Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 27th Jun 2012 10:12 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Only a few more hours until the last of the big three has its big event (Google i/o, after WWDC and Microsoft's Surface and WP8 events). They will most likely announce a Nexus tablet, as well as Android 4.1, Jelly Bean. While many of you are still on Gingerbread with your top-of-the-line phones - let me poke a few eyes out with mikegapinski's Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich port... To the Samsung Wave. Dual-booting Bada 2 and ICS, right here.
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RE[9]: Comment by avgalen
by Pro-Competition on Wed 27th Jun 2012 17:32 UTC in reply to "RE[8]: Comment by avgalen"
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I don't like this particular project. It mentions this "Main goal is to make clean, fast, stable and battery friendly rom" and they make other claims that make it sound like they care most about hardware support (source: http://polishblood.pl/?page_id=31) but from your comment about not being able to charge (still waiting for your source for that) it is clear that they aren't there yet. "Openness works" isn't a suitable conclusion for this stage of the project. If many people jump on board and actually can reach the project goal you could conclude that "Openness works" but not yet.


I really don't get your point. Sorry for the all caps but...

THE PROJECT ISN'T FINISHED YET.

It is a work in progress, and the author is sharing with us along the way. That allows us to:

1. Learn about the project, and see where it stands
2. Test what has been done, to find bugs (which saves time)

For people who are eager to experiment, they can try it. For people who want stable software, at least they can see the progress being made. Seriously, what's the down-side?

IF YOU DON'T LIKE BUGGY / INCOMPLETE SOFTWARE, DON'T DOWNLOAD IT.

It is clearly labeled as such.

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