[PATCH 0/5] Power supply and resume ordering meddling
andy at openmoko.com
Mon Jun 2 17:36:58 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| From a user perspective, I still think the aux key makes more sense.
| It is the largest and brightest led, we need an obvious indication
| that 'something is going on'. If the aux leds are used for any other
| indications, we should synchronize this, as in, 'aux leds are for
| indications' whether that be charging, new message, missed calls,
| etc. That's the idea.
OK, but presumably we want the other indications to still work if we are
charging (and the LED is then fixed on).
I think we can make everyone happy by folding this into the /sys thing,
so you echo a bitfield in to get the various indications, but we need to
straighten out what "indications" are and how they behave if we are
charging or not, or if there are more than one active (ie, missed a call
but there is a new message also). Can you define this for us?
I promise I won't call it a 'spec'.
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