[SailfishDevel] Harbour compliant way to read contacts

Gabriel Böhme m.gabrielboehme at googlemail.com
Sun Jan 26 18:31:14 UTC 2014


So Jolla get's punishment, because a user want's to use HIS Contacts,
because they are fetched from 3rd party service, the user put HIS
contacts?! - Wow strange.


But making "added by hand" contacts is/could be possible? And what about if
the user have to accept that a app wants to use his contacts from 3rd
party? Maybe verifyed with soöe kind of JollaContactAccessAPI. So that an
app can use the ContactsAPI just with a valid token, or something like
that. :)


Just guessing,...Gabriel.



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Von meinem Nokia N9 gesendet



Andrey Kozhevnikov schrieb am 26.01.14 19:23:
issue not in app permissions. issue in restriction access to "cloud"
contacts got from 3rd party services, and so on

On 27.01.2014 00:21, Marcin M. wrote:

 And wouldn't separate permission for each app solve the thing?
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Marcin


2014-01-26 Bernd Wachter <bernd.wachter at jolla.com>

> <christopher.lamb at thurweb.ch> writes:
>
> > Hi Sven
> >
> > I am equally curious:
> >
> > Reading and rereading Bernd's mail I see
> >
> > " ..contacts synced to the device from some third party services..."
> >
> > I entered all the contacts on my phone myself (most via bluetooth from
> > the N9). No third parties are involved at all. So surely my apps
> > should have full readonly access.
> >
> > If the source is an issue, then the source should be an attribute of
> > each contact, thus allowing apps access to kosher contacts, and
> > barring access to those from third parties.
>
>  That's what we're currently working on.
>
> > Surely what an app does with the contacts is more important than the
> > source of the contacts?
>
>  We need to follow the terms of service from where we sync the contacts,
> or they might revoke our API keys without warning, which then would
> affect the whole userbase. In doing so we need to allow for creative
> interpretation of the TOS on their end as well -- we're the ones in
> trouble if they decide to revoke our API keys after all.
>
> TLDR: Lawyers are making our contacts middleware unnecessarily
> complicated, not all features implemented yet.
>
> Bernd
>
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