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Today I released the ipk files for granule. Granule is a flash-card software with a Leitner-based repetition scheme. The ipk are for OpenZaurus and should be considered alpha since there has been no optimization yet for the low resolution of the SL-5500 for example.
We welcome Johnny Andersson to the gakusei project. Along with him, he brings a "ready-to-take-for-a-spin" vocab trainer which is one of our main goals and tasks. The software is only available for the Zaurus PDA at the moment and thus furthers the focus of gakusei on this little gadget, but Johnny also shares our dedication to providing cross-platform solutions. Expect something for your Desktop and possibly other PDAs in the future. While I thought the old name of ZNarau was kind of cute, Johnny even changed the name of his project to JARDS to reflect this hardware independence.... read more
We have released the packages for Japanese keyboard input called QPOBox. Get them while they are hot from the files page.
OpenZaurus-based PDA now have both keyboard-based and handwriting-based Japanese input methods available.
Today, we released the ipk package for nunome for the Sharp Zaurus plus the necessary ipk dependencies. Nunome is a Kanji and Kana handwriting recognition. This means that Openzaurus now has Japanese input capabilities publicly available.
A keyboard-based input method is likely to follow soon.
The project is moving along nicely. Today, AlexTe joined the ranks of devs at gakusei.sf.net - and with a splash he did. He is the first to successfully compile and run a complete and working Japanese input method for OpenZaurus. That makes me forever indebted to him as I can now finally dump SharpROM. We will soon distribute the files here. Stay tuned.
All hail AlexTe, welcome in the team.
We are glad that the influx of devs continues. Achim is the latest geek to join us here at gakusei.sf.net. He is a PHD-student in computer science but very busy at the moment. We hope he is able to stop by and share his wisdom from time to time nonetheless. よろしく！
After we welcomed pH5 aka Philipp yesterday, we are happy to announce that Luke-Jr, likewise from the http://www.openembedded.org camp has also joined the ranks here at gakusei.sf.net. Welcome aboard and glad to have you on the team.
We hope to be able to keep at growing the gakusei community to reach critical mass for cracking out all kinds of goodies to help learners of the Japanese language. 頑張りまーす！
We welcome pH5  aka Philipp in the rung of developers at gakusei.sf.net .
He apparently is a very talented dev since he managed to get anthy  to cross-compile on OpenEmbedded  which we thusly are going to host here as well. This brings us an important step closer to have Japanese input capabilities on the PDA devices supported by openembedded.org. Aren't you all anxious to use your PDA for learning on-the-go and do it with free software? ... read more