Openmoko News
NeoLight v1.2.0 (Openmoko Application)

NeoLight turns your Neo into a flashlight. It flips the brightness up to full and displays a full-screen bright white rectangle. It is written in Python/Elementary. NeoLight was tested on SHR unstable only but should work with all FSO based distributions.

Features include:

Bright white or colored (red/green/blue/custom) screen
Brightness dimmer
Strobe light mode (with adjustable speed)
Just tap the top left/right corners of screen to dim brightness.
Changes in 1.2.0:
Speed up startup again (~2 seconds less), now it takes ~3 seconds.
Fixed a bug in “Custom Color”. It was impossible to set the red and the blue colors to 0.

News source: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Community_Updates/2009-10-14

http://code.google.com/p/neolight/

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evopedia v0.2.3 (Openmoko Application)

evopedia is a Wikipedia reader for offline use.

New features of this release:

faster search for new dumps
improved article map
GPS is used again
nice icons

News source: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Community_Updates/2009-10-14

http://reitwiessner.de/openmoko/evopedia.html

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fso-simplemixer (05-10-2009) (Openmoko Application)

Al Johnson made python mixer app that maps a single slider to multiple alsa channels, so you can have one slider for ‘Mic’ and another for ‘earpiece’. It’s based on Angus Ainslie’s fso-mixer, but using lookup tables for which channels to show in which scenario, and for mapping the single slider to multiple channels. It’s at proof of concept stage now, but should be as functional as fso-mixer. If you aren’t using stock ones it would be a good idea to back them up before using it just in case! Feedback would be welcome.

News source: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Community_Updates/2009-10-14

http://www.mazikeen.demon.co.uk/openmoko/

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QT Moko v14 (Openmoko OS)

QT Moko is a Debian-based distribution for the Openmoko Freerunner phone. Phone and user interface are based on QT Extended, formerly known as Qtopia. We have all Freerunner hardware working and also as a phone it should be very usable. Now we have a growing number of packages in the qtmoko-apps repository and also it is possible to access endless packages from Debian.

http://activationrecord.net/radekp/qtmoko/

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openBmap v0.4.0 (Openmoko Application)

openBmap provides a open map of all communicating objects.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/myposition/

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pisi v0.4.7 (Openmoko Application)

Pisi is an application (written in Python) for synchronizing all sorts of PIM data. Currently, mainly contacts from several sources may be synchronized. You can choose between GUI and Command Line Interface.

http://projects.openmoko.org/projects/pisi/

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pygpsconnect v0.2.3 (Openmoko Application)

Niccolo Rigacci udpated pygpsconnect to version 0.2.1. It’s a GUI to select the device connected to GPSD: Choose the internal GPS device or an external bluetooth antenna, display NMEA strings. Also control the power of internal GPS and bluetooth devices.

Release notes:

This new version works also on kernel versions >= 2.6.28, using the new sysfs paths.
A bug was fixed: restart the hcid daemon when bluetooth is required, because the daemon can be stopped e.g. after a suspend.

http://projects.openmoko.org/forum/forum.php?forum_id=1062

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pisi v0.4 (Openmoko Application)

Pisi is an application (written in Python) for synchronizing all sorts of PIM data. Currently, mainly contacts from several sources may be synchronized. You can choose between GUI and Command Line Interface.

Release notes:

The major enhancement this time is opimd support for contacts.

http://projects.openmoko.org/forum/forum.php?forum_id=1063

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PyRadio v0.2 (Openmoko Application)

TUI program in Python for receiver stream of internet radio. Config for radio stations is in /usr/share/pyradio/stations.csv

http://www.opkg.org/package_265.html

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PodCat v2.0 (Openmoko Application)

PodCat is a podcast player for OpenMoko.

The key usage assumptions for this media player are:

it must be finger-friendly
it is mainly used for listening to podcasts
the audio files are downloaded by a separate program
audio files can be deleted using the player
audio files are short (some minutes) and are normally deleted after listening
the player can be paused, skipped forward and backwards and so on

http://www.reitwiessner.de/openmoko/podcat.html

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