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Master Geek

Topic # 14946 27-Jul-2007 09:49
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Hi all,

I am looking for a developer to port the DevMan application to S60 V3 and UiQ for free.
It currently is on the S60 and S80 platforms, and it builds from a single source tree.

You can find more information about DevMan at

Over the past few years from the sites that it has been distributed on it has has over 60k downloads.

I have always intended to port it myself, but unfrotunately I can never find the time to do this.

If you are interested in doing this port, then contact me on

The fine print :-)
1.    DevMan will continue to be offered free of charge
2.    DevMan trial will continue to be allowed to be downloaded from any website
3.    DevMan will however need to be registered (free of charge) on  Hence, the activation enabling code needs to remain int he application.

Please - only developers that have Symbian experience need apply - while any enthusiastic starters are great to see, I would like to ensure the best success possible for the port!



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 80249 29-Jul-2007 18:38
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Try posting it in SymbianFreak forum as there should be more people interested in these sort of things

Looking forward for your program to be integrated with V3:)

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