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Tomislav Sečen
Project role(s): Project leader
Personal info: 23 and counting, lives in vicinity of Zagreb, eats large amounts of chocolate:)
Skills & Interests: Java, Bluetooth, open source development
Hobbies: none for the last five years (but one if you count the faculty:)
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Email: tomislav.secen@fer.hr


Marko Đurić
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Personal info: Born 1981. in Zagreb, Croatia, and living here since then. Now studying Computer science at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.
Skills & Interests: computer software and hardware, audio/video electronics and mobile devices
Hobbies: off-road bycicling, playing keyboards (both musical and computer), audio/video electronics, etc.
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Email: marko.duric@fer.hr


Sanjin Goglia
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Personal info: Born on 25.6.1980., living in Zagreb
Skills & Interests: Video & audio compression, multimedia on handheld computers & other mobile devices, live data streaming over Internet
Hobbies: Martial arts (BJJ, Shorinji Kempo), traveling
Pesonal Page:
Email: sanjin.goglia@fer.hr


Dražen Njerš
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Personal info: born in Slavonski Brod, 03.02.1981. At the moment I'm studying on Faculty of electrotechnical engineering and computer science in Zagreb. I 'm attending last semester and hope to graduate this year.
Skills & Interests:
Hobbies: like sport, especialy soccer and handball that I use to play couple years ago
Pesonal Page:
Email: drazen.njers@fer.hr

Published: 2003-11-27 at 02:17
I would like to thank the team for their first effort in getting the baseline for the work all figured out!
Everything else will be easier, you'll see:)
Tomislav Sečen
Published: 2003-11-13 at 23:00
Edited: 2003-11-13 at 23:03
javabluetooth source has been commited to CVS, please examine it till Tuesday.

 [everything is the same for Eclipse, except for the project name - it's javabluetooth instead of Harald-NG]
 [there is also a link to the authors homepage in the link farm] 
Tomislav Sečen
Published: 2003-11-11 at 01:33
Edited: 2003-11-13 at 23:04
I uploaded the existing Harald codebase to the CVS (orson.rasip.fer.hr). You should have gotten your logins for that machine.
Detailed how-to on Eclipse & CVS is posted below, in the docs folder.
Please report any problems you might have getting the source!

p.s.#0 the source is still a little bit messy, this will improve during the next few days:)
p.s.#1 if you haven't got Eclipse yet, I'll have it on CD's for you on Thursday, just state your need!
p.s.#2 you don't know what Harald is? Shame on you! Check that link #2 in the link farm:)

Tomislav Sečen
Published: 2003-11-07 at 01:30
Edited: 2003-11-07 at 10:01

Hellow everybody!

Below I posted some essential project documentation.

Since we will be looking into Service Discovery Protocol (SDP), Serial Port Emulation (RFCOMM) and OBject EXchange (OBEX) protocol, I've extracted the relevant portions of the Bluetooth 1.1 specification.

In our development process we will closely follow the Java APIs for Bluetooth Wireless Technology (JSR-82) specification (also posted below).

If you don't have any Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) coding experience, I would suggest that you take a look at the MIDP guide in the link repository (or find some similar reading, concentrate on Connector class and Generic Connection Framework - GCF).

Team members will be notified of any new uploads in this section.

Tomislav Sečen

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