Linux on BrailleNotes
Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Thu Feb 2 02:03:36 EST 2006
I have written a simple but effective menu system that allow for the
running of programs from a menu.
I also have a file browser and a few scripts to copy files from a menu
system etc. The idea here is to build a localized note taker type device
for South Africa.
I am doing this in work time, so I will first have to find out what the
procedure for releasing it is, but it will be open-source and would be
available for use in Free soft or whatever you want to call that.
I have done some other work towards the creation of the note taker as
People can mail me should they want more info.
On Thu, 2
Feb 2006, Luke Yelavich wrote:
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> On Thu, Feb 02, 2006 at 11:25:19AM EST, Gregory Nowak wrote:
>> Because there are people that prefer the keysoft-like UI over the
>> command line. Once there is a version of netbsd running on the bn, the
>> goal of the freesoft project is to offer the choice of the
>> command-line, and a keysoft-like, menu-driven ui.
> And I would guess that this would be modular, so one could easily create
> software that simply can appear in the menu, with little to no extra
> work. Sounds good.
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> Luke Yelavich
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