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QGVDial is now in extras-testing. If you want it to be promoted to extras, YOU - the users need to vote to put it there.

Openrepos: Sailfish and Harmattan
All latest builds are here.

Project is hosted at google code.
Changelog is here
Planned features are here

Features:
-> QML UI
-> In adition to the usual callback method, "direct dial" is also possible using the sim card number or skype / sip.
-> GV call/text history built in.
-> GV Contacts integration, with contact photos.
-> Integration with fcrochiks MyContacts
-> Integration with the n900's phone contacts. Install "qgv-tp" and then from the n900 address book, click "Call with QGV"
-> Mosquitto integration to get updates call history and contact updates without polling - a.k.a. "Push notifications"

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qgvnotify: Google voice and contacts notifier for diablo and maemo.

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Last edited by uvatbc; 2014-10-01 at 18:41. Reason: Extras-testing version updated to 783
 

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Nice one. will try over the weekend... thank you very much
 

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So what would make me want this instead of DialCentral?
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Originally Posted by Descalzo View Post
So what would make me want this instead of DialCentral?
Play voice mail. DC doesn't do that.
Ought to be faster too, but I'd rather you tell me than me tell you that.

Also the planned feature: Auto-accept incoming dialback from google.
That's what I'm working on atm.
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qgvnotify: Google voice and contacts notifier for diablo and maemo.

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New version. What this fixes since the last time:
-> Better validation of numbers input to dialer
-> Contacts are cached so that network traffic is reduced
-> Pressing enter on a contact begins call. Ditto for history item.
-> View SMS (finally).
-> Debianize for maemo: Put decent version strings and fix perms.

Next up:
-> Figure out why the icon isn't showing up.
-> auto-accept calls
-> Move out of my house and into the garage

Please test and provide feedback. Thanks!
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qgvtp: Phone integration for the n900 that dials out and sends texts using qgvdial. Vote.
mosquitto: message broker that implements the MQ Telemetry Transport protocol version 3.
qgvnotify: Google voice and contacts notifier for diablo and maemo.

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Project source and installers hosted at google code:
http://code.google.com/p/qgvdial
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mosquitto: message broker that implements the MQ Telemetry Transport protocol version 3.
qgvnotify: Google voice and contacts notifier for diablo and maemo.

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Unable to install
Incompatible application package


That's the error I am getting.
N810

Can you post screenshots of your app
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Any particular reason for a new app rather than contributing to Dialcentral?

Auto-accept is worthless to me (and some other people) if its auto-accept of cell-only. Have you figured out a way to auto-accept any incoming StreamedMedia channel? If so, that would be great and I would add it to TOR

I'm curious why you would expect this to be faster?

Screenshots?
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Originally Posted by heavyt View Post
Unable to install
Incompatible application package


That's the error I am getting.
N810

Can you post screenshots of your app
Unfortunately, this app cannot be run on n810 - it depends on QT 4.6 and the qt mobility framework - which are atm only available on the N900.

I'll post screenshots as soon as I can.
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mosquitto: message broker that implements the MQ Telemetry Transport protocol version 3.
qgvnotify: Google voice and contacts notifier for diablo and maemo.

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Originally Posted by epage View Post
Any particular reason for a new app rather than contributing to Dialcentral?

Auto-accept is worthless to me (and some other people) if its auto-accept of cell-only. Have you figured out a way to auto-accept any incoming StreamedMedia channel? If so, that would be great and I would add it to TOR

I'm curious why you would expect this to be faster?

Screenshots?
Why a new app: I really liked your DC and wanted to create something like it for more than just maemo. I know DC is python and so can probably run on more platforms than I could manage with just QT. Nevertheless, I think the competition will be good healthy fun.

Why not contribute to DC? : Of course I can... and I most probably will once I figure out how to do things - but I'm not a python coder and even though it has been fairly easy to learn it, I prefer to use the language of my choice - C++ and Qt.

Auto-accept: I know this problem - I've hit it last week. I'm hoping my experiments using telepathy-qt4 will help me solve it. If I do, I'll try making the python code as well. My code is also up for review.

Why faster: I cache some information - which means I have lesser network traffic - which should mean faster performance.
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qgvtp: Phone integration for the n900 that dials out and sends texts using qgvdial. Vote.
mosquitto: message broker that implements the MQ Telemetry Transport protocol version 3.
qgvnotify: Google voice and contacts notifier for diablo and maemo.

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