Need for application like PC Suite from Nokia?
andreas_willich at gmx.at
Sun Feb 22 20:29:37 CET 2009
On Sun, 2009-02-22 at 12:02 +0100, Gunnar AAstrand Grimnes wrote:
> If you are targetting FSO (as you should, since alternative are not
> maintained), my understanding is that the PIM API part (opimd?) supports
> several different backends for actually storing the information (i.e.
> the FSO layer only provides a dbus layer on top of whatever is
> underneath) For instance, it may be put on top of the embedded evolution
> data server  - and (I think) this already is supported by opensync
> somehow, i.e. it could save lots of work.
At the moment the sync targets OM 2008.12 and Microsoft Outlook, because
I am using Outlook at work where I maintain my calendar and contacts.
But it adaptable to support different PIMs on Neo and PC side. FSO
support is on my roadmap.
> What this does NOT provide though is the actual sending of SMS, I would
> like an app like Blue Phone Elite (for the mac), which lets me
> send/receive sms from the normal desktop (i guess this is like the nokia
> pc suite)
This could be one of the functions of such an "Moko/Neo Suite"
> - Gunnar
>  http://labs.o-hand.com/embedded-eds/
> Andreas Willich wrote:
> > Hi List
> > I am currently developing a PIM synchronization app for the Neo
> > (https://projects.openmoko.org/projects/mokosync/
> > http://www.opkg.org/package_134.html )
> > After a mail from c_c
> > (http://lists.openmoko.org/nabble.html#nabble-f528198 ) I got the idea
> > to extend it to an application like the PC Suite app from Nokia.
> > So you can send SMS from your PC, edit the various settings for the
> > different applications (TangoGPS, Navit, ...), install applications and
> > transfer files between PC and Neo.
> > What do you think? Is such an application needed?
> > Regards
> > Andreas
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