转发: I have 2 ideas
maniac0213 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 21 22:26:45 EDT 2009
I have never use a software that can pass sms to PC as soon as they are received. But, if user can press some button(or some key(s)) to check the messages when phone rings, it would not be too discommodious. Also, a program working on the phone in daemon is another chioce if user like to install.
The second is a serious problem I guess. However, MSN is my preferred IM and I rarely use ICQ. So, it's the same problem then. As I know Gammu and Kmobiletools can only work with Symbian. Well, I also know that symbian occupies more than half of the market share. Adding windows mobile and blackberry this would be about 90%. It looks like mobile OS is a more uniform market than IM.
I also wonder what pidgin what to achieve by support some many protocols at one time, and I really feel convenient when I can chat with friends of MSN and gt. To be honest, there r awful a lot of incomplete parts within my idea, but actually what I want to sell this day is feasibility in it.
Thank you very much.
发件人: aluink at gmail.com [mailto:aluink at gmail.com]
发送时间: 2009年3月22日 8:04 上午
收件人: Yubo Chow
抄送: Ka-Hing Cheung; devel at pidgin.im
主题: Re: I have 2 ideas
2009/3/21 Yubo Chow <maniac0213 at gmail.com>:
> I will reply all.
> Personally, I think direct connection is more appropriate. Some reasons:
> 1) somehow the most important one, using a server may bring extra
> fees. As I know server always buy some bandwidth telecom operators.
> 2) I like not only implement a protocol sending sms, maybe via a
> server it's hard for receiving, but also a platform to manager cell
> phones. this could give me enough work.
I can also see some type of prpl coming into play here for talking to whatever will be listening to these communications.
> 3) is this useful? I believe plenty of people will try at less. Typing
> with 10 keys, too few & too small, isn't a joyful experience anyway.
> Synchronizating informations with mobile phones is useful too.
> 4) to connect with cell phones isnt difficult. Buletooth, wifi, cable
> and some other way I know and I don’t.
Except that I can't imagine all phones using the same communication protocol, so there'll have to exist drivers for different types of phones. I somehow doubt sync'ing with an iPhone is the same as my LG.
> In a word, it's feasible in my opinion. Though it's no more than a
> draft, I eager for more ideas. Thank for Ka-Hing Cheung I will replay all.
> Best Regards!
> Yubo Chow
> 发件人: Ka-Hing Cheung [mailto:khc at hxbc.us]
> 发送时间: 2009年3月21日 11:59 下午
> 收件人: Yubo Chow
> 抄送: devel at pidgin.im
> 主题: Re: I have 2 ideas
> On Sat, 2009-03-21 at 11:44 +0800, Yubo Chow wrote:
>> Which is more viable in your opinion, server or direct connection?
>> Nice to hear your advice.
> Please reply-all or reply-to-list.
> Instead of answering your question, let me just tell you that I don't
> use SMS, so I don't basically nothing about sending SMS. You should
> probably do some background research on the work involved for each and
> then decide base on that.
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