dgclock - a clock/calendar app for Ben

David Reyes Samblas Martinez david at tuxbrain.com
Sun Jan 10 17:59:15 EST 2010


I have a radio interview today and I was collecting cool apps to show
to them nanonote capabilities, I have tested this one  and I agree
with Zeartul is a great frontend for PIM calendar/alarm , simple,
clear and quick.
Thanks a lot Zeartul

2010/1/10 Zeartul <zeartul at gmail.com>:
> Hey everyone, I've ported a nice little application from the Dingoo
> A320 - dgclock.
> It's a clock/calendar app with an ability to set the time, written in SDL.
> I think it's a great start for something bigger, like a PIM, or an
> alarm clock app.
> Is anyone with proper skills interested in developing it further?
> The original code is available on the author's website [1].
> There is no word about the license of the code, however. I already
> mailed the author about that, and I'll release the Nanonote modified
> code, after the license status is clear.
>
> You can download dgclock from my personal repository [2], or, If you
> don't want to, you can just check a photo of it running on Ben [3].
>
> [1] http://clogging.web.fc2.com/dingoo/
> [2] http://downloads.qi-hardware.com/people/zear/apps/dgclock-nanonote-r1.tar.bz2
> [3] http://downloads.qi-hardware.com/people/zear/pictures/nanonote-dgclock.jpg
>
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