Hmm, I've used an ARM Linux distro on a Compaq (now HP) iPaq some 9 years or so ago, and I'm flabbergasted by how little the interface has evolved since then, especially the crappy keyboard.

Also, "we start going to our application, which is the + button": Wha? A + button for apps, now that's very, uhm, clear, isn't it?

OpenMoko still has a long way to go before anyone outside the FOSS community will see it as a viable alternative to the iPhone.

A video walkthrough of the QT-based frontend is also available. It isn't much better, but hey, you can playback all your OGG files (and nothing else) with it!