iwhite at victoria
Sep 11, 2003, 3:57 PM
Post #2 of 2
Did anything ever come of this discussion?
On Friday, April 11, 2003, at 12:03 AM, Jamison Wilde wrote:
> So here's my updated list of requirements for
> MythAlarm. I'm a developer, so I will take a stab at
> this, but I haven't done any dev with MythTv before,
> so I may look to the #mythtv dev group for
> * Support for multiple recurring alarms. Ex. Go off
> every day/weekday/weekend day/sunday. Go off at
> 8am(nice mp3) & 9am(WTF up mp3).
> * Support for single alarms, along with override/temp
> disable of other alarms feature. Ex. I need to go to
> the doctor tomorrow, so set the alarm for a diff time
> than normal. Recurring alarm will kick back in the
> next day.
> * Support for a 'nap alarm', by pressing a couple of
> buttons, you can set the alarm to wake you up in a
> couple of hours, half hour or whatever.
> * Allow disabling of alarms without deleting. (Going
> on vacation for a week.)
> * Support remote control snooze (configurable snooze
> time in minutes). Set alarms from remote control.
> * LIRC support to turn on TV/Audio equipment, and to
> turn the volume up. Allow progressive volumes, such
> as low volume for first minute of the alarm, medium
> the next, high the next. Allow to configure how long
> volume down needs to be transmitted to mute the sound,
> and how long volume up needs to be transmitted to turn
> volume up fully.
> * Support for MythMusic enabled formats for audio
> alarm. (Need to explore playlist options, etc.)
> * Support for LiveTV or Playback from MythTV. (Wake up
> to live Today's Jane Pauley, or playback Naughty
> Nymphos 30 :-)
> * On screen display of MythWeather at wake up, if an
> audio alarm is chosen.
> * Conflict resolution with scheduled recording (both
> alarm was created, and after alarm is created when a
> new recording is scheduled; may require hooks in
> MythTV?). Allow an audio override that will play even
> if a scheduled recording is active.
> Does this seem fairly complete?
> I'll move this to the dev list once I get feedback.
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