Opimd is a PIM suite for FSO. It can be used as a backend to PIM tools with GUI to have unlimited storage space for contact details, SMS's, calendar items and so on. It will also allow all apps using opimd to have access to the same information.
Contacts domain is almost fully implemented and checked to work. Available backends: SIM, CSV and SQLite.
Messages domain is almost fully implemented and checked to work, even with CSM and delivery reports support. At the moment only missing functionality is adding, editing and deleting messages from SIM backend. Available backends: SIM and SQLite.
Calls domain seems to be fully usable. Available backends: SQLite and ogsmd handler.
There are still things to be done. For instance, handling multiple fields with the same name, sorting and normalizing phone numbers for comparing. Also some things need to be rewritten - for instance quering lot of messages is slow as hell, and doesn't even try to use SQLite speed and abilities. Some changes unvisible for user also need to be done, for instance having GenericDomain, from which other domains can inherit (to avoid duplicating lot of code).
Implementation and test scripts
- libframeworkd-phonegui-efl2 will bring you opimd support in shr-contacts.
- pyphonelog already uses opimd Contacts and Calls domains as data source.
- opimd-utils. After installing it and changing default Messages backend to SQLite-Messages in opimd-config, you'll have new, opimd based interface for handling incoming messages and missed calls (opimd-notifier), messages app (opimd-messages), command line apps for testing opimd (opimd-cli) and resolving name from phone numbers (opimd-resolve) and SHR Settings based config tool (opimd-config).
NOTE: opimd-utils isn't announced yet! It can eat your cat!
NOTE 2: In order to have sound and vibration on incoming message when using opimd interface, you have to patch oeventsd with patch available at 
NOTE 3: For testing and development opimd recommended distribution is upgraded SHR unstable.
The main developer of opimd is dos1. You can find him at IRC on #openmoko-cdevel freenode channel.
If you're interested in opimd and need assistance, check http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/community/2009-May/048064.html