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SubjectRe: [RFC] QR encoding for Oops messages
On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 02:59:47PM -0700, Teodora Baluta wrote:

> As far as decoding is concerned, there are a lot of apps on mobile devices
> that decode QR codes (just text mostly). In order to make this work, an
> app which also decodes the QR code is needed. I will be working the next
> couple of weeks on an Android app which scans the Oops encoding QR and
> sends it to a server which keeps track of these Oopses that are sent to
> it making a sort of stream of the latest Oopses. Any thoughts on what the best
> workflow would be are more than welcomed.

When I was thinking about doing this a while ago, my plan was to simply
encode the oops as a URL - that way existing QR reader software would
work and there's no need to write a specialised application. I also
registered the domain kbu.gs to provide the service. Obviously I never
got around to actually writing the code, so this is great!

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Matthew Garrett | mjg59@srcf.ucam.org


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