Amit, a gtkpod user on FreeBSD, sends me a mail with some interesting
features that would be nice to be included in gtkpod especially the ability
to add notes, to use the adressbook because there are no such tools
available from Linux/Unix.
I have gotten a mail from Edward some long time ago (Mon, 16 Jun 2003
> I have "discovered" that contacts file and notes file are the same "beast".
> they are simple vcard file (I tried some 3.0 vcards generated by kaddressbook
> and the iPod didn't complained about them, however kaddressbook doesn't like
> very much the vcard generated by ephpod and itunes, and obviously it doesn't
> have a "sincro" feature).
Looking at the example vcard on the iPod it appears that the format is
very straight-forward, meaning that kadressbook (and similar) should
easily be "fixed".
I don't know how much sense it makes to integrate something like this
into gtkpod -- there appear to be already other programs out
there. However, I'm open to ideas and welcome anyone who want's to
work on it.
On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 02:30:18PM +0100, David wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> Amit, a gtkpod user on FreeBSD, sends me a mail with some interesting
> features that would be nice to be included in gtkpod especially the ability
> to add notes, to use the adressbook because there are no such tools
> available from Linux/Unix.
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