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This assignment can be separated in a number of ways:
 
This assignment can be separated in a number of ways:
- additional work has to be pushed both within existing graphical
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* additional work has to be pushed both within existing graphical telephony environments (such as provided by the DeforaOS project, among others)
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* within Osmocore itself as well, which would require and benefit from a stable and easy to use API for telephony.
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== Related work ==
 
== Related work ==
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* OsmocomBB - http://www.osmocom.org/
 
* OsmocomBB - http://www.osmocom.org/
 
* hackable:1 - http://www.hackable1.org/
 
* hackable:1 - http://www.hackable1.org/
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* FSO - http://www.freesmartphone.org/
  
 
== Comments ==
 
== Comments ==

Latest revision as of 01:19, 21 March 2011

Add Osmocore support to the DeforaOS Phone GSM stack

Summary
Add Osmocore support to the DeforaOS Phone GSM stack
Proposer
Pierre Pronchery

Description

It would be nice to have a 100% Open Source mobile phone software and hardware implementation, along with a user interface. The embedded desktop environment was already adapted to the Openmoko Freerunner, using the built-in serial interface to the modem, and released as a separate version of the hackable:1 distribution.

The benefit would be to turn Osmocom into a practical solution for GSM telephony, while allowing more developers and users to actually use it.

This assignment can be separated in a number of ways:

  • additional work has to be pushed both within existing graphical telephony environments (such as provided by the DeforaOS project, among others)
  • within Osmocore itself as well, which would require and benefit from a stable and easy to use API for telephony.

Related work

Comments

In some timezones it's still January 31st 2011; I'll let you decide if it's too late for this one.

Contractor candidates

Pierre Pronchery (developer of the DeforaOS telephony environment)

Comments