On Tue, Jun 01, 2010 at 07:28:16PM +0200, Thomas Martitz wrote:
> I forgot to add that once the above is finished I consider my work for
> the mid-term work finished, after that a port to a mobile
> platform/device would follow. Again, if anyone disagrees with that (that
> my mid-term work is finished) I'm very open for a discussion.
I agree that this is a nice milestone. We'll talk about what that
means for mid-term during DevCon :). Actually, as long as there's
decent progress (or study-work induced lack of progress), I don't
really care too much about mid-terms, so I don't think you have a
lot to worry about. The final result is what really matters after
all, and I am confident that you'll finish the task successfully.
> Speaking if it, I would like to by a smartphone from the first Google
> money (in case they don't put a nexus one into the welcome package ;) )
> which will arrive in about a week. I would really like to get the
> decision on which platform to port RaaA first done by then.
> I think most of us (including me) prefer andriod. I personally
> *strongly* prefer it since I had an HTC legend in my hands :) Is anyone
> uncomfortable with that?
Much as I'd like to claim that the n900 is more suitable, I suspect
Android isn't really going to be much harder to work with, it makes
it a lot cheaper to get a suitable device, and it does seem to have
a lot of momentum right now, so I'll have to reluctantly admit that
Android seems to be the right choice to make at this point in time.
"Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place.
Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are,
by definition, not smart enough to debug it." - Brian W. Kernighan
Received on 2010-06-01