Next week we’re gonne have Bossa Conference. It’ll be a great opportunity to exchange knowledgement.
My personal scheduler
14:00 – Welcome reception and I’ll be there.
10:00 – Johan Hedberg “Bluetooth Audio in Linux – Desktop vs Embedded”
11:00 – Olivier Crête & Marco Barisione – “Building Collaborative Desktop and Mobile applications”
14:00 – Sjoerd Simons – “From RTP to Empathy”
15:00 – Tobias Mueller – “Security in Mobile Devices”
16:30 – Espen Riskedal – “Shipping mobile applications using Qt for Symbian”
10:00 – Lennart Poettering – “Audio Infrastructure in Mobile Devices”
11:00 – Rodrigo Belém – “Ubuntu Mobile Development”
14:00 – Fuad Abinader – “Simplified transition to mobile IPv6 networks with open-source tools”
15:00 – Alexis Menard – “KDE Plasma for mobile phone”
16:30 – Alexandra Leisse – “Managing the Unmanageable”
09:00 - Horácio Oliveira – “Applications and Development in Wireless Sensor Networks”
10:00 – Matti Airas – “Python in Maemo 6″
11:00 – Petri Launiainen – “Through the Hockey Stick – An Insider’s View on the Mobile Revolution”
See you there!
After a long time working on internal projects, we got time to work on Mamona development.
The main goal is get it working on OpenEmbedded.git tree and use OE directly.
Main contributions in our patches:
* Linux-omap kernel 2.6.29 working fine N800 and N810
* N8x0 Wlan working with opensource driver(stlc45xx)
* N810 sound working with opensource driver (OMAP ASoC) and ALSA changes
* N810 with Fn key working correctly
* Xserver-kdriver-xomap – xserver-kdrive with custom changes to n8x0
* Linux-omap kernel 2.6.30 to Nokia 770 (unstable)
* Mplayer-Maemo – Mplayer with custom changes to n8x0
* Eve – Web browser based on Webkit-EFL
* Basic SDK chroot (use mamona-chroot)
* Ofono – Open Source telephony
* Antico – lightweight window manager based on Qt X11
* Others minor changes.
I created flashable images that are available on
Platform developers can use this
quick howto to build Mamona latest version.
Now it’s time to review changes and submit to Openembedded.
You can see more pictures and videos of Mamona with N810 using the links
More pictures of Mamona 0.3 (alpha)
video below shows a simple browser(EWebLauncher) based on Webkit-EFL engine.
Patches to mamona.git
available HERE or you can clone my devel branch.
We’re working with Qt Kinetic at INdT. Mamona, as our platform, should support it.
Question: Do you want to test on your device?
Answer: You can follow this tutorial HERE.
EU VOU !!
Confirmei minha presença no
FISL10. Serei PALESTRANTE!! \o/
Estou muito feliz com a aprovação de
UMA das 3 palestras que submeti.
As palestras recusadas tiveram críticas válidas e concordo com a rejeição das mesmas.
Agradeço aos avaliadores !!!
Vejo você no FISL10!!!
Amanhã estarei no FLISOL, falando sobre Mamona na BeagleBoard. A apresentação ainda está sendo preparada e coloco no blog assim estiver pronta, pois a semana foi bem agitada.
Onde e quando?
O evento se real izará na UniNorte , rua Huascar de Figueiredo, 290, centro. O horário de realização será das 09:00h às 17:00h , do dia vinte e cinco de abril de 2009 .”
* “10h – 11h: Instalando Mamona no BeagleBoard (Kepler Alecrim)- SALA 2″
Conto com sua presença!
Nice days at Porto de Galinhas with good presentations and a great opportunity to share open source experiences.
That was Bossa Conference 2009!
You can see some
presentations posted by Bossa guys and great pictures posted at Marcelo’s flickr.
I’m still waiting for new posts at
http://openbossa.blip.tv/ with presentations from Koen, Kate and Barbieri.
Bossa is gonne be a great opportunity to share experience related to Open Source and Embedded development.
I selected some presentations that I won’t miss.
* Koen Koin – Multimedia and OMAP CPUs
* Marcel Holtmann – New NM for Embedded Linux systems
* Kate Alhola – Maemo 5 (freemantle)
I’ll see you there!
A few months ago I posted about
Mamona Platform on BeagleBoard. That rootfs was based on OMAP3430SDP with some hacks. A few questions about Mamona on Beagleboard have been sent and I want to say sorry for my delay. I’ve been working hard on internal projects at INdT.
Last week I worked to create BeagleBoard machine in Mamona. Not a hard work! Considering that Mamona is OE based then most patches came from OE and just small changes were necessary to boot up a basic Mamona rootfs. The current development is available on mamona.git branch mamona_beagle. Below you can see a small demo and some pictures.
Yesterday I created the
project on BeagleBoard website.
You can have
more details using the notes I’ve done during development.
We (Mamona Team) updated the
Mamona SDK tutorial including Xephyr. Now you’re able to execute Enlightenment from your Mamona rootfs using qemu-arm and Xephyr like Maemo.
Developers interested in Mamona,
please report what do you want from Mamona !
Your opinion is important to improve our environment!