I hope Ubuntu could get more support for commercial software support

Dotan Cohen dotancohen at gmail.com
Sat May 17 00:07:01 UTC 2008

2008/5/17 yueyu lin <popeyelin at gmail.com>:
> Especially for a lot of development tools support. For an example, the
> embedded devices development such as mobile phones including
> symbian/j2me/RIM/iphone,etc.
> There's no problem on the server side development. When it comes to the
> device wide, it's difficult or impossible to develop. Since J2ME is
> so-called "cross-platform", there's no simulator or emulator for Linux.
> If Ubuntu can work with RIM/Apple/Nokia/Moto/LG to bring all development
> tools from Windows to Ubuntu, I believe a lot client side developers will
> choose Ubuntu.
> Personally, I'm using Ubuntu except when I have to develop and debug the
> devices. I really hope I could do everything in Ubuntu. I hope it would not
> be a very faraway future.

Did you write to RIM/Apple/Nokia/Moto/LG and tell them that you want
their devices to sync with KDEPIM/Evolution? Hoping is nice, but
letting them know is the only effective way to get what you need.

Dotan Cohen


A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?

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