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Sam1963

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邀請 Linux on UMPC
« 於: 2007-04-18 10:19 »
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您好, 首先歡迎您撥空讀取這個郵件, 我是劉昌賢或叫我 Sam (Samuel)亦可, 我寫這信的目的是希望能夠認識您並且組織一個以 Linux開放程式碼發展為主的任務團隊, 當然就管理面而言這是個複雜的資訊系統開發平台, 也因為有相當的挑戰性及業務開發與授權市場需要, 我很樂意把這樣的需求與您討論分享, 也十分樂意把這樣的機會當成是您我事業的合作!
若您問起我的機會在哪? 我非常希望與您在 Skype (samuel1963) 或面晤聯繫, 畢竟浩瀚的資訊市界裡, 您將來有天會扮演哪種角色, 都是兢兢業業與不斷進步得來的.  我們的公司並非上市公司, 但非常希望熱情與有才幹的您能夠加入並且成為開發者夥伴的關係, 我們尋找的必要條件是:
   熱情溝通與分享的能人
   與程式碼獨處的堅忍者
   與成功有約的人

我們的長期階段任務, 由於合約關係不能在此公開公司對象, 是要發展下列的產品:
   以 Linux開放碼為基礎的作業系統供 Desktop桌上機與 Emnedded 崁入式使用 (Linux + Intel inside)
   多媒體的編輯與播放 & 影像處理與應用技術
   行動的 3G/GSM/GPS/bt/WLAN 與 Ultra Mobility PC / Classmate PC的應用 (國內上市公司先導產品)
   一個商務應用的 global社群平台, 整合 ERP/POS/CMS/SCM/GIS/Comm 的機制
如果您有興趣或疑問, 我都很樂意與您討論並且取得合作意願後成為我們團隊的一份子, 相信透過眾人的力量我們可以做出好的東西也讓我們在世界舞台發聲!

誠摯的邀請您加入與貢獻

劉昌賢 April 6th, 2007  
Mobile: +886 – 968 – 943 127


寫完了邀請信, April 17拜訪了奇菱公司後讀到這篇報導&當日的工商時報A4版(關於 Classmate PC), 令人亦喜亦憂:
台灣的軟體&PC工業會不會又輸掉了? 為了不要輸, 我们能做啥?
這個需求與XX達 Andrew跟我說的相似, 但我還有更驚人的點子, 不能/想拖下去了!!


Intel to launch Linux-powered mobile Internet device
By David Flynn, ZDNet Australia
16 April 2007 01:57 PM
Intel is developing its own take on the mini-tablet, with a new ultra-mobile PC platform to be announced at this week’s Intel Developer Forum in Beijing. The big surprise? It’s based on Linux.
Called a Mobile Internet Device (pic), or MID, the devices will have screen sizes from 4.5 to six inches with a target audience described as "consumers and prosumers" rather than mobile professionals.
The MID2007 platform, currently codenamed McCaslin, will gain a more marketing-friendly moniker closer to next year’s release of the products. This is tipped to be an extension of the successful Centrino mobile brand, in the same manner as the recent announcement earlier this month of a higher-end Centrino Pro brand for enterprise-class notebooks incorporating Intel’s vPro management technology.
While McCaslin's CPU components -- codenamed Stealey -- will be dual-core processors clocked at 600-800MHz and capable of running Windows XP and Vista, Intel plans for the devices to run an embedded Linux OS but with a mix of open-source and proprietary code in the final products.
Typical MID uses will be "staying in touch", entertainment, information and location-based services. Intel’s presentation specifically cites Google Maps and Web-based "office and enterprise applications" in the last two categories. Connectivity will be provided through Wi-Fi and support for wide-area coverage via 3G HSDPA.
MID tablets will run a simplified "finger-friendly" user interface optimised for the small screens, based on the Gnome desktop but with an Intel-developed "master user interface" layer to serve as an equivalent to the desktop.
Developers will next month see the first MID-specific OS -- a tweak of China’s RedFlag Linux known as RedFlag MIDINUX -- while the IDF schedule itself includes a stream of "ultra mobile sessions" including one on "Designing for Linux-based mobile Internet devices".
Intel first tipped its hand in the UMPC space at least year's IDF, when it showcased several prototype devices no larger than a paperback book and announced a partnership with Yahoo to deliver a rich Web-based back end of business and personal services.
David Flynn is attending IDF/Spring in Beijing as a guest of Intel.
http://www.zdnet.com.au/news/hardware/soa/Intel-to-launch-Linux-powered-mobile-Internet-device-/0,130061702,339274887,00.htm