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#1800 duplicate Add stylus centric keyboard or keyboard mode. openmoko-devel Ansible

I'd like to see another keyboard made available for 2008.08 that is optimized for stylus use. To me this would involve:

  • immediate character entry rather than after a 1-2 second delay.
  • disabling predictive text entry.

I can think of a couple ways to do this:

1) have an alternate keyboard program that either replaces the current 2008.8 keyboard, or can be switched with it from in the GUI someplace.

2) add a nonpredictive stylus mode to the 2008.08 keyboard. When you click on a letter, you get it, without a disambiguation 'balloon'.

#2228 fixed om-make-ipkg and postinst files openmoko-devel Ator

The om-make-ipkg Script fails if the Directory CONTROL already exists. For using pre- and post-Scripts you have to create this Directory during "make install".

I changed the line mkdir ${tmpdir}/CONTROL to mkdir -p ${tmpdir}/CONTROL and everything is fine then.

#2008 fixed Suspend exceptions: Do not suspend when certain apps are running openmoko-kernel Benih

I think it would be useful if the phone would not go into suspend if some (user definable) applications are running.

This could be achieved by the suspender looking into some /etc/suspend.deny file in which process names (or even better regular expressions) are listed. If the suspend-timer (that one that is already configurable via the "settings" application) then reaches zero, instead of just going to suspend, it would instead look into /etc/suspend.deny and see if one of the regular expressions match the current process table. If so, it does nothing and waits for some period (5 seconds? or the suspend timeout the user defined already in his configuration) to do the check again. If then no match occurs, it goes to suspend, this would be the case if the process stops to run. If the user interacts with the phone, the timer will start over again anyway.

This will be useful in certain situations like GPS-tracking with tangoGPS since the user does not need to disable suspend for that cases. It will go automatically. The easy sytax of /etc/suspend.deny will enable the average user to adjust his needs easily. For users not used to the command line, easy editors could be written. Since it is an easy file format, the file could even be modified by install scripts (opkg of tangogps for example) that want to add such an suspend exception.

Please also note ticket #1793, which wants to add a suspend exception if the device is powered by USB. Maybe that enhancement could be implemented with /etc/suspend.deny as well.

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