[wp-hackers] Wordpress Android App
ninodespam at gmail.com
Tue Jan 19 14:26:59 UTC 2010
Although I don't have an Android phone, I believe that a WordPress
application for that platform should be produced.
The trick you should be prepared to pull off are:
1. Keeping the feature sets similar between the iPhone and Android
2. Ensuring that bugs and features rolled out in one application are
quickly followed by the other
On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 3:11 AM, Mike Little <wordpress at zed1.com> wrote:
> 2010/1/19 Leif Andersen <leif.a.andersen at gmail.com>
> > Hello, my name is Leif and I am a student at the University of Utah. I
> > interested in participating in the Google Summer of Code program if they
> > have it this year. I would like to create the Wordpress Android App. I
> > aware of Wptogo, however after seeing a few reviews of it, I believe that
> > it
> > could be much better. My main question is, assuming that Google will
> > GSoC 2010, and that Wordpress is participating, is the wordpress
> > community interested at all in having an Android App, or would the idea
> > into deaf ears?
> > I asked this in the #wordpress and #wordpress-dev channels on IRC, and
> > pointed me to hear. Also, whether or not Google has the GSoC program
> > year, and whether or not I get accepted, I will work on said app
> > that there is any demand for it whatsoever, including myself), it's
> > a
> > matter of how much time I will be able to spend on it.
> > Thank you.
> > ~Leif Andersen
> Hi Leif,
> Speaking only for myself, I would welcome a WordPress Android App.
> I even considered doing it myself. Though I was thinking of porting the
> official WordPress iPhone app. As open source and aimed at a similar
> platform (in terms of functionality), it seemed like a good place to start.
> However lack of time and my reluctance to revive my not-touched-for-a-year
> Java skills have kept me from doing anything about it.
> I hope you do get to do the app, whether as GSoC or not. Good luck.
> Mike Little
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