Gaia email app?

Andrew Sutherland asutherland at asutherland.org
Tue Sep 10 09:03:12 UTC 2013


Not trivial, not impossible.  The Gaia e-mail app requires access to 
privileged APIs and full operation requires the availability of other 
apps to service web activity requests for contacts lookups and file 
attaching.

On 09/10/2013 10:49 AM, Jonathan Protzenko wrote:
> Out of curiosity, how hard would it be to re-package the Gaia email app
> as a standalone app that can run on top of *Firefox for Android*? (Just
> like, say, the Twitter client.)
>
> ~ jonathan
>
> On Tue 10 Sep 2013 10:48:03 AM CEST, Andrew Sutherland wrote:
>> On 09/09/2013 04:04 PM, Tanstaafl wrote:
>>> I was wondering if this is in any kind of usable form. I'm tired of
>>> some of the K9 mail bugs, and would love to test this out on my shiny
>>> new Nexus4...
>> Firefox OS on the Nexus 4 has a lot of rough edges because of the use
>> of a soft home button (on-display, non-hardware button) and some
>> crashers.  I wouldn't advise using it on a Nexus 4 as your primary
>> device.
>>
>> The e-mail app is usable, but it would probably be a rough transition
>> from K9.  I would suggest waiting until we get closer to the v1.3
>> release cycle at least.
>>
>> Andrew
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