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thomas at openedhand.com
Wed Mar 28 18:08:07 CEST 2007
Marcin Juszkiewicz wrote:
> Dnia środa, 28 marca 2007, Thomas Wood napisał:
>> Marcin Juszkiewicz wrote:
>>> Dnia środa, 28 marca 2007, Thomas Wood napisał:
>>>> In addition to the fields that iCalendar gives us (date, time,
>>>> contact, etc.), we will need some extra encoded information:
>>>> Entry types
>>>> - SMS
>>> - SMS/MMS
>> Do we treat these separately, or just a special type of "Message"
>> entry? We could add e-mail as another Message type too.
> I would keep SMS/MMS as one type and email as second one.
OK, but I think the Messages program is going to deal with both SMS, MMS
and E-Mail in the same application.
>>>> - "Read" flag
>> I should probably explain here, a "Read" call entry means that (for
>> example) a missed call entry is no longer counted in current missed
> But it is still listed in missed calls.
Yes, of course.
>>>> Extra SMS information
>>>> - "Read" flag
>>> - "Delivered" flag (GSM provide delivery raports)
>> I don't know if delivery reports is something we want to keep in
> Definitelly! I do not want to have another Nokia crap just because first
> letter is same. Ericsson, Alcatel phones implement delivery raports in
> proper way, Nokia totally fscked it. Each sent message (sms or mms) can
> contain request of delivery raport (with delivery time set up to 7 days).
> When phone gets raport it should inform user that message was delivered
> (and to whom and at what time) and then message in phone memory should be
> marked as delivered.
OK, I've only used Samsung phones until a few weeks ago when I got a
Nokia. On the Samsungs deliver reports just appeared as received SMS,
and I usually just deleted them the instant I get them. I don't know the
specification, but is there actually a way to link the delivery report
with the original SMS?
>>>> - Last 10 entries for Person
>>>> - All dialled numbers
>>> - All received numbers
>>> - All missed numbers
>> Where would these use cases be useful?
> In my SE phone (and in Alcatel one) press of 'Red' button give me call
> list split to:
> - all calls
> - received calls
> - dialled calls
> - missed calls
> And each entry has:
> - icon of type of connection (rec/dial/miss)
> - number type icon (cell, work, home, other or none if not in contacts)
> - name of contact (or number if not in contacts)
> - date time of call (in next line)
> It is much more useful then 'last dialled' list provided in Nokia phones.
Ah sorry, wasn't thinking straight here. Personally I've never used
anything other than the recently dialled list.
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