andreas at kostyrka.org
Mon May 28 23:42:28 CEST 2007
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You don't need GPS for that. It's a quite simple Python script (without
GUI certainly less than 10 lines) for PyS60 (Symbian S60), that checks
the GSM/UMTS cell info, and sends a SMS to your wife if you enter a
specific cell ("I'll be home in 15 minutes" or "I'm near to the
supermarket, should I pick up anything?" come to mind).
Crane, Matthew wrote:
> Is there any existing application which combine sms messaging and GPS?
> It would be pretty cool to get automated alerts whenever a particular
> person is nearby, through a central machine (phone, desktop). Or to use
> some sort of automated homing application, where two people are able to
> lock to each other and the phone guides them, notifying the other device
> when the route or position has changed.
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> community at lists.openmoko.org
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