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Re: device recognition framework

From: Andrea Trasatti <trasatti@bware.it>
Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2002 23:26:16 +0100
Message-Id: <200211052226.gA5MQGV23720@online.bware.it>
To: "Stan Wiechers" <Stan@rga.com>, "www-mobile@w3.org" <www-mobile@w3.org>

     I'm sorry I'm a little bit in a hurry, but please, check this opensource
project that is supposed to do similar work.


Any question can be sent to me directly or to the mailing list wmlprogramming
@ yahoo grouops ( I can't remember the exact address, sorry, I'm not home).


On 11/5/2002, "Stan Wiechers" <Stan@rga.com> wrote:

>Hello everyone,
>over the last couple of month I worked on  an open source java framework to
>help me to recognize a specific device/browser and to determine the
>capabilities of such. I did it because of frustrating experiences with
>existing software. The software is not related to CC/PP, but I followed the
>development of it a little and always found it very interesting.
>I'm definitely looking for help to improve the software and expand the
>possibilities. The most immediate help right now I need is in completing
>device capabilities list. Let me know if you want to join and help. I still
>have to lay down a road map and look for ideas where to got to. Goal was to
>keep the software small, simple and ready to do the job now and not in 12
>month from now which I always thought was the problem behind CC/PP, not
>ready to use NOW even so the concept is great. Correct me if I'm wrong.
>The documentation at
>http://merkwelt.sourceforge.net/documentation/index.html should be a good
>start. The list of supported device/browser types can be found at:
>http://merkwelt.sourceforge.net/documentation/resolverProfiles/. . I also
>wrote an article about it for an industry newsletter which explains what
>software does:
>Appreciate any feedback,
>Stan Wiechers
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