I've been interested in trying to get this running on our touchscreen
terminals. The stack is possibly of no value in the space we work in,
but it'd be a fun skunk works project none the less.
On 24 Oct 2008, at 09:27, John P. Looney wrote:
> Hey, I don't know did everyone notice, but Google released 11
> million lines
> of code this week; the whole Android source tree. It's pretty
> stunning, with
> everything from a full mobile JVM + SDK to wireless drivers, a linux
> & runtime and so many other bits & pieces; http://
> source.android.com/ is the
> main page, and git.source.android.com is the main repository.
>> It's kinda cool to have a phone that you can open a terminal
> emulator and
> run 'top' on, to see the various apps, kernel processes etc. that
> make up a
> phone. But cooler to know that it's a damn fine OS from day one.
> people with more spare time than I have will start hacking on power
> and make battery life better :)
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