It did not seem like i could get one when i first made my post.
I am so late.. I just hope i still have a shot at getting one.
maybe you guys should start a website to show how many pple and how much will you pay for those meego/maemo devices :-)
I donno how many unit should be sold to make it worthable
http://rzr.online.fr/q/redak# redak : #FreE #TexT #EditoR : #Qt #QmL ported to #SymbiaN #BellE (#E7) and !n950club #n9 #MeeGo, test
http://elinux.org/Mobile# Efforts to share a common base for GNU/Linux mobile communities ...
http://go.cur.lv/files# files to be shared or email me
The N950s were strictly seeded for developers and are gone and will not be manufactured. The N9 is available.
Joined DVLUP yet? This is my DVLUP referral link
They're not helping devs interested in Harmattan anywhere near as much as prospective WP devs.
Look at the huge Nokia device hand-outs for WP...
In contrast Nokia's been totally opaque about no's of N9's handed-out, & the whole process is far more tedious.
If Nokia had full focus on Harmattan since February, & not tainted the the whole platform the way it deliberately did.
Then by now they may have something moving towards a critical mass; we'd even have heard about the N9's OMAP4 successors.
Instead, they're trying their best to ensure people aren't enthused by Harmattan, & are more incentivised for WP.
I'm not saying Harmattan only was the way for the high-end, WP could/should still have been a big player.
But there's no reasonable explanation as-to-why MeeGo needed to be totally killed-off the way it was.
And the lies that senior management told about MeeGo not adapting to hw quickly enough were just that.
Last edited by jalyst; 2011-11-21 at 07:00.