[pkg-fso-maint] fso-frameworkd in main

Timo Juhani Lindfors timo.lindfors at iki.fi
Sun Oct 5 22:44:30 UTC 2008

Luca Capello <luca at pca.it> writes:
> 1) we still ship a modified framework/subsystems/ogsmd/gsm/channel.py
>    [1], but the upstream bug has been closed [2] and since then no one
>    complained upstream.
>    I imported it anyway [3], but since I haven't set a PIN to access my
>    SIM card and I don't have any other mobile phone with me, can someone
>    confirm that SIM unlocking through PIN works with the upstream file
>    [4] on Debian [5] (i.e. without the Debian patch [3], please?

I modified
of fso-frameworkd 0.2.0-git20080909-4 and removed the .encode("ascii") part from

self.serial.write( self.q.peek()[0].encode('ascii') ) # channel data

I can still enter PIN and register to network using zhone 0-git20080909-1.

> 2) is the logging patch for frameworkd/subsystems/ogsmd/gsm/const.py [6]
>    still useful?  It doesn't do any harm and I imported it [7], but
>    upstream should be noticed.

If you revert it back to an assert then many people won't be able to
access their contacts anymore?

> The last issue preventing fso-frameworkd to be uploaded to main is the
> ringtone one [11]: this *is* a show-stopper :-(

I spent two hours looking for a nice DFSG-free ringtone that would not
irritate people much but did not find anything I'd personally
like. Maybe my standards were just too high :-) The only ringtone I
found that is already included in debian is part of the twinkle
package but it is way too short.

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