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MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan - Development & Community Processes

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This presentation was made for the MeeGo Freeday at July the 22th 2011 in Berlin. Check http://meegofreeday.org for Details.

This presentation was made for the MeeGo Freeday at July the 22th 2011 in Berlin. Check http://meegofreeday.org for Details.

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  • 1.   Development & Community Processes MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan
  • 2. Uwe Kaminski (jukey) Blog: http://meetmeego.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/ju_key MeeGo: https://meego.com/users/jukey    Maemo: http://maemo.org/profile/view/jukey/
  • 3. Overview
    • What I am talking about today (and what about I don't talk):
      • MeeGo Development
        • N9 and N950 are the only targets for MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan
        • N900/N950/N9 are targets for MeeGo Community Edition (CE)
        • ARM but not x86
      • Netbook UX vs. Tablet UX vs. IVI vs. MeeGo CE
      • Maemo vs. MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan
      • MeeGo Community Processes
      • I don't talk about deployment to stores like AppUp or Ovi Store
  • 4.
      • Flashing a new Harmattan firmware
    •  
      • There are examples for Qt Components already installed on the device
    •  
      • Connecting the device
      • Example application demo
    MeeGo Development with N950 - devkit
  • 5. Releasing Apps
    • Where to release developed apps?
    •  
      • From: OBS
        • Preparation and packaging for different targets
          • rpm (MeeGo)
          • deb (MeeGo Harmattan)
      • to: Developer Repository ( List of Harmattan Developer Repositories )  
      • then to: Community Repository
        • There is an ongoing discussion regarding a Community Repository
          • A repository enabling app ( appbrowser ) will be available for MeeGo Harmattan 
          • As in Maemo there will be a testing repository and one for end users  
    •  
  • 6. Releasing Apps
    • I don't want to publish my app in the Community repository. What about stores?
    •  
      • Release in Stores
        • AppUp based stores (Intel & Intel Partners)
          • Intel AppUp SDK for MeeGo and the Qt Creator plugin from Intel
        • Ovi (Nokia)
          • Could anyone help me regarding this? Let me know!
        • others
  • 7.
      • Community QA-Process
        • tbd (yet): A good place to start with is the MeeGo Wiki
        • An example may be the QA process for the community repository established for Maemo 5
      • Discussion " Where to report Harmattan bugs? " in the MeeGo Forum
        • MeeGo Bug Tracker
          • We need to create a list which Harmattan components are Upstream in the MeeGo core
        • Qt bugs have it's own tracker
        • Bugs in specific Harmattan API's provided by Nokia have to be reported at developer.nokia.com
        • Bug tracking infrastructure for developers
          • There is a bug reportabout adding 3rd party to bugs.maemo.com
        • Harmattan Applicationsmade by Nokia
          • Quim Gil: "Nokia wants to get the feedback of N950 users! Please report Hamattan bugs at http://developer.nokia.com/bugs   PS: we know that currently that service has some pain points for real developer feedback but we are working on this too.
    Quality assurance made by Community
  • 8. Thank you! Questions?