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Qt/Qtopia / Greenphone Developer Challenge
« on: April 16, 2007, 02:38:08 pm »
Trolltech announces a Greenphone Developer challenge!

More details here:

General Discussion / Invitation To Trolltech's Devdays 2006
« on: September 06, 2006, 04:13:31 pm »
Invitation to Trolltech's DevDays 2006

Trolltech is inviting free software and open source developers to the
annual Developer Day Conference[1]. One of the talks in the San Jose,
CA venue is by Dr. Bjarne Stroustrup, designer and original
implementer of C++. There will be talks ranging from 3D Graphics
Development with Qt and OpenGL to demonstrations of the Qtopia
Greenphone. There will be over 30 interesting presentations. Please
take a look at the whole program:

Trolltech is offering free attendance to the annual Developer Day
Conference for active open source developers. It's open to any
software developer who is currently contributing on an free software

How to attend:

  Send an e-mail to Use "DevDays" in the


  - your name

  - the active project you are working on. A URL to the project would
    be great too.

  - whether you'd like to attend  Munich, Germany (October 11 & 12) or
    San Jose, CA (October 26 & 27)

Some logistics:

 Attend 1 day or 2 days at either location. Each location will also
 have an open source birds-of-a-feather gathering hosted by Knut
 Yrvin, Trolltech's Community Manager.

 This offer is limited to conference attendance and does not include
 hotel accommodations, airfare or other related expenses.

 More information on Trolltech's Developer Day conference can be found

General Discussion / Video Interview With President Of Trolltech
« on: May 12, 2006, 04:28:18 pm »
Interview with Eirik Chambe-Eng, President of Trolltech, from Sys-Con Tv.

For Sale / Wanted / Looking For Zaurus
« on: October 11, 2005, 09:09:46 pm »
Trolltech might want to purchase your good, used Zaurus sl-6000. How much ya want for it?

General Discussion / Fic Develops A Webpad That Runs Linux
« on: July 24, 2005, 10:02:21 pm »

The AquaPAD, the ideal solution designed specifically for mobile applications,
features the convenience and simplicity of a PDA without compromising on
functionality. Unlike general embedded system, AquaPAD+ is based on Windows
CE.NET, Linux, XP Embedded and even Windows XP operating system.

AquaPAD+ Specifications

 --Transmeta TM5900 -800MHz~1GHz
 --Memory of 128/256 MB, up to 512MB
 --8.4" TFT 800 x 600 Resolution (LVDS) with Touch Screen
 --VGA port for additional CRT or LCD display
 --1.8" Slim HDD 20GB or Compact Flash (64MB by default)
 --One PCMCIA Cardbus Type II
 --Two 2.0 USB ports, one standard and one mini-type
 --Stereo Audio Compliant with AC'97, 3D Audio Jack for Line out
 --Smart 4 cell 2400mA Lithium-Ion Battery Pack supports 3 Hours of Battery
Life and 2 Hours of Charge time
 --Built-in WLAN 802.11g and IrDA
 --Certificate: FCC/CE/UL/C-UL/TUV
 --Dimensions: 268.5mm(L) x 160mm(W) x 26mm(H)
 --Weight : Approx. 1.2 Kg
 --OS: Linux / CE.NET XP Embedded / Windows XP (by request)

Software / Knights
« on: June 11, 2005, 02:49:11 am »
If anyone has the sources to the knights application for zaurus please let me know.
The url

no longer contains them.

C1000/3x00 General discussions / Logitech Quickcam
« on: May 24, 2005, 07:50:06 pm »
Just wanted to let people know, I got the Logitech quickcam USB camera working on my c3000.

Qt/Qtopia / Trolltech Launches Qtopia Community Web Site
« on: April 25, 2005, 06:29:39 pm »
PALO ALTO, Calif. - April 25 2005
Trolltech Expands Industry Leadership Role with New Site Devoted to Promoting Software Development for the Qtopia/Embedded Linux Platform

Trolltech®, provider of leading technologies for Linux and cross-platform software development, today announced the launch of, a new community Web site devoted to Qtopia®, the company's market-leading development software for Linux-based devices. is designed to be a central resource for the growing ecosystem of Qtopia customers, developers and users, providing comprehensive technical information, the latest downloads and a forum for knowledge sharing. is available on the Web at

"Qtopia's position as the standard development environment for embedded Linux devices is becoming more established every day," said Haavard Nord, Trolltech CEO. "The open source community has a strong interest in creating third-party applications built on Qtopia, and is designed to encourage and support this work by increasing information accessibility. By the same token, will be an important resource for commercial Qtopia developers and customers, such as device designers and OEMs." provides easy access to a wide range of information about Qtopia software, related third-party software and Trolltech partners. Qtopia tutorials, Web forums and the latest Qtopia news are available. In addition, users can get access to both GPL and commercial Qtopia downloads, a special, PDA-specific version of Qtopia and Zaurus ROM images.
About Qtopia:

Trolltech's award-winning Qtopia software is a complete, customizable development environment and user interface for mobile phones and personal digital assistants. Qtopia lets manufacturers and service providers cost-effectively develop Linux-based devices while maintaining complete control of branding and user interface design. It extends the flexibility and cost-savings benefits of Linux to the mobile market, serving as an alternative to proprietary software platforms such as Windows Mobile and Symbian. Today over 50 leading vendors are designing, building or shipping devices based on Qtopia and related Trolltech software for embedded Linux.

About Trolltech:

Trolltech® is a world leader in delivering tools, components, and libraries for C++ developers across all major operating systems. Trolltech products constitute a leading open source application development framework and are an integral part of the Linux desktop. Trolltech also develops innovative UI platforms that enable key players to adopt Linux for mobile devices.
Trolltech creates two product lines: Qt® and Qtopia®. Qt is a complete C++ application development framework, which includes a class library and tools for cross-platform development and internationalization. Qtopia is the first comprehensive application platform built for embedded Linux, and is used on numerous Linux-based PDAs and mobile phones.

Trolltech is a second generation open source company with a dual licensing business model and provides development software to some of the largest companies in the world including Intel, IBM, Motorola, and Sharp, among thousands more. Trolltech is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with offices in Brisbane, Australia, and Palo Alto, California. More about Trolltech can be found at

For further information, please contact:

Tonje Sund, Trolltech
+47 21 60 48 78

Lisa Sheeran, Sheeran/Jager Communication

Marie Reysset / Ben Shi, Ruder Finn Asia
+ ext 618/611

Archos forum / Qtopia Sdk
« on: April 13, 2005, 12:08:36 am »
The Qtopia 1.7 SDK for developing commercial applications will be available shortly.
This can be used for creating applications for Archos PMA400 and Sharp Zaurus.

The GPL sdk is available from you know where...

SIMpad forum / New Images
« on: February 13, 2005, 11:46:53 pm »
any work being done on fixing kernel bugs and creating new rom images?

SIMpad forum / Firzt Pozt!
« on: February 09, 2005, 06:34:22 pm »
ha ha! simpad rocks!!!


Qt/Qtopia / Trolltech To Extend Dual Licensing To Qt For Win
« on: February 07, 2005, 01:14:06 pm »

Trolltech is pleased to announce that we intend to make Qt 4 for Windows
available under our successful dual licensing business model. This
means that Open Source projects under the GNU GPL license will be able
to target all major operating systems using Qt 4. We plan to release the
Windows Open Source version of Qt at the same time as Qt 4.

General Discussion / Qtopia Pda Released As Gpl
« on: December 22, 2004, 02:16:50 pm »
It's long overdue, and we finally released qtopia pda 2.1 free edition...

General Discussion / Trolltech releases Qtopia 2.1
« on: November 12, 2004, 04:06:39 pm »
Dear All,

Trolltech yesterday (November 9, 2004 noon Oslo time) announced the
release of Qtopia 2.1.

New features in Qtopia 2.1 include touch-screen phone support, full
handwriting input and new phone themes. Qtopia 2.1 allows the
development of customized, full-featured Linux-based mobile
devices. With the new touch-screen functionality, Qtopia 2.1 supports
the two primary types of input, touch-screen and key-based, with one
software package.

Qtopia version 2.1 extends Qtopia's flexibility with significant new
functionality including:

- Touch-screen phone support: Qtopia Phone now includes support for
  touchscreen-based input, in addition to the key-based operation
  already supported.

- Full-screen handwriting recognition: Qtopia PDA and Qtopia Phone now
  include customizable full-screen handwriting recognition to increase
  input flexibility.

- Enhanced theming: Qtopia Phone has a powerful theming engine, allowing
  the user interface to be customized and personalized.

- Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS): MMS is now a part of Qtopia
  Phone. It allows users to create and view MMS messages with images,
  text and audio content.

- GPRS: Qtopia Phone now supports the General Packet Radio Standard

- Reduced Minimum Flash Requirements: new build options enables even
  smaller distributions of Qtopia on devices.

- Over the air configuration: Qtopia provides support for configuration
  of the phone over the air.

For a complete list of Qtopia 2.1 features, please see

For the more latest information about Qtopia 2.1 including updated
product documentation, please visit:

as well as updated product marketing pages on:

For the press release of Qtopia 2.1, please see

Along with the Qtopia 2.1 press release, we also published press
releases about Datang Mobile Communications Equipment Co., Ltd. using
Qtopia Phone and about Qt/Embedded powering two new Motorola handsets
(the Motorola E680 and A780). More details here:

Thank you,
The Trolltech Team

*Additional note: Qtopia 2.1 pda will be released under the GPL soon. Stay tuned....

Qt/Qtopia / OpenGL|ES
« on: July 11, 2004, 07:13:46 pm »
Would you guys like to see Qt Embedded/Qtopia/Opie have support for 3d such as OpenGLes?


If so, is there anything better on linux embedded devices?

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