I am anything but a health freak. The words 'sleep hygiene' make me shudder. And, honestly, I don't care much about sleep cycles and stuff. But ever since my old Timex datalink's sync stopped working (and it never worked with TFT panels, as far as I know) I felt uneasy about being unable to connect my watch to computer and reluctant to get a new watch, because I haven't seen anything remotely worth connecting.
And then I came across the Sleeptracker® PRO (I think I'm supposed to note here, that the aforementioned title is a registered trademark of its owner, as if it's not obvious). It was no surprise that the watch lacked linux support. I have no windows machines around, so I thought I have to do some programming. And so I quickly hacked napkin together.
It is the very early beta and, in fact, the first GUI-enabled program I've written since '98 or so. I bet it needs some polishing, so any feedback is appreciated.
Here is what it looks like at the moment:
I hope, the Innovative Sleep Solutions don't mind making this software
available and, I believe, I haven't wronged them or any license I agreed
with in any way
, but, of course, as it normally goes nowadays, I'm
well prepared to take everything down at the very sight of the lawyers
squad swarming up my way.
I may add now that I am happy to learn from them that they do not mind me releasing this software and quite to the contrary - they also think it's great to have it available.
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