* Pavel Machek <pavel@???> [200510 15:15]: > Now, I see you want to be similar to Maemo (and it makes some sense)
> but I'd really like to see different design, one that treats SMSes as
> emails (not like instant messages), so I could read them using mutt and
> use imap protocol to access them remotely. I'd like to store my
> contacts in plain text (version controlled in git), not in binary
Yeah me too. I've been meaning to do python scripts or c programs
to provide droid4-sms-tools type functionality via ofono but have
not had the chance.
For smtp to ofono program or script the start-up time should be
minimal, so probably c makes sense there. The current droid4-sms-tools
ruby start up time is few seconds to send an sms.. I think python
will also take 0.7 seconds.
For readings incoming sms from onono and writing it to a Maildir or
mbox, memory consumption should be minimal as that program will
be constanly running.. So again c makes sense there for many MBs of
Also, for standalone devices the dependencies with ofono should be
minimal, so again c would make sense for this. So for example the
huge size of rust related binaries would add an extra dependency
for embedded systems.
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