[Kde-mobile-users] User behaviour study on N900

Hubert Kario hubert at kario.pl
Tue Oct 4 17:07:34 UTC 2011


From what I know, currently there's a bug in glibc that ships with newest 
firmware that makes use of mobile kmail useless if you recieve signed 

I didn't read exactly what is the study about, but the data may be skewed.


On Tuesday 04 of October 2011 15:18:17 Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
> Hi,
> an old friend of mine (I worked with him on various GNU projects) is doing
> "a user behaviour study to understand how to improve data availability and
> thereby hide spotty cellular coverage, work around data transfer
> allowances, and save energy."
> Everybody with a N900 can participate.  Because it is a user behaviour
> study, a lot of personally identifiable information is transmitted, so if
> you are using the N900 for sensitive data this may not be for you, but
> maybe even in that case you want to spread the word.
> The study is not specific to KDE Mobile, but the results could be useful if
> the parts of KDE Mobile that consume bandwith (PIM data, certificates) can
> be identified in the study as one group of data that can be optimized.
> http://hssl.cs.jhu.edu/~neal/woodchuck/user_behavior_study/
> Thanks,
> Marcus
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