Ruediger Gad aka wonko
This page is currently in the status of being created.
I will update it and add new stuff during the next days.
Current Work for MeeGo/Harmattan
My current work for MeeGo/Harmattan essentially starts with porting many of my existing application which I initially developed for Maemo5/Fremantle.
Please also see my past work below.
Currently the work on the ports will be as follows:
- VU Meter
- Stultitia Simplex
- Advanced Clock Plugin
I'll keep you updated on the progress etc.
I hope to be able to upload first results soon.
I started a wiki page where I wrote down some of my experiences on porting my existing Fremantle applications to Harmattan: http://wiki.meego.com/Porting_Fremantle_Applications_to_Harmattan
Hopefully, this will be helpful for others.
Past work for Maemo (Fremantle)
- Advanced Clock Plugin Advanced Clock Plugin is a highly configurable replacement for the stock clock which allows users to also add their own "clock styles".
- VU Meter VU Meter basically displays the sound level using different views. It also provides other features like logging or triggering of commands.
- Zeecontrol With Zeecontrol it is possible to control your handset via the Zeemote Bluetooth remote control.
- StultitiaSimplex StultitiaSimplex SourceForge page StultitiaSimplex is a simple soundboard application. With it you can record and easily play back sound snippets.
- Binary Clock Widget Binary Clock SourceForge page BinaryClock is a desktop widget showing a binary clock. Users can choose between different formats and looks.
- To-Do-O To-Do-O SourceForge page To-Do-O is a simple to-do list organizer that is also available for "common" Desktops running Linux, Mac, or Windows.
- libswt-hildon Thread This is essentially a port of the Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) to the Hildon UI.
The following application had just been repackaged to ease the installation on Maemo Fremantle.
Depending on the application the files had been either taken from existing Debian packages or the binary distributions of the corresponding application.
All the credits go to the developers of these applications!