I have just created my account and this is my first post, so may I take the opportunity to say hello and greet you all from Spain, where at this very moment the weather is rainy and awful (strange).
I have a Nokia 3100 phone and have bought an aftermarket (i.e. not Nokia) USB cable to put some neat pictures in (the goatse pic springs to mind, oh well). As the Nokia suite won't work with it, I've tried a couple of programs for Windows: Oxygen Phone Manager II, otherwise known as OPM2, and MobiMB, both trial versions. OPM2 trial works only phone to PC, so you can use it to transfer your phonebook to the PC but it's useless as for putting pics inside the phone. MobiMB works nice, but for one month only.
Anything going on on the free software front? Nothing would make me happier than hearing the news that there is something being developed, as would be happy to join and help development. Unfortunately, I'm too new to Linux systems' arquitecture to start a project myself.
The other thing is, is there a specific way to look for free software, like a list or something? I seem to remember that GNU keeps such a list but I don't think it was very comprehensive (don't know what I'm talking about really, last time I surf to their site was quite some years ago). Maybe some searching at Sourceforge? (This question is just in case I'm missing an obvious way for doing such searches, now I mostly put a description in a Google box, together with "gpl" and hope for the best
). I guess that all mature software ends up being include in all major distributions, but this software I'm looking for now would be very new I guess.