Communication History Overview

Thomas Wood thomas at
Thu Mar 29 17:08:11 CEST 2007

As far as technical details go, we're going to set the helper library up 
in SVN at src/target/OM-2007/openmoko-libs/libmokopim. The library will 
be called libmokojournal, to indicate it's the journal access library 
for the phone.

Of course, we can always change this at a later date if anyone has any 
objections. Once we have the relevant directory structures in place, we 
will start writing the helper functions. After that we can start 
deciding on what API we want to export. Suggestions on use cases and 
possible API are still welcome now of course.



Thomas Wood wrote:
> Werner Almesberger wrote:
>> Thomas Wood wrote:
>>> * Search Use Cases
>> [...]
>>>    - Last 10 entries for Person
>> I hope you mean "N" :-) E.g., when I call a person, I may want to be
>> able to quickly retrieve all relevant communication, no matter how old.
>> ("Do you remember the address of that restaurant we went to last time
>> we've been in Madrid, some three years ago ?")
> This was a couple of example use cases, not an exhaustive list.
> In reply to the rest of your e-mail, most of what you have suggested is 
> possible, or already provided by, our suggested implementation. The 
> calendar component of Evolution data server stores it's data in the 
> standard iCalendar format, so it would also be trivial for third party 
> applications to process the data (although we will be adding a few 
> custom fields). There are also already solutions to synchronise e-d-s 
> (including the calendar component) using SyncML.
> Regards,
> Thomas

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