I’m mostly waiting for the update that lets the display component not hang on OS X. Also, with the way the API is for the display right now, it’s tough to imagine creating anything that would end up looking right on the real device.
Oct 1, 2007 10:32pm
I was wondering this myself. It seems like we have 41 users out of 500 testers. Kind of scared. Testing is going slow for me I am trying to get use to the SDK a tad odd for me but I thought we would have like 100-200 people around these parts.
I for one and ready to see some hardware the emulator bug seems to be working good but i myself am a hands on person.
Oct 2, 2007 12:52am
Wasn’t it 50 testers so far?
Oct 2, 2007 1:09am
I had a busy weekend (Adobe’s OnAIR Bus Tour event in Chicago), but I got the chance to explain what the Bug Labs platform is to a few people and ask what others would do with it (my laptop didn’t get Eclipse before the event, so I had to just explain it and give out the buglabs.net URL.) I now have a few ideas I wouldn’t have normally thought up, though they were mostly way too complex for me to attempt coding yet.
The main problem so far is that I feel kind of unfocused, especially with the question about whether we’ve written any apps yet. While the SDK is definitely there and so it should be possible to write new apps, I think the fact that there is no documentation other than the generated Javadocs is a limiting factor. I know the guys at Bug Labs are intimately aware of how everything works since they wrote it, but I seem to be stuck in the rut of reading the sample app code, trial and error, and poking around to find interesting things at this point.
Getting back to the first line of the last paragraph, beyond downloading the sample apps and banging on things until we break something, is there any chance we might get some (general) guidelines of what we should focus our time on?
I’ve had a few issues with the hardware emulator that made me suspect bugs, but I’ve yet to find one that I can reproduce accurately on my own. I’m guessing the stability of the hardware emulator is the most important thing right now, but chasing weird glitches (sometimes adding an LCD module crashes Eclipse, sometimes apps won’t run until all of the apps I’ve grabbed off BugNet are open, etc)
Just thought I’d throw this all out there, and please keep in mind I’m operating on very little sleep right now, so I apologize if not all of this makes sense. :)
Cheers, - Matt
edit: relevent system info: Mac OSX running Eclipse. I also have Eclipse on my Linux system, but I haven’t spent enough time on there to see if it is more or less stable running the hardware emulator.
Oct 2, 2007 12:58pm
It's at 46 so far, but a few didn't sign into the forums yet. I just sent out a little friendly reminder to them, so we'll hopefully see them here shortly (although lurking is okay).
Well received by professional celebrity’s popular brand of cheap oakley sunglasses
have long been regarded as one the courage to challenge the characterization of a unique personality, a full range of functionality to win the respect of numerous celebrities around the world.Discount oakley sunglassesathlete’s
culture and view of life, deeply moved by inspiration from him, and will itself into a very full range of brands given the quality of leisure. In order to meet the different needs of consumers, Whether past
or in the future,oakley sunglasses cheap
will be critical spirit, inherited the trend of a consistent type cool style, creative expansion of the sporting goods market is not difficult to find around the world have a lot of discount oakley sunglasses
lovers, and become the local fashion advocate persons; as an industry pioneer, as long as you pay close attention, it is not difficult to find
oakley sunglasses discount
unparalleled material and application of new technologies, leaving Oakley became the star of the eye circles.Whether it is functional jacket, down jacket clothes pants and is hard to find this sports oakley glasses even unconsciously their commercial tentacles toward the trend of industry, and the world’s top trends of the media behind