ivan.perez at keera.es
Thu Dec 17 12:05:34 CET 2009
On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 11:59 PM, Pieter Colpaert <freepage at gmail.com> wrote:
> 1. Sms sentry. Put that application, or a similar one, in every light
> image we got: It will reply the GPS coordinates when texting
> sentry:location to moko.
> 2. When another sms is send we should be able to put the volume to max
> and play a voice saying: PLEASE RETURN THIS PORTABLE, IT IS LOST AND THE
> OWNER TRIES TO FIND IT. I'd be happy to record that voice. And display
> contact information on the screen delivered by sms.
> What do you guys think? Saving €230 with 5 lines of code seems a big
> deal to me (€230 + sim card + personal configurations + a lot more
> personal stuff actually).
It's not 5 lines, unless you want *anyone* to be able to get your
current GPS coordinates by simply texting you "sentry:location".
and to be able to make u spend a lot of money by sending you that message
again and again. Point 2. could be great to disrupt your most important
meetings or, why not, bother you while you're having sex.
The sms would have to be crypted or signed, for which a password or
public key would have to be stored in the phone first.
And if you do it in Haskell (am I the only person in the world using Haskell
to write code for the FR?), that would be around 6 lines :)
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