And why do we want to do that? Because we can use everything in the Debian archive on our phones!
This is the xmonad window manager, programmed in Haskell and usually running on my Desktop, now on my mobile phone! And it’s almost usable. Only problem is that the screen keyboard, metacity-keyboard, gets the focus by xmonad, so I can’t actually type into other windows. This could be fixed by configuring xmonad, but for that, I need to install ghc and I do not have these 280MB left on my SD card...
Update: I even made it on the front page of the xmonad home page with this image:
Hi. I'm heavy xmonad user and I thought about trying it on FreeRunner, but I never thought I bump onto someone who actually did it. :-)
How's the usability of this thing on FR? xmonad (and other tiling wms as well) is heavy keyboard-dependent, isn't it a drawback to not have a proper keyboard on OpenMoko phone? Or maybe you're using an external keyboard for control?