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post Nov 8 2005, 01:05 AM
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Hi all
after a lot of trouble creating an account, and not finding time to think of my simpad, i finally made it here...
just after i first got my pad and was getting into it, the activities on opensimpad.org faded away, but it looked to me, as there were always some people working on it, but they seemed to be spread all over.
As i read through here, i think some activity is back in the project, and guylhem is interested in bringing it back to live again.
from the MMCthread:
BTW, what about restarting more officially the opensimpad project?

I'd like to see my kernel in the opensimpad project, until we or someone else finds some time to work on 2.6


also, a while ago chris martin wrote on the simpad-general maillist about handing over the domain to someone else.
2005-10-12 07:13
Also, if someone is interested in taking over the opensimpad.org domain
I could have it transfered. It would be good if someone working in the
project could take care of the webpage.
  Just drop me a mail if your interested.
Chris Martin

Now, i have no skills in programming/compiling etc. for the project, but i think i could help bring up the website again.
i have (slightly dusty)skills in electronics-engineering,
(my pad has an external jtag port, and i would like to add BT and MMC)
and i work partly as webdesigner.

I have a lot of ideas what to do there, but as i wrote, i am more of a user, so i'd like to know what others think of it?
what should the website be good for?
(filebase?wiki?let users write articles?)...

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