So its time for christmas yet again and soon the year will be over,
we do however got some things to look forward to in the coming year.
So, cya on the other side.
Since when I (B_Lizzard/Alex Ferguson) got my Nanonote (thanks Jlime!) and for the past few months I've been working on integrating rafa's work in OpenEmbedded (our cross-compilation environment) for easier access and reusability. In the course of integrating his work I have shaped Muffinman according to my own opinions toward design.
What follows is a short preview of Muffinman as it is now in OE. Hope you'll like it.
As you can see, the website has received a minor overhaul in the looks department, with the logo being the most prominent change. It's a lime (supposedly). I also changed the footer buttons.
The logo ain't much, so any help from real artists is welcome.
If you didn't notice yet, Jlime has gained a new website/wiki based on Dokuwiki and with it a new look. All data from the old wiki was migrated and reorganized, so please contact us if you find anything out of order.
The forums also benefit from increased integration with the main website.
That is all.
Jlime is an Linux distribution for the HP Jornada, NEC Mobilepro 900c, Psion Mobilepro and Qi-Hardware Ben Nanonote embedded devices. Jlime aims to provide an actively maintained distribution which can be used to transform your embedded device into either an enhanced PDA or a mini-laptop. As with all Linux code, JLime is open source and free to use.
To get started please visit the downloads page and browse the documentation wiki. For additional support please post a message onto the forum or visit #jlime on irc.freenode.net. We can also reach the developers through the mailing lists.
If you are experiencing any bugs or lack any feature. Please submit a report to our bugtracker.