On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 3:25 PM, Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly(a)intel.com> wrote:
On Di, 2011-08-16 at 15:51 +0200, Chris Kühl wrote:
> I've created a script so that users can easily get and then submit the
> information that we need. It's not perfect but it seems to work
> alright. Here's the gitorious link:
> I've also got a blog post ready to go once I get some feedback on the script.
When I ran it, I got the following question:
What company makes this phone?
There was no other output that would have allowed me to identify which
of my paired Bluetooth devices the script was talking about. I guess it
should have printed the user-assigned device name first, plus perhaps
the MAC address.
True. I think I had in mind that only one phone would be queried. I
then wrote the code to walk over all devices, though. I'll change it
to display the device name and maybe the MAC address as well with some
text to explain.
In the script you volunteer to collect the feedback. So you intend
stay around? Great, welcome :-)
Well, I'd like to see as many devices supported as possible. So, yeah,
I'm willing to take the time to insert the info in the table, etc.
Should we encourage users to also try syncing with their device, so
we not only get "this device exists" but also "it works with this
It shouldn't be required because the hurdle is a lot higher (must
install SyncEvolution first, may change data on phone).
Sure, I could politely point them to the wiki tutorials that Dave worked on.