Okay folks, I have uploaded to dropbox classes source for 1.5, 1r3.6r2, 2.0.1r1, 2.1r1, and 2.2r1:
Unjar or unzip them into the sdk/platform/sources folder that you create and Eclipse than will recognize them.
The source to classes zip has been uploaded by a helpful soul and posted to the Issue 979. Please do not abuse his ISP, mirror it somewhere, the link is at the bottom. You put a sources folder in platform-8 folder and than Eclipse can see it, you might have to restart Eclipse if eclipse is open.
EasyMock has been ported for use in Android development, the project page is here. The project author started a discussion group and the link is on the right hand side of the project page.
For those of us who use Github, Github now provides auto generated QR pages for your android projects. Nice easy way to put up sample android applications.
Moto i1 hits Boost Mobile stores on June 20th according to intomobile. An ideal prepaid option for that android developer just starting out that needs a device. Boost plans run $59 with the suggest retail price of the i1 at $350. Boost mobile stores include BestBuy, Walmart, etc.
Device will use the iDEN system on Boostmobile which is somewhat a 2.5g speed network and that is why Opera Mini browser has been included with the device.
Some one created a gradle android plugin. The problem I see is that instead of adjusting sourceSets in the plugin from the defaults of src/main/java, etc they make the user of the plugin do a manual adjust of the src files, not good.