twilight312 at gmail
Jun 17, 2012, 9:13 AM
Post #2 of 2
There is no delay, Marco - submissions are accepted until 00:00 UTC. Hoever, Your submission lack basic fields required to be valid - like link to Your maemo.org and TMO accounts.
Re: Maemo Community Awards AllBoutN9.info
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Please, fix it before deadline.
On nie 17 cze 2012 17:19:12 CEST, AllBoutN9 <info [at] allboutn9> wrote:
> Dear Maemo Community,
> Through a sports accident and two broken fingers I unfortunately only
> was at a computer when it was absolutely necessary (school and work) the
> past weeks. I missed that there was a submission deadline for the
> community awards what I regret a lot - but I'll still give it a try and
> would fully understand in case my community effort couldn't be
> considered anymore.
> I'm not yet that long a member of the Maemo community and spend a lot of
> time at the iOS community before I got my hand on a Nokia N9. It has
> been interesting but not that easy to switch a community and arrive in a
> new one as a complete noob.
> I had to find my place first and ended up creating www.AllBoutN9.info.
> AllBoutN9 is a website which aims any Nokia N9 users - or in other words
> many "normal" users which don't use the phone the same way most
> community members use it. My website was created after I felt that Nokia
> (esp. Nokia Conversations) doesn't talk enough about the N9 and I was
> also looking for a way to share my experiences, ideas and solutions.
> So far the Website has been a success and it got many loyal readers.
> Furthermore we (I have someone who helps me with writing articles) had
> contact with several developers who shared us their applications for
> reviewing and testing. It's also nice to see that we have new authors in
> the list who are ready to write for us.
> But that's not all: We also started to support many users - daily there
> are questions via our Twitter page, Facebook page, website itself and
> especially email about Nokia N9. Two times it even ended up in long
> Skype conversations where we tried to fix 2 phones which got messed up
> with NITDroid (in combination with unexperienced phone users).
> It's a fun project and great to get in contact with so many Nokia N9
> users all around the world. But of course it is a very time-consuming
> website (not only the writing, but appealing webdesign and articles.
> Through my absence the blog got a bit unattended but I was happy to hear
> from several people that we have to keep up the project. Isn't that a
> great motivation? Certainly it is :-)
> Have a look at the website yourself: www.allboutn9.info
> Since I'm not a developer and mainly aim end-users, I would prefer a
> Nokia N9. It would be nice and helpful to have another N9 "in the team".
> Thank you for your consideration and apologies for my delay,
> Marco Geiger