Frequenly asked questions for Gammu and Wammu now have been answered!
People still ask similar questions Gammu and Wammu and it's not that funny to answer them again and again. So I finally wrote them down and made them available as separate FAQ page.
Published on Nov. 26, 2009 by Michal Čihař
Gammu and Wammu are translated to several languages, but the translations are far from being perfect.
The contribution is easy and documented on translating page. Translating brings you great opportunity to contribute to free software without programming skills, so if you know some language, feel free to start as soon as possible! New Wammu release is getting closer and it will include your work.
Published on Nov. 24, 2009 by Michal Čihař
Gammu and Wammu are looking for maintainer of Windows build. You have great opportunity to help this project.
As you might have noticed, Gammu 1.26.91 has been released without Windows binaries for Python bindings. The reason is simple - my cross compilation setup broke again and I don't have time to fix it. Cross building Python extensions was always tricky, but it is getting harder and harder with each Python version - it requires newer MSVC support libraries to link with and it introduces various complications.
Doing that natively on Windows, should not be that hard. You need to have Visual Studio and you need some experiences with building things for Windows. If you want to help, just contact us on mailing list.
Published on Nov. 19, 2009 by Michal Čihař
Roadmap for Gammu and Wammu is now available.
Roadmap for Gammu and Wammu has been just published. Right now it contains just basic information about next releases, but in future it is expected to include more details about next few releases. It will allow users and application developers to be prepared for some changes longer in advance. Also if you are interested in helping with some listed feature, you are welcome to help!
Published on Oct. 22, 2009 by Michal Čihař
Wammu and Gammu now have brand new website.
Welcome to brand new website for Gammu, Wammu and related tools. It has been written to concentrate all related content in one place and create single entrance point to anything Gammu related.
If you want to know technical details, it is built using Django and you can find it's code in git repository.
I hope you will love it.
Published on Aug. 7, 2009 by Michal Čihař