[Talk-GB] Possible new project- opensatnav.
cjhandrew at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 08:43:09 GMT 2009
Most of AndNav2 is open, but the core isn't. I am interested in
creating a project that removes doesn't use non-free.
2009/2/6 Jeffrey Martin <dogshed at gmail.com>:
> I'm confused. You say it's open then you say it isn't and then you call
> it opensatnav.
> On 2/6/09, Chris Andrew <cjhandrew at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi, all.
>> Forgive the shameless plug!
>> I've been using AndNav2 (http://www.andnav.org/) for a bit, on my G1
>> 'phone. Whilst it is still in early development, it looks promising
>> as a satnav solution. Unfortunately, as much as I have tried, it
>> doesn't look like this will be truly open-source software. If you are
>> not into such things, then you can safely stop reading this message.
>> If software freedom, development of good code and OSM based stuff is
>> interesting to you, you may be interested in a new project that I've
>> just started to think about. The working title is "opensatnav". For
>> those from an open-source background, you'll be familiar with the
>> naming convention!
>> For further details of this possible new project, please see here:
>> Happy mapping!
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> Jeffrey John Martin
> dogshed at gmail.com
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