I have some questions on how to fine tune the device configuration (now
improved in jku branch).
I'm currently using the first part of device template fingerprint as the
name. That is currently not very user friendly but I'm not sure what
would be the right way fix that: Is there a reason why the "first
fingerprint" couldn't be 'Nokia 7210' instead of 'nokia_7210c'?
is, then we should probably add another "templateName" property...
Related question: how do you see the device templates growing from here?
I'm trying to figure out a good way to tell the user this:
"We think your device is 'Foo Bar'. ...."
Currently that's mostly going to look wrong even in the places where the
template is usable (e.g. another Nokia S40 phone would work but the
message incorrectly claims "We think your device is 'Nokia 7210c'".).
Thinking aloud, would this work:
* if template score is high enough:
"We think your device is 'Nokia 7210'. ..."
* if template score is lower but still acceptable:
"We think your device is 'Nokia 7210' or a similar device. ...."
* If highest template score is too low, or several templates have the
"We don't know what this device is exactly. ..."
A related issue is when should we start renaming/copying templates: if
the nokia_7210c template works for many S40 phones*, maybe we should
rename the template "Nokia S40 phone", and add phone templates that
symlink to the generic one -- or something like that anyway?
*) I think Nick left for vacation before he sent his test report, but
apparently people at Intel london office have informally tested quite a
few S40 phones with success...