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Palm OS is the operating system behind Palm PDAs, phones and game devices - see PalmSource for details on the OS (recently acquired by Access, a Japanese software company. Hopefully, plans to port the PalmOS GUI and APIs onto Linux will proceed despite this takeover, enabling use of TWikiOnLinux to run TWiki on PalmOS devices.

Currently, TWikiOnPalm is not possible since there is no port of Perl to the rather primitive Palm OS, but it is possible to sync read-only TWiki pages onto Palms using various tools.

The maker of Palm PDAs and Treo smartphones is now called Palm again (formerly called PalmOne), and has launched one WindowsMobile device (Treo 700) as of Nov 2005, just to really confuse things! As a result, TWikiOnWindowsCE will be more relevant for Windows-based Palm hardware.

-- RichardDonkin - 20 Nov 2005

AcroWiki is a palm based TWiki compatible wiki. If they implement reading topics from an external card it could be useful when used in conjuction with the SyncContrib

-- MartinCleaver - 21 Nov 2005

PalmSource/ACCESS has now announced its PalmOS/Linux platform, which should be taken up by a number of mobile phone vendors and telecoms companies.

-- RichardDonkin - 15 Feb 2006

WikiZ is a new free Palm app to watch. http://geni.ath.cx/wikiz.html It simply lets you link between Memos (and appointments, todo, contacts, etc) using either camel case or user chosen tags. Useful for writing drafts which do link, while imagining the TWiki formatting from its raw syntax. Let its development slow down a while, and it might become a small handy tool.

-- SueBlake - 12 Jan 2007

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