iPAQ 3670 (was: a morphic tutorial in morphic)

Noel J. Bergman noel at devtech.com
Sat Jun 16 03:27:36 UTC 2001


Jim Gettys is a very active participant on the iPAQ linux mailing list @
www.handhelds.org.  As are Mssrs Kay, Ingalls, Raab, et al on this list.  In
general, you will find that the "names" you know from your readings are also
really nice people, not just sub-cultural icons.

Kevin already has Squeak running on familar, with plug-ins for Genie and
OSProcess.  :-)  And you can add a Stowaway keyboard.  You can evan get a
Flipout QR case w/ Stowaway pocket from www.flipoutpda.com, and carry an
entire Squeak development system on your belt.

Are we having fun yet?  ;-)

	--- Noel

-----Original Message-----
From: John Hinsley
To: squeak at cs.uiuc.edu

"Noel J. Bergman" wrote:
> John,
> Why not get an iPAQ 3670, and help optimize?  :-)

I'm not worthy! I'm not worthy!

I must take a peek at the iPAQ: I liked the idea of the Yopy because it
looks to be the "complete" solution -- especially if they come up with
one of those collapsable keyboards -- but it is looking more and more
like vapourware.

In the meantime, in between time, Linux User sent me this snippet:

Jim Gettys, who started the original X Window System and is a
member of the GNOME Foundation board, is rarely interviewed. This
feature sees Jim to describing his work at Compaq making Linux and
Xwindows run on the iPAQ PDA.




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