Idea: Wake me during light sleep
Dean at cognation.net
Mon Mar 12 15:34:04 CET 2007
Hey guys, you're missing the point. You need to stop thinking of the
openmoko device being a standalone unit, you are always connected to
your pc when in mobile phone coverage.
Just use your gprs data link.
Start thinking of the Neo as a portable 'viewer' to applications running
on standalone servers then you'll start seeing location is irrelevant.
(not that I don't think the concept is fantasy - though I respect Olle
for his work elsewhere to really call it point blank - his got the
skills to do it just because it couldn't be done).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org [mailto:community-
> bounces at lists.openmoko.org] On Behalf Of Cindy
> Sent: Monday, 12 March 2007 10:08 AM
> To: David Schlesinger; community at lists.openmoko.org
> Subject: Re: Idea: Wake me during light sleep
> I agree you can do this with a PC but the phone would make a better
> device to detect your "light sleep" time, and it would be more
> next to your bed and unobtrusive (quiet). There is a usb X10
transceiver that I don't
> think needs a powered usb so the openmoko could do all of this without
a PC. I
> don't know enough about the frequency range, but I have wondered if
> openmoko could send the X10 signals to the wireless X10 receiver? I
have to go
> search the wiki again to see if this is addressed.
> On Mon, 12 Mar 2007 08:28:15 -0400, David Schlesinger
> <David.Schlesinger at palmsource.com> wrote:
> >> If your PC is in range, it would be easy to send
> >> a message to your PC which could have an attached
> >> X10 transmitter to control your lights, or other
> >> appliances. You could set up a X10 theme through
> >> your PC to gradually increase the lights, turn on
> >> your coffee maker etc when the openmoko detects
> >> your light sleep mode.
> > I'm not sure how the phone is necessary in this scenario. It seems
you could do
> all of this without it...
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