An idea of sorts
rui.castro at gmail.com
Wed Aug 1 16:36:22 CEST 2007
And what about Telepathy (http://telepathy.freedesktop.org/).
Accordingly to the project summary:
"The Telepathy project aims to provide a unified framework for all
forms of real time conversations, including instant messaging, IRC,
voice calls and video calls. It uses the D-Bus messaging system to
provide a simple interface for client applications, allowing them to
quickly benefit from Telepathy's functionality."
It uses d-bus which is already included in OpenMoko platform
I'm not an expert in this, but maybe it's a possibility.
On 7/28/07, Thomas Szukala <thsz at web.de> wrote:
> Giles Jones wrote:
> > On 28 Jul 2007, at 14:23, Max Giesbert wrote:
> >> sounds like an excellent idea to me. would definitely be a killer
> >> application to use the phone in a peer-to-peer style without using the
> >> telco network.
> >> UI-wise this could be realized in organizing the addressbook more like a
> >> IM client where you can see if your buddies are in BT-/WiFi-Range,
> >> Online (via any network connection (GPRS/UMTS/BT/WiFi)) or offline
> >> (callable/SMSable). In any situation you could choose to send text/chat
> >> or call your buddy. And the phone chooses the best (cost/battery
> >> life/reception) way to contact the buddy.
> >> what do you think?
> >> max
> > How about friends list? so you can basically add people to your
> > friends list via email.
> > The Nintendo Wii has a serial number built in and you can send a
> > friend request to another Wii or to any other email address. When
> > sending a message for the first time it asks for permission to be
> > added (one way to stop spam).
> > You can then email pictures to your Wii.
> > An easy way to install new software would be to be able to email it to
> > your phone and use the phone's wifi to download the email. Of course
> > security would have to be present to stop it installing anything
> > received in an email.
> correct me if I am wrong, but shouldnt Jabber/XMPP do this out of the
> box with (formerly Apples) Bonjour
> You should simply have your IM Client active and see automatically every
> friend who is on your list as available (or what message he has
> selected). Exchanging data like pictures, binary or simply text is
> therefore already implemented?
> For seeing people how you dont know, you could join a Chatroom called
> "Local" for everyone available in short range technoligy like
> Wifi/BT/Infrared and "Global" for GPRS/Wifi(Internet). Who is subscribed
> to your personal Global Chatroom should be identified first... probably
> some kind of social group which has met before in person...
> Managing your calls over Jabber should also be possible through a IM
> Gateway which communitcates to your phonebook. Click on a friend and
> open a jingle connection directly (wifi/bt) to your friend or first to
> the gsm module which then dials out over normal voice
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