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Meeblip, The Open Source, Hackable Digital Hardware Synth

Meeblip, The Open Source, Hackable Digital Hardware Synth

Making music, making blips and bleeps, turning knobs, plugging in keyboards, and having the freedom to modify your gear – these are good things. And that’s why I’m so excited that today is the day the MeeBlip launches. It’s been several years in development, but now it’s finally here. It’s a hardware box that makes noises – virtual analog synth […]

November 9, 2010 · 1 comment · Hardware Profiles

The MeeGo Progress Report: A+ or D-?

The end of October saw the release of MeeGo 1.1, the second major milestone release of the platform since it burst onto the scenes in February 2010. The MeeGo project was born under the auspices of the Linux Foundation from a merging of Nokia’s Maemo platform, targeting smart phones, and Intel’s moblin platforms, aimed at netbooks. The merger grew from […]

November 7, 2010 · 0 comments · Commentary
Benefits of the MeeGo Software Platform

Benefits of the MeeGo Software Platform

The MeeGo open source project is unique in that it offers benefits to everyone in the ecosystem starting from the developer all the way up to the operator and the industry as a whole. Meego allows participants to get involved and contribute to an industry-wide evolution towards richer devices, to rapidly address opportunities and to focus on differentiation in their […]

November 6, 2010 · 2 comments · Commentary, MeeGo

Introduction to Web Runtime on MeeGo

In this article I provide a brief description of the Web Runtime on MeeGo and then try to get you up and hacking code as fast as possible with the fewest number of setup steps. Coding for the Web Runtime on MeeGo is very easy and requires only a MeeGo operating system image, the web runtime packages and a text […]

November 5, 2010 · 1 comment · MeeGo

Android App Permissions Dissected

Based on our recent research and feedback from our users, we know that Android permissions can sometimes be confusing. Often it is hard to tell what data apps are accessing on your phone and why they are accessing it. In this post we explain what permissions are and why developers ask for them. We want you to feel more knowledgeable […]

November 5, 2010 · 0 comments · Commentary

FSF position on GPLv2 & current App Store terms

This was written by Brett smith on the VLC development mailing list. Brett is the Licensing Compliance Engineer with the Free Software Foundation: Salsaman asked me to come on this list and explain the FSF’s position on the current terms of service for Apple’s App Store, and how those relate to GPLv2. There have been changes to the terms since […]

November 4, 2010 · 0 comments · Commentary