Report 2007-12-01

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  • I have put Gammu+ 0.37.30 into my download directory. It contains one important feature - enter gpl directory and execute gpl script. Source will be patches and you will have full Bluez support. I have played today with Debian and had bluephonet/bluerfphonet without any problems. It means - you can use Gammu+ in Linux with BT and irda, cable connection soon ;-) It you think, that some features should be prepared first in command line version, please let me know.

Report 2007-11-11

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Gammu+ 0.37 is ready. What can I say ?

For example: you can make MMS receiving gateway with it now (tested on 6111).

It's very close from the state, where will be rock stable, fast and will have support for all important functions. I estimate, that I will reach it in December.

And what next ? I'm not sure. I have read about Nokia reactions for info about breaking Series 60 security. I'm not sure, if they will love software, which is faster/smaller/better than their own PC Suite.

Report 2007-11-04

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And here it goes Gammu+ 0.36. Here is changelog + some my comments:

* added daemon for receiving SMS/MMS to PostgreSQL database (you have new
   --smsmmsd option in CLI, preview in GUI, PHP preview and other...)
   I have tested it on 6230i and received SMS quite good. With MMS there was
   issue - if you try to get info about mms file, when it's received, firmware
   deletes it...

Report 2007-10-28

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Gammu+ becomes much more complex: I had played last times and worked on adding database support. And here are results: daemon for receiving SMS/MMS. It's working with free PostgreSQL database.

Do you want to put your messages into it and read from www ? Yes, it's already done and will be in 0.36.

If somebody will be interested, I could work on it and add also sending SMS from www (over such daemon)

Report 2007-10-08

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very short news from me: I'm working hard on new release. Decoding EMS and some other SMS features already work, I'm testing/writing EMS editor + EMS packing functions. If everything will go fine, Gammu+ will have soon support for such EMS functionalities:

Text formatting: YES
Predefined sounds: YES
User-defined sounds: YES
Predefined animations: YES
Large pictures: YES
Small pictures: YES
Object Distribution Indicator: YES
Variable pictures: YES
User Prompt Indicator: YES
User defined animations: DECODING

Report 2007-09-29

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hmmmm, many various notes:

  • I have upgraded Wiki. Unfortunately, during process few notes from it were deleted.

Report 2007-09-10

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hmmm, I have "small" dilema. I was creating Gammu over years and tried to make it as simple as possible. Later decided to leave it a little (financial and other reasons) and give control over it to very good programmer Michal. Now I have downloaded it (1.13.90) and tried to compile.

And what ?

And I CAN'T. Michal, there are many new UNKNOWN directories, when I make "cmake CMakeLists.txt", I receive 41 vcp (Visual Studio makefile) files (including old one available in tar.gz). And they don't work too good...

Report 2007-09-02

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Holidays after me. Few comments:

Praca dyplomowa (2007)

W dniu dzisiejszym dodałem na stronę swoją pracę dyplomową "Projekt i realizacja podsystemu uwierzytelniania zdalnych użytkowników systemu informatycznego wspomagającego funkcjonowanie instytucji edukacyjnej".

Report 2007-07-30

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New test Gammu+ available. I have implemented encoding majority of phonebook & calendar support (over SMS), encoding WAP push and todo (over SMS too). Next will be preview of encoded entries, maybe editing too...

Yes. Editing. Do you think, that anyone need this software ? I'm thinking something, looking sometimes into gammu.org history and think, that it become maybe popular, but it's like ReactOS and many other (treat as toys).

What do you think ?

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