I would love to see a small additional feature in smb4k:
Wake on Lan ( WOL )
That feature serves to wake a remote server that went to sleep whilst not being used. Going to sleep makes sense, it saves energy, noise and preserves the disks. However it has to be woken up again before it can be accessed by smb4k.
The solution for this is 'Wake on Lan', it consists of the server being able to react on being woken and the client sending a WOL package to the server.
The implementation is trivial, it is more a question of integration into the GUI and the workflow.
With that feature I would expect to be able to access my NAS server that went to sleep in an automatic way: when selecting a bookmarked share inside smb4k a WOL package should be sent (if activated) to the server (never hurts...). Any maybe (candy) the mount request should be repeated if it timesout since the server has to wake up first. Maybe it makes sense to limit the amount of retries and the timespan inbetween retries.