You responded to my posts over a series of about 3-4 posts, each with multiple post merges in them. You gotta sooth that anger, bro. Your posts are getting longer and longer. Thanks for providing me with morning entertainment though.
You read this crap and find it amusing? Real man of steel.Thanks for providing me with morning entertainment though.
iPhoneuser is going for a record, longest post on ajarn with most "updates" merged into it. Just don't interrupt him and he might get ten updates in a row.
I kind of want to see this. Next time I'll let him keep posting.iPhoneuser is going for a record, longest post on ajarn with most "updates" merged into it. Just don't interrupt him and he might get ten updates in a row.
Yeah, it was a long exchange but the thread name escapes me now. Something about mobile internet options to replace bad wifi in the apartment.He said?? HAHA
He knows a nice shop where he buys all his movies and TV shows once a week and he honestly thought that all local markets have the same selection and quality and so downloading torrents was out, buying pirated DVDs was in.
The "open" argument only matters to extremely hardcore geek/nerds of the Linux / open source persuasion. Everybody else doesn't care.
Mine ends with a "4"
Honeycomb code is available as part of the Android SDK, including a simulator, as well as code that could be recompiled for any other device.
This is all public knowledge, but most of all, it's very obviously discussed and made available at xda-developers, where various developers have already ported it to all kinds of devices.
Not that you'd understand any of that.
Ok, this is where I know that Honeycomb's source code is not released to the general public yet
Google keeping Honeycomb source code on ice, says it's not ready for other devices -- Engadget
What is available on xda-developers forum exactly?
That blog contains a nice reference to "tablet only", too.
What do you smoke to charge into this anti-open crusade against Android?
You claim a lot for yourself - the ability to read and understand Android source code, the deep knowledge of how Honeycomb is not really a tablet version and so on. Can you demonstrate any knowledge on the subject at all?
Like symbols, Cthulhu likes to pretend that he has a vast knowledge of all things technical. We may not know random tidbits about certain apple products as well as him, but when it comes to technical knowledge, its easy to see from posts how little cthulhu and jlsdfgb actually know. No real surprise as the stereotypical apple user is normally one that knows very little and talks a whole lot.
I prefer, at this stage, to just know that *I* know what I am talking about, while you and Baksiidaa continuously demonstrate to anyone paying attention that you don't have the faintest idea about any technical aspects or concepts. Honestly, to me at least, this isn't an audience popularity contest.
Let's do this - how do you define "open"?
Finally, if by your own declaration, Google hasn't released Honeycomb code, then how is it really "open" ?
Yes, please. (Honeycomb) - xda-developers
Nook Color Running Honeycomb From SDK | xda-developers
Honeycomb SDK Ported to the HTC EVO!!! | xda-developers
Android 3.0 Honeycomb Preview Image v04 - 2/7/2011 - xda-developers
Honeycomb’s Newest Family Member: the HTC Desire | xda-developers
HTC HD2 Checks-In at the Honeycomb Party, Sensefully Steals Several Gingerbread Cookies | xda-developers
Honeycomb on the Desire HD [Video & DL] - xda-developers
Android Honeycomb Ported to the Nexus One! | xda-developers
[Q] how to install honeycomb on htc hd2 - xda-developers
Let me take a stab at both your responses to this, okay:
B&T: "But these are not official releases, and hacks, so that doesn't count"
Ct: "yeah, but didn't you say that "it's open", and isn't that what "being open" is all about?"
B&T: "Lalalalalala.... we can't hear you ...... Lalalalalalala"
B: (sudden shift in subject to something unrelated) "...and iOS is a dinosaur, and you and symbols should get a room, or something"
T: (busy grooming his beard and talking to an imaginary girlfriend) "... and you haven't proven anything, and I'm busy living under a rock"
Congratulations on figuring out how to use google. You've now achieved equal status to that of jlsdfgb.
Congratulations on yet again evading giving an answer, everytime that you are proven wrong -- you have quickly evolved to be the King of Dishonesty.
I'm surprised - no diminutive digs? I'm disappointed.
Sadly for you, these are the threads on xda that I actively follow, but then again, anything that doesn't agree with you must be "googled".
As we have already established, a minimum of familiarity with Google would potentially save you from repeat embarassment of looking like a fool (*cough* four icons *cough*)
Again, ironically, Symbols is contributing far more, even if just Googled, than you and trep are. You're basically just another of these typical nerd bullies, always boasting about "the latest thing", never really getting anything done, and getting quite flustered when someone comes along that knows more than you, and thus endangering your perceived position on the top of the crap heap.
If this was a face to face conversation, this would be the point where I would invite you to go and frak yourself.