Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: Re: Load time lags
RE: Re: Load time lags
From: Nielsen Linus (ext) <"Nielsen>
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2002 08:04:59 +0200
> NLe> Not if you set the timeout to 60 seconds.
> ..that means the HDD is always spinned up. And that was my third mode.
My point is that you don't need a third mode if you set the timeout long
> I think, the three modes I described are very suitable and
> I hope you agree with me that they should behave as
> I wrote. The ability to additionaly set the timeout value that
> is used there is not necessary, as I think, but I've nothing against
> it being there.
If we use two timeout settings, one for battery operation and one for
charger operations, we don't need names or modes. If we only have two named
options, I can assure you that people will file reports on the "timeout
being too long" _and_ "timeout is too short". People have different opinions
on this. Why not give them a way of setting the timeouts themselves and
spare us from trouble?
> BTW: Your Forename is Linus, or not? Why have you set your
> mail program to write "Nielsen Linus" and not
> "Linus Nielsen" as sender? Or are you from (StarTrek
> Universe's) Bajor? ;-) What is this "(ext)"?
The "ext" is my customer's (Siemens) silly way of telling the world that I
don't work there, I am simple consultant. And they have a central management
of all mail accounts (Exchange) so I can't change my name or return address
when I send mail from work.
Received on 2002-08-12