After some tinkering with Cyanogen (mod) I've reverted back to LeeDrOiD in particular the modified version T-Mod. The main reason I suppose is that I like the eye candy and some of the HTC widgets just make tasks quicker and easier!
This is not to say that Cyanogen is not to my liking, because it can be themed thus a level of "eye candy" can be achieved, but the HTC Sense UI won't work on Cyanogen! nor would I even try (are Ye mad?)
Oh and as Telstra finally released their bloated version of FroYo, T-Mod has (well the maintainer) made some small adjustments to align with Telstra's APN/MMS configuration… all the info can be read here
Well as the last week & a half have been pretty hectic, I've not had much time to even look at my blog, little lone write something worth while. There has been lots happening with Clare, but I'm not going to discuss/talk about that in this post, only to day what I just said!
On my Android front, there has been two updates released for the custom ROM that I'm currently using (T-Mod) these have really only been minor fixes (ROM based off LeeDrOid) some of the fixes were for applications I've not even used!
On the 6th of October, Icinga unified release 1.2 was let loose at the OSMC in Nürnberg, so far the response has been very positive for both companies & users of Icinga! So a big thanks goes out to the Icinga Team for their hard work & dedication towards the open source community. Oh yes, the surprise release of a mobile Web UI at the OSMC was a show stopper! Loss of "ohh & ahh" I've yet to set it up on my Icinga service, but when I get the time I certainly will be.
On the amateur radio front there isn't much to mention either! But version 0.67 of the Alpha Code was released from Byon, this addressed some issues that crept into release 0.66 Again I've yet to update my two TinyTrak4 units to the latest firmware.
Now as I've not really had that much to say, here's an image of Maisie …
Now if you hadn't heard already about the fact that I have an Android HTC Desire, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN! but if this is your first visit then you are excused! 😉
I've used the following application from the Android Market called ShootMe, note to use this application you do need to have your phone "rooted" as it requires superuser privileges to do its magic. As for some strange reason I couldn't get DDMS working from the current SDK for Android to take screen shots.
Basically, all I'm showing is how I have my phone's appearance setup, now you have seven work spaces (screens) and one overview where you can touch the screen you want to quickly jump to, but only from the home screen.
The order of these images is as follows, Overview, Weather widget, Calendar widget, E-mail widget, Home screen, Friend stream widget, News RSS widget & FM Radio and Media player widgets.