Getting involved - maemo.org wiki
The Maemo community is an active one, and there are lots of areas to get involved and help out. This is an overview of a few of those areas and how to get involved. As you will get more involved, you will see your karma. Level rise, and your name will climb the Maemo community karma list. There are many ways to get involved with maemo.org and its development. Once you create a Maemo profile. And maemo.org news items. And you will be able to edit pages in the wiki. Is an excellent place to start if you're...
Testing Squad - maemo.org wiki
What is a Testing Squad? How everybody can help. How to join the Testing Squad. How Testing Squad works. Packages marked for demotion. Do I need special skills to become a tester? How to test applications properly? The application has a usable but very ugly UI, should I thumb it down? The application has no bugtracker, or an invalid one, should I thumb it down? How should I decide if a bugtracker link is valid? I found a critical bug during testing, what should I do? Where to report bugs? If you don't fe...
flux: December 2007
Friday, 21 December 2007. It was a very good year. And it's not even over yet). The end is nigh - the shortest day of the year. Next week, I'll be spending some time in the lovely city of Amsterdam. Enjoying various Christmas-related festivities. No matter how nice it is here, it will be good to leave Helsinki behind for a couple of days, and do something. At last, the OS2008-images. Have been published. A big. Improvement, I should say, and there should be little reason not. Old, we have a. Post We rece...
flux: January 2008
Saturday, 26 January 2008. Like many people, I get. Of e-mail every day, and I spend a very substantial part of my time processing them. In order to keep things under control, I'm following a number of practices, which I'll describe in the following. As with most good ideas, it's not my own idea - it's inspired by a time-management method called. GTD) More about that later. So how to become in control of our e-mail again (instead of the other way around)? End the working day with an empty inbox. To forge...
flux: February 2008
Monday, 25 February 2008. I've returned to Helsinki after visiting the FOSDEM. Conference in Brussels. Before anything else, I'd like to thank and compliment the organizers for creating a great conference. And not just the organizers, all the volunteers that made it another great FOSDEM. The amount of work that goes into something like this cannot be overestimated, and it all went very smooth. If anything, it was. Succesful, so many people. Although there was some delay (Murphy! Anyway, overall FOSDEM ma...
maemo.org team - maemo.org wiki
Community processes and documentation. Among other things, Niels is the administrator of the Maemo servers. Docmaster from May 2008 - December 2010:. Dave was in the role of docmaster until December 2010, and is still active in Maemo and MeeGo. The goal of the docmaster is to enable co-production of documentation. By removing any barriers and by organising the community around that goal. The ongoing tasks of the docmaster are:. Tracking of documentation bugs in Bugzilla. Updating maemo.org sites. The pri...
maemo.org - Community
Random members of the Maemo community. Recent posts on maemo-developers. Re: http:/ maemo.org/community/maemo-developers defect? Posted 06/01/13 23:06:56 by Win7 Mac. Http:/ maemo.org/community/maemo-developers defect? Posted 06/01/13 22:21:30 by Joerg Reisenweber. Posted 12/19/12 14:05:13 by aidy lewis. Re: information required to replace Maemo5 wlan bits. Posted 12/01/12 12:27:42 by Pali Rohár. Learn more about the community. See what others are developing and contribute your own code.
PyMaemo — Get Involved
Python for Maemo (PyMaemo for short) was brought to the public at end of 2005 by INdT. It is the result of an effort to provide Python. Programming language support on Maemo. You can use the PyMaemo list. To ask your question or search in your archives for some questions answered in the past. Can be used for reporting issues or sending patches to existing bugs or new features. Be part of this growing community! Get in contact with PyMaemo community through mailing list or #pymaemo.
A small present/preview from the developer platform team | Maemo DP team blog
Maemo DP team blog. A small present/preview from the developer platform team. December 22, 2009 at 16:04 Posted in Uncategorized. The holiday season is here, and we have a small present for you! It’s a tech preview called Madde. A cross-compilation toolkit for Maemo5. Madde runs on Linux, Windows and Mac, choose your flavour. Madde is a command line tool, but the documentation. Should clarify how to get started and answer the most common questions. We would like to hear what you think of it though! The t...