Six boxes of champaigne and tomorrow off for the whole crew in Amsterdam!
And another software blog!
And I have got anotother one
Title sounds promising…
It is a great post, which gives a nice overview. It paints a holistic picture, something I have missed lately (the latest blog posts were quite specific on only one topic).
Ps: They should do some proofreading before posting the blog posts…
Edit: My remarks about the typos have been heard:
And here we go with a new blog post:
@anon90052001: thanks for hearing me with the whish that the newsletters are worth the name by announcing new things, as this is the case this time
New blog post!
Interesting. I wonder how well this will work with all the Qualcomm SoC stuff and all the NDA/IP things needed to get all the IP protected stuff up and running through APIs. “… and tooled them with the latest development environment to get going.” Too bad nobody talks about this. Is there a dev mailing list? Or is Jolla also pretty closed up on things like this?
It looks like they sell an older Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 with theirs, so porting it would be a win-win for both sides.
But jolla looks non-free, just the underlying system is open. Can someone here explain how it works? I don’t mind if they protect their graphics and stuff, but can one build his own roms easily? And is all the core software open? Or is there some magic that only Jolla controls?
Maybe head over to the other threads where all the Jolla fans hang out. They are probably happy to discuss this question and might be happy to answer it to some degree.
That might cause a litte sensation…
PS.: Did you notice the little popup in the lower right corner saying “Fairphone 2 available now”?
There’s even a mini documentary style video in this blog post
Good to see a little more attention for the production chain side of things after all the tech-talk.
Here we are again with a new one…
@rainer_zufall How do you do that??? Do you keep pressing F5 on the blog page?
Haha! This time it was just luck…
Just watched the video. I like how Bas compares an old phone to an oldtimer, which rises in value, when it ages.
Post can’t be empty.
The working conditions of the workers are more important than an earlier delivery. I proudly wait a little longer.