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{ Monthly Archives } November 2005

GWeather-maemo 0.1

Another day, another update. And today there’s a new release as well.

More GWeather on 770 progress

Today, I contined my porting of GWeather to Maemo. I don’t have a happy bundled package to throw up right now, but I’m happy with today’s progress.

GWeather for the 770!

So, I decided that I would take the opportunity presented by the thanksgiving weekend to start work on my port of GWeather to Maemo and the Nokia 770. And I’m pleased to announce that I’ve got something that you can actually run, even if it’s not particuarly usable right now.

Nokia 770 casting?

So, I was listening to the BBC Go Digital show on the drive home from work just now and they were going on about Podcasting as they are wont to do, and I thought to myself: The 770 is an interesting little device…

Jumping on the 770 bandwagon

Well, I think it’s time for me to join in the fun. My 770 showed up on monday, despite the complete lack of email from the fullfillment company; but I’ll take underpromise/overdeliver over the alternative any day 🙂

Are you ready to take the autostart challenge?

Now, here’s one for the masochistic types out there: As far as I can tell, there is no way to for an application to be installed such that it will startup as part of every user’s session the next time they log in to GNOME. Mark can probably tell me if this is absolutely true or not, but if there’s a way, I can’t find it.