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Sep 24, 2007 11:50pm
Medium Bug Labs team psemme 8 posts

Welcome to the Bug Labs beta forums! I hope you all become enthusiastic participants here because only through active dialog will we succeed in creating the product and experience we really want. I encourage you to be candid with your thoughts and also respectful of others’ opinions. I will be an active participant myself and very much look forward to interacting with all of you. Thanks again for being part of this beta effort!

Sep 25, 2007 12:25am
Img_missing_medium dhensley 5 posts

Looking forward to getting started….setting up my environment right now.

-Dave

Sep 25, 2007 1:05am
Img_missing_medium digital1 32 posts

A little tired now, but will getting my environment set up soon.

Sep 25, 2007 12:59pm
Img_missing_medium Ryan P 22 posts

Glad to be here! Can’t wait to get started.

Edit: a few words about myself.
I’m a Computer Engineering major at the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire. All the work that I’m doing for classes is in Java using the Eclipse IDE, but I like writing Lisp in Emacs better. =D

I’m a free software user and activist, my workstation is a crappy old beat-up Toshiba that’s on life support from the extended protection plan I bought with it (good for getting feedback from the developers-on-shoestring-budgets demographic, eh?) and I have never liked cell phones or cameras all that much because they aren’t customizable or programmable enough. Thus, my interest in projects like Bug and OpenMoko!

I really look forward to meeting you guys and exploring this platform.

Sep 25, 2007 9:37pm
Img_missing_medium koolatron 52 posts

Hi there! Just dropping in to say hi.

Since this also seems to be the place for introductions, I’ll do that, too :)

I’m a once-bitten-twice-shy refugee from the working world pursuing my master’s (and PhD, eventually) in electrical and computer engineering. Like Ryan P, I’m a free software supporter and run Linux on all the machines that I can feasibly run Linux on, to the point of evangelizing others to our beautiful Free Software world. Also like Ryan P, I’m an emacs nerd (apologies to vi stalwarts) with lots of experience writing code in Eclipse, thanks mainly to university coursework.

I’ve managed to get the SDK installed and running, and have been exploring and familiarizing myself with the various APIs that’ve been made available to us testers. I’ve made trivial changes to the examples, but have yet to get my feet wet writing anything from scratch.

Sep 25, 2007 10:40pm
Medium Bug Labs team finsprings 268 posts

Hi, I’m Dave. I’m a software engineer, working on mobile Windows CE devices for a living in Pittsburgh. I use Mac OSX by choice and some Linux on the desktop at home, but I’m keen to get into Linux more on the embedded side, so Bug should be perfect! The only downside will be finding the time to play with it between work and the kids :-)

Sep 26, 2007 1:16am
Img_missing_medium matt.gauger 15 posts

Hey guys, I’m Matt. I’m a college student as well, and have experience across the board with too many programming languages and operating systems to list.

Looking forward to writing some code for this platform! :)

Sep 26, 2007 4:04pm
Img_missing_medium harrisonre 1 post

Hello everyone,

My name is Rich and I’m a software developer in western NC, near Asheville. By day, I’m developing software for an embedded GPS tracking device that has either an iDEN or GSM<