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post Sep 30 2004, 05:44 AM
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Sorry, my resolution is 1280x1024, so the images are the same. The only shots I have for you so far ar the 'Submit Project' page, and the 'My' page.

What's done and not included are obviously the login and registration. The hardest part of the zsi2 is done. The rest should hopefully be smooth sailing.

I dont know if I've explained yet, but here's how it's set up:

You submit a project to the ZSI2, but it is not yet on the front page.
After submitting the project, a branch is automatically added called 'default'. You then have to go to your project page and upload the file into that branch. You also have the option of adding a different branch, such as 'unstable'. Obviously, branches can be renamed/deleted.
At the screen where you upload your file, there is a checkbox and aside it are the words "Publish to front page".

This way a project is not released to the front page until it has files associated with it. Also, if you make a small minor change and you don't feel it's worth front page, you can simply uncheck it.

I tried to model a bunch of stuff to how freshmeat.net does it. I've been using them for a while and I think they have a nice efficient system.

If you guys don't like the layout, it can easily be changed. I tried to make something that's light on the graphics and fits at least in 640x480, for those of us that want to browse using our Zaurus. As well, I do plan on making a version of the page with a layout fit for 320x240.

Anyways, please let me know what you think. Sorry I didn't make the deadline for having something for you tonight, but soon enough I shall have something.

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post Sep 30 2004, 06:21 AM
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ROMs: OZ (Opie), OZ (GPE), Sharp.

Processors: The pxa250 and pxa255 use the same instruction set (ARM5); any differences in code to account for the bug in the pxa250 are in the kernel so I don't think you need differentiate the two of them.

You'd be better with 2 options:

SA - ARM4 (e.g. 5500, 5000D)
PXA - ARM5 (e.g. Cxxx, 5600, 6000)

Or something like that.


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