[Namaste-dev] Re: SuperPortable User Interface Design Document - posted for Review

Michelle w5nyv at yahoo.com
Sat May 24 15:23:56 PDT 2008


Thanks so much - this will be useful stuff!
dBoomph sounds like a fun unit. 
 -Michelle W5NYV



----- Original Message ----
From: Frank Brickle <brickle at pobox.com>
To: Michelle <w5nyv at yahoo.com>
Cc: namaste-dev <namaste-dev at amsat.org>
Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2008 7:23:38 AM
Subject: Re: [Namaste-dev] SuperPortable User Interface Design Document - posted for Review

On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 1:44 PM, Michelle <w5nyv at yahoo.com> wrote:

 
...I think of making a station that does something like Jabber very very well, rather than making a Jabber station. It would be ideal if we could make a platform (allowing customization, experimentation, and applications-layer programming), as opposed to a product, and so far I see nothing that precludes us for doing that. Does that make sense in terms of how you are approaching the station?

Yes. Good.

Toward that end, what I'll do is run through the list of Jabber capabilities -- pretty extensive, at this point -- and evaluate each of them from the standpoint of what would be required to implement each of them to spec on our system. At the very least that exercise should give us a ranking of the features by oomph, on the grounds that oomph values (development time, processor cycles, watts) ought to be roughly proportional on any system.

73
Frank
AB2KT

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