Modifying my desktop look and feel
By David Clack on Jun 29, 2010
So I'm trying to build my own Android package, I've already got a good Android ISO and USB install built.
I've got the Eclipse software installed on Ubuntu 10.04 with the Android plugins.
We are trying to get JavaFX running on both the X86 and ARM versions of Android.
My other team mate in Chicago has come up with some really cool JavaFX programs.
I took a learning break yesterday and rebuilt Evolution and the Gnome Panel on B142.
I took Evolution up to 2.30.2, with the gnome panel 2.30.0, I put the menus back to the way we first had JDS and integrated Evolution back into the clock. It was a fun relaxing exercise.
Now I'm back learning Android and Java, took awhile to get the Android plugins into Eclipse, but it's done now.
Another little project I started on vacation (you have to do something when your German family is chatting away in a foreign language to me) is called throttle launcher, it has allowed me to replace the standard Windows Mobile 6.5 look and feel on my HTC phone with one that looks and feels more like Android, this is much better than actually running a real version of Android on startup, the battery is lasting much longer.