proposal: how to the unify the user interface

David Reyes Samblas Martinez david at tuxbrain.com
Mon Jul 5 06:39:23 EDT 2010


2010/7/5 Stefan Schmidt <stefan at datenfreihafen.org>:
> Hello.
>
> On Mon, 2010-07-05 at 11:47, Sébastien Bourdeauducq wrote:
>> On Monday 05 July 2010 11:27:23 Mirko Vogt wrote:
>> > As we're currently not using a X11-server and therewith do not have any
>> > window-manager, every application (or the toolkit the app is based on)
>> > has to take care by its own, how to quit the app and get back to the
>> > menu.
>>
>> By the way, what about porting the Android GUI to the Nanonote?
>> AFAIK it is the only GUI system for Linux that has an appreciable number of
>
> [X11 rant deleted]
>
> And of course you know that all this shiny applications are only available to
> you when _not_ building the FOSS variant of Android, right?
>
> You need the market app to access them and this one is not free software and not
> available to and vendor if they don't sign contracts with Google.
>
> regards
> Stefan Schmidt

Apart of that "tinny" aplicarions are using the bloated Android
framework and his pseudo jvm (Darwin)  X at least has ben desmostrated
to work quite well in 32mb (see Jlime) I doubt you can start any
Android app, even the "hello world" in 32Mb
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