On Ross’s blog he talks about “a project [that] is even more interesting for the geeks out there”. I’m pleased to disclose that said project is OProfileUI a graphical user interface for the OProfile system profiler. Hopefully this should help the amazing performance wizards do their thing. I also hope that this will lower the barrier to entry, profiling and performance improvements are often seen as a bit of a black art but it can be a good way for new contributors to explore the stack.
This was my first project at OpenedHand and so i’m really pleased to see it released and available for other people to try (and improve.)
Oh and it has a cool icon (thanks Andreas.)
(Rapidly followed by 0.4.1)
I’m very pleased to announce that Dates 0.4 has been released to the world, this release includes support for multiple local and remote calendars (including read-only access to Google Calendar.) It is available in three stunning flavours all guaranteed to be buzzing with energy but 100% fat free.
N800 owners can use the Application Manager to install dates by using this install link.
Packages for Debian/Ubuntu are being built now. Hopefully we should be able to get packages built for the Nokia 770 soon.
Dates also has a cool new icon, courtesy of Andreas Nilsson. Andreas has also designed icons for the other components of, as well as the website for, the Pimlico Project which launches today. Pimlico is the umbrella project for all the OpenedHand PIM applications; Dates, Contacts, Tasks and Sync.