Finally it happened. It was announced today in the Forum Nokia Python section that a 1.4.0 final version of Python for Series 60 has been released. This is something that I’ve been waiting this for a long time since I’ve been kind of pissed of with the Symbian signing policy. And guess what… this final version of PyS60 has been officially signed by Nokia with all developer certificate capabilities so no more signing is required for Python application in order to access e.g., the GSM location or GPS APIs. How cool is this? Finally, it is humanly possible to develop applications for S60 mobiles. You can expect to see more PyS60 related stuff in this blog once the summer holidays are over. Until then, have a good summer…. I know I will.
Archive for July, 2007
I did yet another style update for the site. After a while, the last theme I used started to feel a bit too much eye-candy and it didn’t work very well on the Internet Explorer so I decided to make my own theme. This one is based on a CSS template made by Andreas Viklund. I’m still not totally satisfied with it and it still does not work correctly on Internet Exporer, but I’m working on it.
To celebrate the summer I thought I should update the blog layout a little. It was sort of outdated already. This is what I came up with. It is still “under construction”, but I try to fix it little by little and probably by the end of the summer it will be final.
I just got invited to Pownce. Thanks to salvatore for that. It’s like Twitter but way better. It allows users to do micro-blogging, and share links and files between each other. You can follow my public profile here. I just wish I could use Pownce also from my Nokia N800 or from my mobile phone. It would be more real-time that way since I’m carrying those with me pretty much all the time. Well, maybe they’ll open an API soon so I could write some client for that purpose then. Btw, I’ve got couple of invites left to share if someone is interested.