[guardian-dev] Ripple app

arrase arrase at gmail.com
Mon Dec 12 07:24:19 EST 2016

ok, as you suggest i'm gonna do a hard fork of the project and start my own

I'm gonna do something more complex where Ripple was only one of the
possible actions.

I would like to allow:

- Delete a user configurable folder list
- Use a tool like secure-delete for delete sensible data
- Backup data to a secure server before delete
- Send an alert message (via sms , publish to social networks,.......)
- Send ripple to others apps
- .........i'm thinking :)

A feature request will be taken in consideration :)

2016-12-12 13:13 GMT+01:00 Hans-Christoph Steiner <hans at guardianproject.info

> I think those are great ideas for a panic button app.  I'm not sure that
> Ripple is the app to have those.  One of the core ideas of Ripple, as
> well as all Panic Kit work, is that the panic trigger apps can be made
> super simple with as little config or options as possible so that they
> are dead simple to understand and use.  Setting up panic buttons is
> already stressful enough as it is, so the apps that work in that
> ecosystem need to strive to avoid that stress.  This design is bourne
> out of experience with our InTheClear app and Amnesty Intl's Panic Button.
> That said, the whole panic button idea needs more people thinking about
> UX and making working designs so that we can find out what actually
> works for people.  So I encourage you to fork Ripple and publish your
> own panic button app.  The code is quite simple as it is, so I don't
> think there is much maintenance work to be shared.
> Also, FYI, multiple panic trigger apps can be installed and active at
> the same time.
> .hc
> arrase:
> > I made a pull request with two features:
> >
> > - An option for disable countdown
> > - An option for run PanicActivity  when user logs in after a configurable
> > number of unsuccessful password attempts
> >
> > Thank can be usseful if some forces you to unlock your device, then you
> can
> > set a bad password a number of time and when finally you login you have a
> > chance for quickly lauch a Ripple action.
> >
> > But in other hand there is a chance than your opponet holds the device
> and
> > ask you for a the pin, so i'm thinking in add an option for raise Ripple
> > acion withouth swipe confirmation after a number unsuccessful password
> > attempts.
> >
> > 2016-12-11 19:11 GMT+01:00 arrase <arrase at gmail.com>:
> >
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> I would like to add some features to Ripple App:
> >>
> >> - fire ripple from a persistant notification
> >> - an option for disable the countdown
> >> - fire ripple after user unlocks the device if a user predefined
> sequence
> >> of hardware buttons was clicked
> >>
> >> What do you think about?
> >>
> >
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