[maemo-users] Nokia developers -> WAS: bluetooth keyboards and N900

From: Mark wolfmane at gmail.com
Date: Wed Dec 2 00:08:03 EET 2009
On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 2:51 PM, Henrik Madsen <hm at imm.dtu.dk> wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> As on ordinary user I have newer posted something before here. We
> are mostly just a group of users of ther Nokia Internet Tables
> who are now also looking forward to receive the N900.
> I have followed several of your postings, and I would kindly ask
> you just to stay away for this thread; you seem to be unhappy, so
> why don't you just find your preferred device and stop spreading
> this very non-informative and selected negative posts.
> We enjoy meamo.org, our internet tablets at our university, so,
> please, find another forum -- where you also might feel more happy
> and positive.
> Best regards,
> Henrik

Because, darn it all, the N800 *is* exactly the hardware I want. I'm
frustrated because the OS and software have never been finished, even
years after its release, and rather than finish it, or even the N810,
they're coming out with yet another device they're never going to
finish. Maybe you should open your eyes and be a little less happy. If
you're not finding my posts informative it's because you've got your
blinders on.

I recently was forced to reflash my tablet because it had become
unusably unstable (I've never heard of that being an issue with
Windows Mobile or any other mobile OS...), so I decided to try Diablo.
Big mistake. Just like kubuntu 9.10, they took several steps backward
in stability and compatibility. I'm going to have to reflash back to
Chinook, just like I had to reinstall kubuntu 9.04, in order to get
all the hardware working again. (I traced some of the problems to the
Linux kernel itself, so Canonical and KDE are't alone in culpability.)

So yeah, I'm very unhappy with the Linux community in general. I want
them to wake up and make some real progress in the world. It's all
within reach, if they would just wise up and do the right thing.

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