[Loadstone] Series 80 version
brian.campbell at ukonline.co.uk
Thu Aug 17 21:08:01 BST 2006
Hello Monty and Quinten,
This is my first posting to the list, having been a silent voyeur for a
little while, so I hope I have replied to the correct list address.
I just wanted to say that I have been watching with interest the discussion
about Loadstone for Series 80 phones. I'm running Loadstone on my N-gage at
present, though not really very adept at using the programme as yet. But I
also have a Nokia 9210I Communicator, which I believe is a Series 80 phone,
and I would be interested in running Loadstone on it if a version were to
become available. I have no programming experience, however, so could not
offer any help, other than by testing out the results of someone else's
From: loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com
[mailto:loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com] On Behalf Of Monty Lilburn
Sent: 17 August 2006 16:13
To: General discussion pertaining to the Loadstone GPS program
Subject: Re: [Loadstone] Series 80 version
Were you ever able to get it to compile at all?
Even though I do not personally have a series 80 phone or no anyone who
does in my immediate vicinity, I'll look into installed the Series 80 SDK
and see what I can do. I can't do much more than try and compile though
so if it requires any tweeking (which I'm positive it might) we'll indeed
have to wait for someone with some Series 80 programming experience.
Thanks for sticking around on the list. It seams like it is fairly
low-traffic lately and I'm sure you will still get something out of the
We appreciate your efforts with the SDK attempt!
On Thu, 17 Aug 2006, Quinten Pendle wrote:
> Hi all
> I had a look at the source code for Loadstone, with the possibility of
> trying to convert it to series 80 phones.
> I think that at this stage, I know too little about programming for
> symbian, nor do I have enough time to invest at this very moment.
> So, I thought that I would just let you know that, at least from this
> end, I don't think that I will give anyone false hope.
> I will however stay subscribed to this list, and following developments
> with interest, for who knows, maybe someone with more knowledge than me,
> might take up this challenge sooner or later.
> Best regards
> Quinten Pendle
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