerial 0.3.0 which should work with latest Prismstumbler prerelease as its backend and a new release of libgpewidget we should have done quite some time ago.

Time to get a little rest…

Comments»

1. anony - March 29, 2007

xp style! eww

2. Michael - March 29, 2007

Needs some Tango love! But looks awesome!

3. Marius Gedminas - March 29, 2007

If I saw this on a phone, I’d assume it was running Windows.

4. fl0rian - April 3, 2007

Okay yes, looks like we need to discuss this with the artists :-) I must admit that our experience with theming is limited anyway so any hint or help is very very welcome.


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