After the Bluetooth interview a couple of weeks ago, another one popped up about codeina/Codec Buddy, starring my good friend Thomas.
In other news, I want to stab Nokia and Sony Ericsson (I stabbed Motorola a long time ago) for their inexistant proprietary protocols specs, and their sub-par AT protocol implementations. Look at the recent commits in gnome-phone-manager for proofs.
Update: I forgot to mention the interviews were the work of Jon Roberts. The interviews make a very good read if you're interested in what's new in Fedora 8.
Hey Hadess (I'm the grumpy 5500 owner), one obvious thought occured to me while reading Fedora8's BT page: you (in the large sense of the term) should try to integrate gnome-phone-manager with empathy for SMS/call notifications. So sending/receiving SMS would be like messaging, with contacts information directly fetched from e-d-s, and maybe call could be made over BT.
I'd give it a try, but as you know my phone doesn't support SMS/call notifications ;)
Way ahead of you :)
Is there any snowball's chance in hell any of this will work with a Blackberry Pearl?
Luis, it might work, if your device has a Serial Port or Dial-Up Networking port available.
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