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RE: Battery Status Event spec adds intro, ready to move to LC

From: DZȫ <kihong.kwon@samsung.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2011 19:46:31 +0900
To: 'public-device-apis WG' <public-device-apis@w3.org>
Message-id: <008f01cc2b49$7ccb3180$76619480$%kwon@samsung.com>
Dear DAP WG members.

I'm kihong Kwon and I'm working for Samsung Electronics.
Recently I join this WG.

Now I'm implementing the Battery Status Spec to the WebKit engine.
(refs: https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=62698)

There are some issues on this spec and I think these are reasonable.

> this specification seems to be over simplified, 
> especially if you compare it what is provided by the power supply class
of the Linux.
> 
> What happens if you have more than one battery? Many modern devices have
> backup batteries, e.g. to keep the RTC. What is the upgrade path for this
> event to support applications that want to have a more detailed view (e.g.
> a dashboard in a server farm that also wants to query the UPS)?

How do you think about this?
Isn't this spec only for mobile device(e.g tablet, cell phone...),
I think there are needed to considering about thses.
(e.g. Monitoring current batteries status of multi-batteries equipments by
browser...)

Thank you.


Kihong Kwon
Sinear Engineer
Next Generation S/W R&D Group
Mobile Communication Division
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD.
TEL : +82-10-301-0739
Mobile : +82-10-9962-2322
E-Mail : kihong.kwon@samsung.com
Twitter : @vimff
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