proposal: how to the unify the user interface
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Mon Jul 5 08:28:00 EDT 2010
Mark, sorry to tell you, but very likely you aren't.
Mind the memory footprint of interpreters of scripting languages (python
is part of the official images - you may want to evaluate it yourself)
which will not leave any more free space for the actual toolkit/program.
I appreciate any kind of discussion very much, however my intention
writing the initial mail of this thread was somehow different than
discussing about graphical toolkits, X11, etc. ;)
Don't get me wrong - please continue doing so!
However I'd be even happier getting some responses related to my initial
On Mon, 2010-07-05 at 04:32 -0700, mark adrian bell wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Am I right in thinking that if we had PyGTK, WxPython and/or PyQT, we could run programs written using these plus Python, without needing X? That would give us access to quite a few applications. For example:
> Getting Things Gnome (PyGTK)
> This RPN calculator (PyQT)
> Task Coach (WxPython)
> The problem would then be to find applications that could be adapted to the NanoNote's small screen and to use the keyboard rather than a mouse. It might turn out to be easier to port applications that have been specifically written for phones and PDAs. Surely there are some open-source Android or Maemo programs that could be ported (by someone more skilled than me!)
> - mark
> --- On Mon, 5/7/10, Stefan Schmidt <stefan at datenfreihafen.org> wrote:
> > From: Stefan Schmidt <stefan at datenfreihafen.org>
> > Subject: Re: proposal: how to the unify the user interface
> > To: developer at lists.qi-hardware.com
> > Received: Monday, 5 July, 2010, 8:58 PM
> > Hello.
> > On Mon, 2010-07-05 at 12:34, Sébastien Bourdeauducq
> > wrote:
> > > On Monday 05 July 2010 12:19:52 Stefan Schmidt wrote:
> > > > 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.
> > >
> > > No. Ah, I had the feeling there sure was a downside
> > :(
> > That was my core point here.
> > > Nonetheless, it's still a shame that it takes a
> > significant development and
> > > marketing effort from a multinational company for the
> > Linux people to realize
> > > that users prefer speed, functionality and eyecandy
> > over network pseudo-
> > > transparency* and ICCCM-related pedantry.
> > Nice bait for a X11 discussion but I'm not going to take
> > it. :D
> > regards
> > Stefan Schmidt
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