The 2nd Finnish-Russian Mobile Linux summit will be held in Oulu, Finland, on 4-5 October 2011. The summit is organized by Center for Internet Excellence, Petrozavodsk State University and Open Innovations Framework Program FRUCT. We welcome you to download the Call for Participation in PDF plus poster1 and poster2.
The summit provides an unmatched collaboration and education forum for all matters Mobile Linux. The summit brings together the best and brightest that the Regional Mobile Linux communities have to offer, including core developers, administrators, end users, business executives, and
We welcome all FRUCT members to take active part in Intel AppUp developer challenge. You have a chance to win one of 6 prizes of 20'000 USD, prize of 60'000 USD and a trip to Antarctica and other prizes. We encourage you to take it seriously as this opportunity can change your life! Please read more at the contest page.
We welcome you to take part in the First Russian MeeGo conference that will be held in Moscow on March 11, 2011. Thanks to our sponsors and partners (Nokia, Intel, ANX), the conference participation is free of charge, but you must take online registration.
In addition to the conference you can request participation in two MeeGo trainings. The first training is for beginners and second training consists of a few modules and targetted for MeeGo professionals. To participate in these trainings you have to get an invitation, which can be requested by email as specified at the training pages.
Looking forward to see you in Moscow. Please note that the conference language is Russian.
“Getting Things Done” (GTD) is one of the most popular method of personal time management. Its main goal is to increase personal productivity by unloading all the tasks from the person's mind into an external system (GTD-system) and using a special procedure to control them. All the tasks and task-related information are initially placed into the inbox folder. Afterwards they are sorted into other folders according to the procedure. Although the GTD-method does not require any means of automatization, there is a plenty of applications for various platforms, which declare support for it. Nevertheless, there are several aspects which are not represented in existing
The project goal is to develop a simple vector scheme editor for mobile devices with touch screen. The main feature of our editor SketchIt is auto recognition of figures. This helps users to draw an accurate and neatly schemes quickly.
Nowadays almost everybody, who have been involved in a team work, is familiar with the following problem. During a conference or a meeting there appears a necessity to draw a scheme or a graph. It might be a system architecture, device structure or a project schedule. It should be possible to draw such scheme very fast using mobile device, but the result should be accurate and neatly.
In existing scheme editors (MS Visio, OpenOffice Draw) users select the figure from some predefined