Need for application like PC Suite from Nokia?
andreas_willich at gmx.at
Sun Feb 22 20:33:17 CET 2009
At the moment MokoSync is a client/server application. It is written in
C# and runs with Mono on the Neo. Currently it uses the .NET RPC library
to communicate with each other.
As far as I know, SyncML has not only definitions for syncing data. It
also contains definitions for device management. Perhaps this is useful
for such a management application. Have to look at the standard once
On Sun, 2009-02-22 at 11:49 +0100, Alexander Mueller wrote:
> I think it would be so helpful to have something like it. But I would
> rather not compare it to the Nokia suite but to Palm Desktop. Well being
> a palm user for ages this might be the reason.
> What kind of sync protocol to you intend to implement. SyncML seems to
> make the most sense to me. And that way you can use existing
> implementations and you are not limited to support only a single device
> (...bla bla bla, whatever can be said in favor of an open protocol...)
> Andreas Willich schrieb:
> > 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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