Over the years, we’ve had the pleasure and privilege to work with a number of great businesses. We would also like to thank those businesses and many others we aren’t able to mention here for their support over the years. Just some of those businesses include:
A good job on scoping the work, delivering on time and delivering working code
Lanedo's work on writing a device driver for HauteSpot Networks that was based on the work they had been doing in the Open Source world for NetworkManager & ModemManager. The device driver was for a modem based on Qualcomm GOBI and was fairly complex because we did not have actual vendor support for the APIs that the modem used.
Lanedo did a good job on scoping the work, delivering on time and delivering working code. They are both experts in their chosen field and I would highly recommend them to anyone.
Very easy to work with Lanedo, due to their technical knowledge but also their teamwork skills
Lanedo was working for the Tracker team while I was managing the team. In their daily routines, Lanedo had always been very professional, showing great interest in both the status and the direction of the project. It has always been very easy to work with Lanedo, due to their technical knowledge but also their teamwork skills. Lanedo were always very open in sharing information and willing to help.
Over a decade of direct experience working with various Open Source communities
Lanedo developers were in charge of the upstreaming and development of important features of Maemo UI and Application Framework (such as GTK+, X.Org and the input framework). Without their help Nokia and the Maemo project would have had considerably larger code churn and a rather difficult time maintaining patch sets over different codebases. The Lanedo team have over a decade of direct experience working with various Open Source communities, as well as the soft skills needed to get stuff done.
Improved the X.org graphical subsystem with numerous multitouch-related bug fixes
Lanedo was involved from the very beginning to extend the OLPC sofware platform called Sugar, enhancing the user interface with touch functionality and therefore laying the foundation for future developments. The team not only improved the X.org graphical subsystem with numerous multitouch-related bug fixes, but also extended the respective functionality of the GTK+ toolkit, used for drawing windows, icons and other UI widgets.
Sugar has been a significant differentiating factor in the worldwide user community for the XO laptop. We appreciate the support of Lanedo to continue the development and enrichment of the Sugar platform.
One Laptop Per Child
Extremely pleased with the Lanedo work on ModemManager
We have been extremely pleased with the Lanedo work on ModemManager. Lanedo has restructured Modem Manager to support LTE modems. We are impressed with the quality of the work and the deliver according to plan. It has allowed our team to focus on other projects knowing that ModemManager is being updated to our specifications and with the agreement of the rest of the Network Manager community.