>> do i understand it correctly that the 'day view' contains _all_ talks
>> in all devrooms/lightningrooms/maintracks etc?
yes, exactly - day view contains all events from that day, grouped by certain time slot (all events which starts in that time slot)
>> so i'll go over them all, favorite all the ones i like and then, using
>> the favorites tab, i can see where i need to go :)
The purpose of 'favourites' tab is that once you have go through the events in day view, you can mark the ones you like as 'favourite', so next time you don't have to go through the whole list of events that are in day view, but you can see your favourities
>> I see the app comes with alarm features etc. does this integrate with
>> the maemo calendar/alarm app or is it separate?
>> how does the alarm feature work? when i click on alarms i don't see
>> anything changing?
The alarm icon is connected to libalarm/alarmd, so once you click the alarm icon, it is added to alarmd, which in results trigers alarm dialog 15 minutes before start of the event. You can also remove alarm from the queue. The app doesn't have separate view to display all your alarms.
>> what happens when you do "import schedule"? should we keep our hands
>> off? or will it somehow merge changes in?
The application itselfs comes with preparsed xml schedule, so you don't have to parse xml schedule by itself, but it is possible. The DB is stored in ~/.fosdem/fosdem.sqlite. If this file doesn't exist, app copies that file from it's resource. If you press 'Import schedule' you can select newer version of the schedule (you can download it from the web), and update fosdem.sqlite DB, or you can press 'Online' button, in which case the schedule will be downloaded automatically and subsequently parsed and fosdem.sqlite gets updated.
Od: Dieter Plaetinck [dieter@...]
Odoslané: 4. februára 2010 20:19
Predmet: Re: [Fosdem-maemo-devel] first release available
On Thu, 4 Feb 2010 11:58:38 +0100
Matus Uzak <matus.uzak@...> wrote:
> great, I have tested the package for Diablo on N810 yesterday and it
> works. Except for icons, no idea what's wrong there.
> btw. We have disabled alarms it that package for Diablo, there was a
> big difference between libalarm-dev packages for Diablo/Fremantle.
> On Thu, 04 Feb 2010 11:45:47 +0100, Vyskubov Alexey
> <alexey.vyskubov@...> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've installed it on N900 and it works. Nice!
works on my n900 too.
great work guys.
do i understand it correctly that the 'day view' contains _all_ talks
in all devrooms/lightningrooms/maintracks etc?
so i'll go over them all, favorite all the ones i like and then, using
the favorites tab, i can see where i need to go :)
I see the app comes with alarm features etc. does this integrate with
the maemo calendar/alarm app or is it separate?
how does the alarm feature work? when i click on alarms i don't see
what happens when you do "import schedule"? should we keep our hands
off? or will it somehow merge changes in?
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