imagine: [a lot of things]
koen at dominion.kabel.utwente.nl
Tue Nov 21 19:38:17 CET 2006
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Richard Franks schreef:
> This raises another another huge question I have about the SDK/API right
> now - with regards how it handles event-conflicts. For example, what if
> your buddy calls you, so your code recognises their privileged status
> and allows them to talk instead of the ringtone (your idea above), but
> what if this happens before the park-location code is called which would
> otherwise have blocked his call?
> If the API ships with such ambiguities then it's going to get quite
> messy (in the chaotic, unpredictable sense) when you've installed
> multiple applications which end up stepping upon each others toes.
I've been playing with http://live.gnome.org/GeoClue lately, which is pretty neat stuff.
Having a dbus service that has your positition (altitude, velocity, heading, etc) would be
a good start for an 'API'.
Having geoclue working with the agpsd daemon would be even better :)
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