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Report 2006-12-06


Submitted by marcin on Wed 06-Dec-2006

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I would like to make to kind of summary...and write about nearest time. I had started/created three families: MyGnokii, Gammu, Gammu+

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Project family Phones Used languages Things abandomed in next projects Some supported compilers
MyGnokii Nokia (DCT3), AT C language, GTK ? (XGnokii), Delphi (some simple GUI) some Smart Messaging features (like menus) gcc 2.x - 3.x, ms vc++ 6, delphi 6-7

2007-2012


Submitted by marcin on Tue 12-Jun-2012

I decided to compare a little bit 2007 and 2012 years...

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What phone could be recommended by Gammu author(s) to make SMS gateway ?


Submitted by marcin on Sat 15-Apr-2006

The best is always the most simple device. So, I think that using Nokia 3310 or 3410 can be very good choice. They have removed some SMS bugs (for example, 3330 has buggy firmware - you have to flash it with 3310 firmware to avoid any problems). Especially 3410 is interesting - has got LiIon battery.

More expensive Nokia phones (with own SMS memory) are more complicated and using them is not always good idea (of course, Gammu can do it).

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Report 2007-12-09


Submitted by marcin on Sun 09-Dec-2007

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Gammu+ 0.38 is out. I have added configure script, which can enable Bluez AFTER USER ACTION. You have written many times, that source after patching is GPL2 licensed. Please note, that in my opinion it doesn't break GPL2 - if you will have patched source, you can remove Bluez driver (yes, this can be very easy separated) and release source under other license:

 "If identifiable sections of that work are not derived from the Program, 

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…rewolucje są, ale ukryte (2012)


Submitted by marcin on Tue 06-Nov-2012

Wczoraj pytałem się o to, gdzie w świecie IT podziały się rewolucje i zwykła logika. Całkiem prawidłowym komentarzem jednego z użytkowników było stwierdzenie, że nie będzie ich co roku. Nie będzie i koniec i kropka i m.in. to właśnie chciałem wykazać ;)

Dziś chciałbym zastanowić się nad tym, jak zmieniło się nasze życie przez ostatnie kilka(naście) lat w związku z rozwojem technologii.

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Report 2007-12-01


Submitted by marcin on Sat 01-Dec-2007

Content moved from gammu.org blog

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Report 2009-02-09


Submitted by marcin on Mon 09-Feb-2009

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Few notes:

gammu.org

Will be payed by me for next year, I will do some wiki updates soon. If you want something else, please let me know. For now you can read various notes about Windows 7 in Articles section.

gammu+

I have moved 0.40.02 tarball to mwiacek.com

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Report 2007-01-29


Submitted by marcin on Mon 29-Jan-2007

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Few things:

  • Michal has started Gammu managing. First results are visible in 1.09.17. I will look into it more deeply soon (probably this week). Now now it looks very interesting.

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Report 2006-06-11


Submitted by marcin on Mon 12-Jun-2006

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  • spammers don't like us, we will not like spammers - I will try to avoid making gammu.org good place for spam. Some first results are visible.

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Diabeł tkwi w szczegółach... (2012)


Submitted by marcin on Mon 12-Nov-2012

Siedzę sobie i zastanawiam się nad szczytami geniuszu projektantów pewnych rozwiązań...pomyślałem, że zrobię malutki śliczny ranking podsumowujący swoje niektóre poprzednie wpisy blogowe.

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Report 2006-09-28


Submitted by marcin on Fri 29-Sep-2006

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  • week 18-24 September 2006 was started very good - each day=one release (18 Sep = Gammu stable, 19 Sep = Gammu+ test, 20 Sep = python-gammu, 21 Sep = Wammu)
  • I was looking deeply into earlier/currently available software and asking myself about some things. Some conclusions:
    • MyGnokii was created, because I wanted to play with owned phone. I didn't care too deeply about structures. Later I applied patches for not available for me phones (6210).

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"Wzory znaków drogowych - informacja publiczna tylko do kupienia, czyli re-use po polsku" (2012)


Submitted by marcin on Wed 24-Oct-2012

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Statystyki androidowe + kilka słów nt. jakości aplikacji (2012)


Submitted by marcin on Sun 23-Sep-2012

Czy wiecie, że jestem lepszym developerem niż Bank Pekao SA albo Telekomunikacja Polska S.A. albo TVP S.A.

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Report 2006-04-04


Submitted by marcin on Wed 05-Apr-2006

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In March there was gammu.net domain lost and Italy server not bought for next year.

I started to search new place for this www. It's located now on LiveNet.pl provider server. I payed for one month - if there won't be problems with hosting, I will continue it.

The biggest problem was with moving this Wiki. In old place database was using latin1 to UTF8 conversion, in new it doesn't work. I had to convert database to real UTF8:

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What phone could be generally recommended by Gammu author(s) ?


Submitted by marcin on Tue 19-Nov-2002

It's difficult to say. Everyone needs something different according to own needs.

Nokia

If you want to be visible, buy 7650 or 9210. Very visible, very expensive, and parts for it are very expensive. Many small stability problems, no GPRS (in 9210). Weak battery in 7650.

If you need phone for calls, no WAP, but requires extended pbk, buy 6210 or 6250 (second is for any weather and hard environment). Will be able to "repair" (flash) it - it repairs each phone in majority problems. These phones are very slow and has some other small problems.

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KMobileTools call for developers


Submitted by marcin on Wed 19-Jul-2006

Request from some developers moved here from gammu.org

KMobileTools is a userfriendly GUI for accessing your mobile phone, using an own AT based engine and a gammu engine. It offers a nice API itself and will be directly integrated into KDE's PIM stuff.

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