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From "Yang Paulex" <paulex.y...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Android source: open for business
Date Wed, 22 Oct 2008 07:52:14 GMT
But it's really slow to sync the code repo of Android, 4KB/sec here...

2008/10/22 Yang Paulex <paulex.yang@gmail.com>

> Dan,
> Congratulations to Android team! Looking forward to the cooperation of two
> communities!
> 2008/10/22 Dan Bornstein <danfuzz@google.com>
> Greetings, Harmony People.
>> Earlier today, the Android project pushed its first open source
>> release out the door. You can find all the details here:
>> <http://source.android.com/>
>> If you dig into the source, you'll find some no doubt very
>> familiar-looking files under <dalvik/libcore/*>. Once again, I thank
>> you all for your important contributions!
>> We have been spending all our time recently trying to get two products
>> out the door — one being a software build for the "G1" device, and the
>> other being the source code itself along with the related tools — but
>> now that the dust is settling, we are beginning to contemplate how
>> best to get our library code back in sync with the Harmony mainline.
>> We have changes we've made that we are reasonably sure would be useful
>> to Harmony, and we've made others we are pretty sure don't make sense
>> for Harmony's primary target of desktop/server class machines.
>> In the coming months, expect to see us working on merging changes in
>> both directions. In the mean time, please do poke around in our code,
>> and, should you be inspired to do so, we'd be tickled pink if you
>> wanted either to pull changes from us or submit patches back. We're
>> just getting ramped up on operating in the open, so I apologize in
>> advance for the inevitable hiccups.
>> Warm regards,
>> -dan
> --
> Paulex Yang

Paulex Yang
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