May 10, 2006 1 Comment
I'm proud to announce that we've added a new site to the LQ family. TreoQuestions.org is in many ways modeled after LQ, but is a 100% separate and distinct entity that will have a flavor all its own. The site has a Treo forum, a download section and a Treo Wiki already. Once we have worked out the bugs and the site is out of beta, we'll be adding more – including developer tools and whatever else the community wants. Going from LQ which consistently has 2,000 people online at any given time to a new site is going to be interesting, but I'm looking forward to the challenge. Many people have asked where the idea came from. Well, first I have a Treo and really like it. If anyone is looking for a smartphone, I highly recommend you check the Treo out. The passion is there, and for me that's a critical component. The thing that set me over the top though, was really LinuxWorld Boston, where LQ was in the .org Pavilion. The Platinum Sponsor of the show was none other than PalmSource (promoting their Linux Access Platform). With rumors that Palm may also be working on a Linux platform, it seems clear that Linux is the future platform (or at least one of the platforms) for the Treo. That was the deciding factor there. They're going where I already am (and have been for a long time) – Linux. As we've done with LQ, I hope to work closely with the Treo and Palm communities. We've already started on that and the response has been outstanding. We already have people like Sammy from Palm Addicts recommending us (I'd like to extend him a huge thanks BTW) and the feedback from others I've contacted has been similar. So, check out the site and let us know what you think.
Treo, Palm, PalmSource, Linux