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First LiPS Forum standards released June 11, 2007

Posted by Florian in GPE, Maemo, Source.

After several unpleasant topics I have good news again:

The LiPS Forum just released their first set of standards to the public. These include the LiPS Reference Model, Address Book and Voice Call backends and user interface service specifications. The most interesting fact here is that these are based on… GTK 2.x.
The full announcement can be found at the website of the LiPS Forum here.

This is a quite important step for our GPE Phone Edition project which works on an Open Source implementation of these standards and of course for the development of Linux based phones in general too.

LiPS is an industry consortium which defines standards for mobile phones based on Linux and related Open Source solutions. In the current members list we find some quite well known companies in the Open Source landscape.


1. lldfraneq - September 27, 2007

Amerikanische Firma „ACG Logistics“ sucht nach Mitarbeiter in Europa fuer die Arbeit im Logistikbereich. Interessanter Job mit guter Verdienstmoeglichkeit.

Schicken Sie bitte Ihre Bewerbung an info@acglogistics.biz

2. georgetui - October 12, 2007

Great forum!
I found a lot of interesting information here.
Does this forum helpful for you also?

3. spoihoory - February 15, 2008

Just discovered a complete list of all marked down products at Amazon, sorted by category
and % off, ranging from 50% off to 90% off (thanks Sonja for the effort).

Actually I never thought Amazon would have articles with 90% off, but only in the category
Electronics there are more than 3000 of them – look for yourself, the list is on
Bargain Hunter (which is a blog of a woman who specializes in finding good deals at
Amazon, like Britain’s “Jeanie”).

4. Kkpppjzi - December 13, 2008


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