ffalarms 0.2.1 and atd-over-fso (now works on SHR-testing)
timo.scheffler at uni-oldenburg.de
Tue Apr 28 14:04:30 CEST 2009
I installed ffalarms and love it, but the wakeup from suspend doesn't
work... I use FSO 5 and the ffalarms 0.2.1 and atd-over-fso with python
Is there anything to configure, so that it might work?
(At least my phone doesn't goes to sleep by itself, so thats no issue...
but that's another problem with fso5 :D).
Helge Hafting schrieb:
> kimaidou wrote:
>> Hi Lukasz
>> 1st, thanks for this great application. I would like to know:
>> * if you planed to release a deb package for the debian based distros
>> * if you planned to add the features wich mimate the sun rising by
>> increasing the light step by step as the sound increase the volume. The
>> best would be to go from red to orange, then yello then white :D
>> Thx again
>> 2009/4/27 Łukasz Pankowski <lukpank at o2.pl>
>> "Steven **" <montgoss+openmokocommunity at gmail.com
>> <mailto:montgoss%2Bopenmokocommunity at gmail.com>> writes:
>> > A well written app that works quite well under latest SHR-testing
>> > (installed via opkg directly from SHR feeds).
>> Nice to hear.
>> > One area I think needs improvement ASAP: my Freerunner suspends
>> > silencing the alarm) before the alarm gets loud enough to really wake
>> > me up. SHR goes back to suspended after about 1 minute even if
>> > ffalarms is playing the alarm. There are two things that would help
>> > this:
>> > 1. Make the loudness increase by more with each step. Ideally this
>> > would be configurable.
>> Currently it increases the volume +1 each second, I may make the time
>> between increases configurable in config file if you insist that fixing
>> point 2. (see below) is not enough for you.
>> > 2. Make ffalarms prevent suspend for a time, maybe 5 minutes. (Note
>> > that it would be REALLY bad to prevent suspend indefinitely, as I
>> > might forget I set an alarm and walk away from the phone, only to
>> > back hours later to an empty battery)
>> I will try to fix the suspend issue this weekend (time is scarce) that
>> is avoid suspending until you stop the alarm.
> Please keep the alarm going for 15min or so - it is possible to sleep
> through 5 min. :-) 15 min won't hurt the battery much.
> Also, consider using the vibrator when the ringing gets loud. That helps
> if the phone is inside a pocket, in a noisy place.
> Thanks for a fine and useful app!
> Helge Hafting
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