[Shr-User] Quick e-mail poll: Still using your Freerunner?

Sebastian Krzyszkowiak seba.dos1 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 6 21:54:02 CET 2010

On Sat, Jan 2, 2010 at 19:33, Petr Vanek <vanous at penguin.cz> wrote:
>>> WTF?
> Not necessary here IMHO.

Sorry, I'm not native speaker, so this doesn't have such strong
meaning for me, maybe WTH could be better ;)

>>>Sent sms storage is implemented for quite long time... They are
>>> just displayed together with incoming ones, as there is no different
>>> view for sent messages yet.
>>> And thanks for reminding us about 386, it probably should be closed
>>> now :)
> thanks for reopening the bug for the missing view. i am testing this
> now and for some reason i can receive sms from other people, i can also
> send sms and yes, can see them in the inbox (great, thank you) but when
> sending sms to myself, never seem to receive (or perhaps just see?) the
> message in inbox. this led me to the conclusion sent messages are not
> saved because for a message from me to me i can see just one message
> and not two. this is on shr-u, upgraded today.

That can be bug then, I'll try to check it (I'm sure it doesn't happen
when sending from opimd-utils)

>>And that strange GPRS issue (which is even more strange to me, because
>>I never had that on my FR :x) is going to be resolved soon with
>>ogsmd->fsogsmd transition (which is also going to give us nice
>>performance boost)
> just because you never had it does not mean it doesn't exist. i know

I perfectly know that, read again what I wrote and don't worry :P

> about the ogsmd->fsogsmd transition and am eagerly waiting for it,
> holding by breath and wishing Mickey will manage to have it done before
> jumping to his other duties.
> strangely enough, i didn't have the GPRS issue for some time before
> Christmas, now it bites every time i use gprs.
>> And >to not spread FUD :P)
> looking at the tickets (reopened and existing), i am aware of being
> constructively critical but not FUD spreading.

Well, both of SHR tickets you mentioned were closed when you wrote
that mail. One of them I reopened after I read it, but due to other
reasons than mentioned in your mail (as I removed storing sent
messages and also few other already implemented things from this
ticket). Maybe, again, FUD is too strong wording, but still your point
wasn't valid ;)

> cheers
> Petr

Sebastian Krzyszkowiak
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