projects of interest?

Tom Russell tmrussell at
Wed Jul 18 21:54:37 CEST 2007

Cool project - I'll definitely be looking at it when I get my GTA02.
Thanks for the pointer.


On Wed, 2007-07-18 at 10:50 -0700, Jeff Andros wrote:
> some of this is implemented by FMA (,
> however, it's about as stable and reliable as a good hotrod.  Some of
> the problems are probably due to the closed software on the phone, and
> I really commend those guys for what they've done.  Since we have
> access to the phone's os, it should be really simple to get it to
> cooperate with the desktop software. 
> Anyways, I'm a fan (it was so nice back in school, I could have my
> ringer off in class and still see who was calling without jumping
> around trying to get my phone out of my pocket)
> (you may also be able to use a USB connection as a fall-back...
> bluetooth and wifi aren't always available depending on your
> location/machine) 
> On 7/18/07, Tom Russell <tmrussell at> wrote:
>         I want to be able to script (in Python?) a simple app that,
>         when I sit
>         down at my desk @ work, turns the ringer to vibrate and sends
>         any
>         incoming call notifications to my Linux desktop for visual
>         display or
>         ringtones through my PC headphones. 
>         --
>         Tom
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> Jeff
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