Moving the open-source stuff from phab.mmmk2410 to GitLab
The journey started in early 2016 when I decided to move my open-source projects and their management away from GitHub. First I launched a cgit instance for viewing the code and set up a gitolite for repository hosting. After a short time I moved the repositories to a self-hosted Phabricator instance at phab.mmk2410.org, because with that platform I had the possibilities for project management like issues or workboards. But this concept also didn’t last for long.
Morse Converter Web App 0.3
Hi folks! No! The writtenMorse project is not dead! Yesterday I released version 0.3 of the Morse converter web app. This update brings better performance when converting large texts thanks to a new converting engine written in Dart. You can test it now live at mmk2410.org/morseconverter. Feel free to give me feedback either to me at opensource(at)mmk2410(dot)org or on the GitLab project. Thanks!
Morse Converter Android 2.4.0
A new release of the Android app is out. In comes with the same features, that where released with the desktop version 2.0. Line break support Instant converting Intelligent code recognization Slightly re-designed UI for the new features Get the app now at Google Play.
Morse Converter Desktop Version 2.0.0
It’s time that I announce a new version of the morse converter with some awesome new features, that will simplify your converting life: Completely Native UI with tabs Instant converting Intelligent code recognization Update through the app itself. (Not available in the .deb package or in the Ubuntu repository) Have fun with it! Download
Morse Converter Desktop Public Beta 1.9.3
Today I publish a public beta version of the next version of the morse converter for desktop systems. This version comes with the following new features: Intelligent code recognization (code and language) automatic / instant converting line break support integrated update function tabbed design native ui on all systems Feel free to try this version. Please report all bugs at the bug tracker: https://github.com/mmk2410/morse-converter/issues or to opensource(at)mmk2410(dot)org. Download
Morse Converter Android App Version 2.2.7
Version 2.2.7 of the Morse Converter for Android is out and comes with the following changes: Design Added shadow to the actionbar (exept for tablets) New layout for about Other small design fixes Functions Added option to donate Added writtenMorse code list Closes keyboard when opening the drawer Other Fixed links in the about sections Keyboard closes now after convertion process New icon Bugfix: Cursor not visible Bugfix: Sharing didn’t work
Morse Converter Android App Beta testing
This week I decided to enable beta testing for new version of the morse converter android app to provide better and less buggier builds for all users. I would really appreachiate it, if you would help me by testing beta builds. Just join the Google+ community.
Web App Alpha Release
Today I release a first alpha version of the Morse Converter Web App. This version is not ready for professional use. It’s just there for testing and bug finding and fixing. Have fun with it! :) Morse Converter Alpha
Morse Converter Android Version 2.1
This release includes the following features: Tablet layout Display fix in the About section The update will be available on Google Play in a few hours.
Morse Converter Debian Package
For all my users of Debian-based systems: I made a .deb package, so installing will be much easier. Just download the .deb package and execute the following command as root: dpkg -i morse-converter.deb If you’re using an Ubuntu-based distro: I created a ppa for easy installing and updating. Just fire up a terminal and run the following lines: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mmk2410/morse-converter sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install morse-converter Have a lot of fun!