[jp] Jpilot wish list - Android phone related
laurent_roche at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 17 11:50:44 EST 2011
It seems you did not get exactly the way it works.
UPM does not require to be online all the time.
You can do read and do mofications off line ... and then sync whenever
you are online.
L at u
The Computing Froggy
Le 16/12/2011 15:55, James E. LaBarre a écrit :
> On 12/15/2011 12:55 PM, Laurent ROCHE wrote:
>> I've told about this, here, many times, or you could have a look at my
>> blog, or Google is your friend !
>> But since I am a nice guy here is the link
> UPM still has the limitation that it requires you to be always online.
> Which means having to have an expensive data plan if you expect to use
> the database while away from your computer. GNU Keyring didn't
> require that. You could sync between JPilot and the PalmOS side and
> carry the password database around with you without ever having to go
> online. *AND* it had the advantage of doing *record-level*
> synchronization. Simply copying files back & forth is a significant
> step backwards; if we do nhave record-level synchronization, we are
> not getting any closer to restoring the functionality we had *before*
> the death of the PDA.
> "Smartphones" are not so smart as the companies hawking them (and the
> cellular companies ready and willing to sucker us in) would like you
> to believe.
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