[GDP] Demo HMIs available for this week

Robert Marshall robert.marshall at codethink.co.uk
Thu Oct 6 11:07:42 EDT 2016


I've looked at some of the applications in the repos today.

We've created a recipe for connected-home and run it on the Rasp Pi3

There are some issues with the FMRadio app because of its use of
qdeclarativeradio, so it installs but won't run because that module
isn't included.

Do you know as to when any further updates by ICS to the app
repository and the launcher will appear?


Justin Noel <justin at ics.com> writes:

> We still don't have access to push to or create new branches on the
> above projects. What is the status of our accounts and these projects.
> During the GDP call it was mentioned these projects would be modified
> to allow access for GGT members. Speaking of which can someone check
> if our accounts are part of the GGT group? My account Justin-Noel
> should be. Thanks!
> On Wed, Oct 5, 2016 at 12:12 PM, Justin Noel <justin at ics.com> wrote:
>> Tatiana,
>> We are having trouble checking code into the repos below, but the work
>> is done. Can you make sure Justin-Noel, binaryquinn and vydoung10 have
>> commit access to the repos below.
>> Everyone,
>> These are some HMI demos from JLR that were released to GENIVI last
>> week. These are strictly example HMIs written in QML with no
>> functionality to control anything. We have ported them from portrait
>> resolution of 1080x1920 to 1920x1080 landscape to meet the GENIVI
>> hardware requirements. Once code is checked in these are considered
>> done. I will send another email as commits are executed on the repos.
>> FM Radio:
>> https://github.com/GENIVI/FMRadio
>> Connected Home:
>> https://github.com/GENIVI/connected-home
>> https://github.com/GENIVI/HVAC
>> There is the possibility that a media manager / player may get done
>> for this week, but it is not guaranteed. Roland and Vy are working on
>> it as we speak.
>> Thanks,
>> --Justin
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