On Di, 2010-11-02 at 12:00 +0000, Giancarlo wrote:
Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly@...> writes:
> SyncEvolution 1.1
> An incremental update, resolving issues where the fixes would have
> been too intrusive for a 1.0.x release. It replaces 1.0.x as the
> officially supported stable version.
> Compatibility with Nokia phones was improved.
One more question: are you planning to make syncevolution work with
"Work with" in the sense that SyncEvolution can exchange data with it?
That all depends on what kind of problems users run into. I will
certainly merge patches that fix problems, but whether I have time and
the means (= phones to test with) is a different question.
It seems that most nokia phones will run that OS in the future. And I
admit, I like it.
You know that my employer, Intel, and Nokia both work on MeeGo, another
OS which is meant to run on future Nokia phones? I don't have any
insider information and thus don't know, but I certainly hope to see
more Nokia phones use MeeGo than Symbian ;-)
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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