Yesterday morning, I've read an article, which some of you guys cited in various ways, from OS News
I was interested in the mobile part
, of the series of pages, like most of you. I just laughed at it and didn't want to point out what's not real, or so. Thank you for the interesting story, lawyer, thanks.
There is an interesting project among them, which I came to know with that interview. Joey
, Firefox's add-on. At first, I read the interview, then open the wiki page, so I thought it works like OperaMini. But as wiki described, it just sends page you view to the server, the server transforms the contents into some full-desktop-grade-but-suitable-for-mobile, then the mobile devices re-transforms it to display on the small screen. That's what I understood. How can we control the pages on the screen, of the mobile devices you have? No ways? Is it one-way transfer of the contents what you view on the desktop PC?
I have never met any person within Moz community who is interested in mobile Firefox or Minimo. They used to say, do you like to view pages on such a small screen?
I think the most difficult problem for the Joey project is resources of human being. Among the free software communities, volunteers often come to the popular projects, with or without wages. Unpopular projects end up soon or later, as we learned from Fedora Legacy Project