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    What happens to app catalog access if Open webOS gets ported to say a Galaxy Nexus like in yesterdays article? Are we limited to stock and homebrew apps?
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    Good question. What i do know is that with the Touchpad Android port you have to add the google play app yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdram View Post
    What happens to app catalog access if Open webOS gets ported to say a Galaxy Nexus like in yesterdays article? Are we limited to stock and homebrew apps?
    Preware isn't working in Open webOS because there isn't support of Mojo. The App catalog is supported only for legacy devices. So you can use only the defauls apps and additional apps installed by yourself.
    And there isn't also Facebook, Google, Yahoo Synergy services.

    What's missing from Open webOS 1.0: Nothing that can't be fixed | webOS Nation
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    Quote Originally Posted by wMarck90 View Post
    Preware isn't working in Open webOS because there isn't support of Mojo. The App catalog is supported only for legacy devices. So you can use only the defauls apps and additional apps installed by yourself.
    And there isn't also Facebook, Google, Yahoo Synergy services.

    What's missing from Open webOS 1.0: Nothing that can't be fixed | webOS Nation
    What you didn't acknowledge is that Mojo is easy to add to the port according to homebrew devs plus that we're talking about the *finished* port. We're not even alpha on this port.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vistaus View Post
    What you didn't acknowledge is that Mojo is easy to add to the port according to homebrew devs plus that we're talking about the *finished* port. We're not even alpha on this port.
    I know, but you forgot Mojo is closed source, you don't have the permission to do.
    HP app catalog, Synergy additional services and apps isn't a part of the Port.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wMarck90 View Post
    I know, but you forgot Mojo is closed source, you don't have the permission to do.
    HP app catalog, Synergy additional services and apps isn't a part of the Port.
    Closed/Open, as long as one pulls from the webOS 3.0.5 doctor and does not distribute, no legal issues, App catalog along with the right palm build info will give you a palm account, which then gives one access to the app catalog.

    FYI my pixiplus according to palm is webOS 2.1.0, but as the device responds as a pixiplus it knows. So one may impersonate an existing device..
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Steffes View Post
    Closed/Open, as long as one pulls from the webOS 3.0.5 doctor and does not distribute, no legal issues, App catalog along with the right palm build info will give you a palm account, which then gives one access to the app catalog.

    FYI my pixiplus according to palm is webOS 2.1.0, but as the device responds as a pixiplus it knows. So one my impersonate an existing device..
    Good for tech users, but from a commercial perspective and user, NO. If Open webOS want a future needs more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wMarck90 View Post
    Good for tech users, but from a commercial perspective and user, NO. If Open webOS want a future needs more.
    That is HP/Palm issue, I have an App that will grab the doctor from their web site extract and apply frameworks and app ipks.
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    By all appearances and based on what I've read around this board - John Steffes has studied these issues in-depth and knows what it is that can be done in terms of Meta-Doctoring... Realistically, practically and legally.

    His is an opinion worth listening to.

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    So as far as I can see it will not be possible to use Skype if there's open webOS on a Galaxy Nexus, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelmutsKohl View Post
    So as far as I can see it will not be possible to use Skype if there's open webOS on a Galaxy Nexus, right?
    its laggy as hell and wont even support any phone functions and you worry about the lack of skype?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelmutsKohl View Post
    So as far as I can see it will not be possible to use Skype if there's open webOS on a Galaxy Nexus, right?
    Even if we extract Skype from webOS 3.0.5, it is not enough, we attempted before we got webOS 2.2.4 on a PrePlus to get Skype, but only messaging was the result. It was to integrated into the video/audio system, but one can always pickup where we left, I will not say it is impossible, just a lot of work.
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    With the release of Open WebOS 1.0, I would expect some push to get an application distribution system ready for it. And honestly, writing an Enyo replacement for preware shouldn't be impossible. Given the pre-alpha state of everything right now, there's not much of a rush. I'm sure it's being looked at. As far as Skype, well, that's up to Skype in the future. Once a beta with cellular radio comes out, I'll be in line to test it out.
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    but honestly this all sounds like a lot of work for guys that have dayjobs.

    Quote Originally Posted by myself
    hhm i understand that HP can't provide these things in OpenSource manner, but the unique points of webOS are missing:

    account and backup cloud sync stuff would just have been much better with in 2.x newly introduced db8 clouddb for apps - now kind of sensless without central account. Well iCloud sadly took the lead here with app backup...

    PDK apps were an easy way for devs to port their games/apps - missing for now.

    Synergy was the most outstanding part of webOS. Now missing.

    App catalog missing, well without central account that's impossible, but how should this attract devs?

    and finally even the vast majority of already available apps won't work anymore cause of Mojo missing.

    And what about gestures on phones is there an replacement planned for back gesture (i don't want backbuttons).

    Well i guest i have to use Pre2 a lil longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wMarck90 View Post
    Good for tech users, but from a commercial perspective and user, NO. If Open webOS want a future needs more.
    Why do you keep talking about commercial perspectives?

    Open webOS has no known commercial future. There are no known commercial partners for Open webOS. There are no known commercial partners even interested in Open webOS.

    Seriously, if commercial support for webOS is what you are waiting for, then you should just stop holding your breath now. Move on and save yourself the bitterness you are displaying in your posts, and leave this forum bitterness-free for those who are interested in webOS regardless of commercial interests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo21 View Post
    but honestly this all sounds like a lot of work for guys that have dayjobs.
    Thats what I'm thinking! It looks like too much work for small group of people with their dayly jobs. I've started thread with question how HP imagine to bring more core OS developers to the party.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    Why do you keep taking about commercial perspectives?

    Open webOS has no known commercial future. There are no known commercial partners for Open webOS. There are no known commercial partners even interested in Open webOS.

    Seriously, if commercial support for webOS is what you are waiting for, then you should just stop holding your breath now. Move on and save yourself the bitterness you are displaying in your posts, and leave this forum bitterness-free for those who are interested in webOS regardless of commercial interests.

    -- Rod
    Rod, the interest for commercial purposes in Open webOS exists, for sure.
    The prove is here: http://forums.webosnation.com/webos-...tor-webos.html - see my final post
    Saddly, no one shows any interest, since today, to get involved in such a project...
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    Quote Originally Posted by saltsaint View Post
    Rod, the interest for commercial purposes in Open webOS exists, for sure.
    The prove is here: http://forums.webosnation.com/webos-...tor-webos.html - see my final post
    Saddly, no one shows any interest, since today, to get involved in such a project...
    Doesn't your last sentence invalidate your first sentence?
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    Quote Originally Posted by saltsaint View Post
    Rod, the interest for commercial purposes in Open webOS exists, for sure.
    The prove is here: http://forums.webosnation.com/webos-...tor-webos.html - see my final post
    Saddly, no one shows any interest, since today, to get involved in such a project...
    I see no evidence of serious commercial interest in that thread.

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    Fact is, nobody has answered our request in that post, quoted below:
    "Thank you for your responses.
    Our small project has become to be much more than it was supposed to be since a company has the ideea to use it in commercial ways.

    First good news is that they are willing to use webOS instead of Android to be the "interface" with their clients in a new device that will be build.

    Second, this company is willing to port webOS to arm-boards like Raspberry Pi and simmilar so that the integration with their appliance to be more fesable financial terms.

    Since we are not prepared to handle such a task, is it possible to tell me who may be able/willing to start discussions with the company regarding this project? Me and my coleagues will be part only in the mechanical engineering part of the project so I will only pass the contact to the managers of that company for all the details."

    @CGK
    Sorry for my bad wording – what I ment was that after posting an invitation to everybody to join this project, we got no answers. There wasn't any intention of invalidation.

    @Rod
    From where your conclusion, Rod, that you don't see any evidence of serious commercial interest? Did you go further asking questions? Are you interested to be part of such a development? Then please reply to that request
    If there is an opportunity, why not accept it?

    Maybe, instead of this fatalism showed in manny posts in this forum, a positive attitude will bring a much deserved good faith to webOS. I guess that not only the company who hired us is or would be interested in using webOS instead of other OS's, and this because the decision is logical and makes sense if one wants to control an environment and offer a better user experience.
    It takes time and effort (and maybe chance) to present a solution and eventually get someones interest but this means doing something.
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