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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
 
The application will know our location (work, home, etc.) by comparing your current GPS coordinates to your list of tagged locations. When you are at a location and you have nothing to do you can open Idle Hands and it will randomly select a small task that is appropriate to that location.
 
The application will know our location (work, home, etc.) by comparing your current GPS coordinates to your list of tagged locations. When you are at a location and you have nothing to do you can open Idle Hands and it will randomly select a small task that is appropriate to that location.

Latest revision as of 20:00, 25 September 2008

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[edit] Overview

The application will know our location (work, home, etc.) by comparing your current GPS coordinates to your list of tagged locations. When you are at a location and you have nothing to do you can open Idle Hands and it will randomly select a small task that is appropriate to that location.

  • Tasks can have multiple tags. For example, "clean mouse ball" might be appropriate for both work and home.
  • The user should be able to hit a next bottom to skip the currently listed task. This is a Finger-Based application.

[edit] Use Cases

  • I might list the following as work tasks: fill stapler, empty trash bin, clean mouse ball, wipe off monitor. This way when a meeting gets pushed back five minutes I don't have to sit around and doing nothing. I can fire up Idle hands, which will randomly provide me with a small task I can do. This is good because I'd rather refill my stapler when I have nothing else to do than in the middle of stapling a stack of things.

[edit] Layout Components

[edit] Application Area

  • Describe the layout of the application and any important modes

[edit] Footer Area

[edit] Status Bar

  • Describe what is displayed

[edit] Constraints

  • Describes limitations and available of functional aspects

[edit] Sessions

  • Each task might also have a property stating how much time should pass before it is randomly selected again. For example, if today is Friday and I cleaned my mouse ball on Monday, that task should not come up.

[edit] Architectural Details

  • Items to clear up non-trivial functionality. For instance, diagrams for event / communication flow, data structures, timing details, etc...
Use and reference open standards whenever appropriate

[edit] Implementation Recommendations

  • Recommendations on libraries, data structures, etc.. for implementation
Use and reference open standards whenever appropriate

[edit] Interactions

  • Details of any cross-application interactions

[edit] Unresolved Issues

  • List any unresolved issues, topics, functionality, etc...

[edit] Questions and Answers

  • List very common questions with their answers here. Everything else should use the Wiki's discussion feature.
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Wishes warning! This article or section documents one or more OpenMoko Wish List items, the features described here may or may not be implemented in the future.

Overview

The application will know our location (work, home, etc.) by comparing your current GPS coordinates to your list of tagged locations. When you are at a location and you have nothing to do you can open Idle Hands and it will randomly select a small task that is appropriate to that location.

  • Tasks can have multiple tags. For example, "clean mouse ball" might be appropriate for both work and home.
  • The user should be able to hit a next bottom to skip the currently listed task. This is a Finger-Based application.

Use Cases

  • I might list the following as work tasks: fill stapler, empty trash bin, clean mouse ball, wipe off monitor. This way when a meeting gets pushed back five minutes I don't have to sit around and doing nothing. I can fire up Idle hands, which will randomly provide me with a small task I can do. This is good because I'd rather refill my stapler when I have nothing else to do than in the middle of stapling a stack of things.

Layout Components

Application Area

  • Describe the layout of the application and any important modes

Footer Area

Status Bar

  • Describe what is displayed

Constraints

  • Describes limitations and available of functional aspects

Sessions

  • Each task might also have a property stating how much time should pass before it is randomly selected again. For example, if today is Friday and I cleaned my mouse ball on Monday, that task should not come up.

Architectural Details

  • Items to clear up non-trivial functionality. For instance, diagrams for event / communication flow, data structures, timing details, etc...
Use and reference open standards whenever appropriate

Implementation Recommendations

  • Recommendations on libraries, data structures, etc.. for implementation
Use and reference open standards whenever appropriate

Interactions

  • Details of any cross-application interactions

Unresolved Issues

  • List any unresolved issues, topics, functionality, etc...

Questions and Answers

  • List very common questions with their answers here. Everything else should use the Wiki's discussion feature.