So finally, Smiles 1.1 for Netbooks (The Intel AppUp Center) has been submitted. Also, though Moblin Netbook Smiles was submitted last week, it came back with a very minor issue. That is now fixed, and sent as well. So Netbook Smiles == all done.

Moblin 2.1 running on the USB key

I have 1 last mobile port I’m doing, Samsung Bada. Again, Google wont let Canadians make Google Checkout Merchant accounts, so Android and NACL Smiles ports will be pending that, and a good motivator for each. I’m hoping to be finished with the Bada port in a few days, but we’ll see. The OpenGL ES 2.0 rendering branch is prepped and totally ready for Sammy.

Then, at last, the Mystery Platform port.

Mystery Platform requires numerous changes and additions to meet my needs, and the needs of the platform holder. It’s certainly the most work of all the ports. But the platform is totally awesome, hence all the emphasis as a mystery. I’m very excited about it. 🙂

My plan initially was to try crunching it together in a month (June), but I think I’m going to take it easy, and also start on the ground-work for the new projects (i.e. adding library features, cleaning up my UI code, fixing my broken 3D code, making some tools?, etc). I will be using Smiles and the Mystery Platform port as a test-bed and reference for the refactoring I’m doing, but I expect myself to jump back and forth between non-Smiles tests in the process. By the end of the summer, I want Smiles for Mystery Platform done and out, and to be totally ready to seriously start the next project.

Anyways, it’s time to go erase 2 more items off my whiteboard. 🙂