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Background
==========

- Priority scale: High, Medium and Low

- Complexity scale: C1, C2, C4 and C8.  The complexity scale is exponential,
  with complexity 1 being the lowest complexity.  Complexity is a function
  of both task 'complexity' and task 'scope'.

  The general rule of thumb is that a complexity 1 task should take 1-2 weeks
  for a person very familiar with oFono codebase.  Higher complexity tasks
  require more time and have higher uncertainty.

  Higher complexity tasks should be refined into several lower complexity tasks
  once the task is better understood.


SMS
===

- Add support for Enhanced SMS (EMS) from 3GPP 23.040.  These SMS messages
  support a richer set of formatting elements, including bold/italic and
  font size selection.  Embedding images and sounds into the SMS is also
  supported.  This task should add support for receiving such SMS messages.

  Proposed solution is to convert such messages to HTML and embed image /
  sound data as embedded MIME in the generated HTML stream.  The EMS messages
  will have to be detected (by the presence of particular tags in the SMS)
  and signaled separately from simple SMS messages.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C8

- Asynchronously acknowledge SMS DELIVER messages sent by the SMS driver
  to core using ofono_sms_deliver_notify().  This may require the struct
  ofono_sms_driver to be extended with one more function pointer like:
    void (*deliver_ack)(unsigned char *pdu, int len, cb_t cb, void *data)
  because currently messages are automatically acknowledged by either the
  modem (this is the case of some AT modems) or the driver right after
  ofono_sms_deliver_notify() and a failure to deliver at an upper level is
  ignored.  The PDU can be an RP-ACK or RP-ERROR message with optional
  TP-User-Content element, for example if returned from USIM Data Download.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C2


CBS
===

- Support UMTS format for CBS messages.  This might be needed by some hardware
  which does not convert UMTS-formatted cell broadcasts to GSM-formatted cell
  broadcasts.  The UMTS CBS format can be found in 3GPP 25.324 Section 11.1.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C2


SIM / SIM File system
=====================

- SIM Call History plugin.  New UICCs support four new SIM elementary files
  for storing call history information on the SIM: EFici, EFict, EFoci, EFoct.
  A plugin should be developed for oFono that will write to these files.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C2

- Add support for SIM 'ready' notifications from the driver to the core.  Most
  modem manufacturers initialize the SIM (e.g. cache SIM file system, STK
  initialization, etc) internally before allowing the telephony stack to
  access these portions.  When the PIN is locked, this can lead to oFono being
  too fast for the modem and asking it for things before the firmware is ready.

  The proposal is to introduce a new sim function:
    void ofono_sim_ready_notify(struct ofono_sim *sim);

  When oFono determines the SIM PIN is READY, it checks whether
  ofono_sim_ready_notify has been called.  If it hasn't, then it stalls the
  initialization procedure (and calling post_sim) until
  ofono_sim_ready_notify is called.

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C2

- Support SIM authentication: SIM and AKA suites.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C4

- Support SIM authentication: GBA_U suite.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C4

- ISIM support

  ISIM is the SIM application for IP Multimedia Subsystem, specified in
  3GPP TS 31.103. The UICCs can support multiple ISIMs for different IMS
  identities.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C4

- CPHS SPN support

  Support reading of the CPHS-defined SPN field from SIMs

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C1

- CPHS Short SPN support

  Support reading of the CPHS-defined short SPN field from SIMs

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C1


Bluetooth HFP
=============

- Support HFP-specific AT commands for the HF role, providing an appropriate
  D-Bus API when needed. Some examples are AT+BIA, AT+BINP, AT+BLDN, AT+BVRA,
  AT+BRSF, etc.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2


Modem Emulator
==============

- Support CE4A extensions to HFP AG emulator. CE4A defines additional
  AT command extensions to the Bluetooth HFP AG standard. Refer to CE4A
  white paper: "AT-commands for Automotive Premium Phone Integration".
  Plugins can register additional command handlers appropriately to handle
  such commands.

  Complexity: C4
  Priority: Low
  Depends: HFP AG emulator

- Support HSP AG.  Similar to HFP AG emulator but implements the much reduced
  Bluetooth HSP AG profile.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C1

- Support DUN networking over the USB transport.  This might require extra
  AT commands to be implemented in order to comply with general USB DUN
  expectations as there is no standard for the same.

  Complexity: C4
  Priority: Low

- Support Bluetooth SPP profile.

  Complexity: C4
  Priority: Medium

- Support new HFP 1.6 AG commands allowing to publish, select and connect audio
  codecs (AT+BAC, AT+BCS, +BCS, AT+BCC). This will need to interact with audio
  framework.

  Complexity: C4
  Priority: Low
  Depends: HFP AG emulator

- Integrate HFP AG emulator as a BlueZ service.
  Replace direct access to Bluetooth library by usage of the BlueZ service
  architecture.

  Complexity: C2
  Priority: Medium
  Depends: HFP AG emulator

- Add audio management to HFP AG emulator.
  Integrate HFP AG emulator to BlueZ and Pulse Audio.
  Add audio related AT commands support: remote audio volume control and in-band
  ring tone management.

  Complexity: C4
  Priority: Medium
  Depends: HFP AG emulator as BlueZ service

PPP
===

- IPv6 CP support.  To support IPv6 based GPRS contexts via PPP, GAtPPP
  needs to be updated to support IPv6CP from RFC 2472.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C4


Location Services
=================

- Neighbor Cell Info.  Add dedicated atom, D-Bus API and atom driver(s) for
  Neighbor Cell information.

  This feature is not discussed in 27.007, thus manufacturer specific commands
  are required.

  Complexity: C4
  Priority: Medium


Supplementary Services
======================

- Closed User Group (CUG) support.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C8

- Call Completion to Busy Subscriber (CCBS) support

  This feature is not discussed in 27.007, thus manufacturer specific commands
  are required.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C8

- User to User Signaling (UUS) support

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C8

- Multiple Subscriber Profile (MSP) support

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C2

- CPHS Support.  This includes ALS and CPHS specific elementary files.

  Priority: Low
  Complexity: C8

- Call forwarding state handling change

  At the moment call forwarding states are not always correct. Any active
  conditional call forwarding should become quiescent while unconditional call
  forwarding is activate. If call forwarding unconditional is subsequently
  deactivated, all the quiescent forwardings should become operative again.
  I.e. No conditional call forwarding string should be returned while
  unconditional call forwarding is active even if they exist.

  If there is an successful attempt to activate/deactivate conditional call
  forwarding while unconditional call forwarding is active the conditional cache
  flag should cleared.

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C1
  Owner: Nicolas Bertrand <nicolas.bertrand@linux.intel.com>


Voicecall
=========

- Dial strings. Include CLIR prefixes and 2nd stage dial strings in the
  DialString call property. Add dialstring accessor method to C API.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C4

- Provide feedback of sent DTMF tones. Emit SendingTones signal if modem can
  provide approximate starting and stopping times for DTMF tones. Signal
  argument contains a string of DTMF tones to be sent, or empty string when
  all tones has been sent.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2

- Blacklisting. According to 3GPP TS 22.001 annex E, the TE must provide
  automatic calling repeat call attempt restrictions.

  There should be a method to manually reset blacklisting.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C1


Sim Toolkit
===========

- Support of the BIP (Bearer Independent Protocol) proactive commands.
  The specification defines several bearer types. For now, only the packet data
  service bearer is considered.

	- OPEN CHANNEL: requests the terminal to open a data channel with
	parameters indicated in the command. A user confirmation may be
	requested by the SimToolkitAgent.
	- CLOSE CHANNEL:requests the terminal to close the specified data
	channel.
	- RECEIVE DATA:requests the terminal to return to the UICC data
	received on the specified channel.
	- SEND DATA:requests the terminal to send on the specified channel data
	provided by the UICC.
	- GET CHANNEL STATUS: requests the terminal to return the current
	status of all available data channels.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C4
  Owner: Philippe Nunes <philippe.nunes@linux.intel.com>

- Support Setup Event List proactive command.
  To fully support the class 'e', the following events
	-Data Available event
	-Channel status event
  shall be monitored by oFono if part of the current event list.
  This list is supplied by the last SETUP EVENT LIST command.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2
  Owner: Philippe Nunes <philippe.nunes@linux.intel.com>

Miscellaneous
=============

- Bluetooth SAP Client support.  The Telit UC864-G devices support Bluetooth
  SAP client mode.  This requires the use of a modem side-channel to read the
  APDU & CPDU data and send it to the remote phone device over Bluetooth RFCOMM
  channel.

  Complexity: C4
  Priority: Low

- PolicyKit support.  Add support for PolicyKit checking of all oFono D-Bus
  interfaces.

  Complexity: C4
  Priority: Low

- Internet Access Provider database.  Have oFono automatically configure
  GPRS contexts based on an internal database.  Database format to be decided.
  If there are multiple matches in the database, then some user intervention
  might be required.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C8

- Add Location Service API for providing basic E911 support.
  This will be based on the 27.007 defined AT commands using
  XML for transport of positioning request and responses.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2


CDMA Voicecall
==============

- Add support for Mobile Originated and Mobile Terminated Voice Call over
  a CDMA network. This includes management of call state and providing
  appropriate values for the LineIdentification in each case.

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C2

- Add support for Three-Way Calling over a CDMA network. Three-Way Calling
  provides the subscriber with the capability to add a third party to an
  established two-party call, so that all three parties may communicate in a
  three-way call.

  In CDMA mode, the originating subscriber of a current conversation can
  request for a third party to be added to a conversation by sending a Flash
  With Information Message (FWIM) with dialed digits to the network. Upon
  setting up a two-way conversation with the added party, the originating
  subscriber can request to establish a three-way conversation by sending
  another Flash With Information Message. Upon receiving the second Flash With
  Information Message, the MSC reconnects the original party to the
  conversation thus completing the setup of a three-way conversation.

  CDMA Three-Way Calling is described by Figure B-5 in 3GPP2 C.S0005-E Version
  2.0.

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C2

- Add support for Call Waiting over a CDMA network. Call Waiting (CW) provides
  notification of an incoming call to an originating subscriber, while the
  subscriber's call is in the 2-way state. Subsequently, the originating
  subscriber can either answer or ignore the incoming call. If the originating
  subscriber answers the second call, it may alternate between the two calls.

  In CDMA mode, the originating subscriber of a current conversation will
  receive either a Flash With Information Message or an Alert With Information
  Message from the network if there is an additional mobile terminated voice
  call incoming. The originating subscriber can change conversation parties by
  sending a Flash With Information Message to the network and the MSC will
  toggle the speech path between the two conversations.

  CDMA Call Waiting is described by Figure B-6 in 3GPP2 C.S0005-E Version
  2.0.

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C2

- Support sending DTMF tones over CDMA network.

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C2

- Support optional network-based Plus Code Dialing for international calls over
  a CDMA network. An input key, e.g. the "+" key, or a functional equivalent
  can be used to replace the international access prefix when dialing. When
  received, transmitted or stored, an international indicator can be included
  with the address digits although it is the responsibility of the network to
  ignore the international indicator when attached to a national number. This
  is described in Section 2.7.1.3.2.4 of 3GPP2 C.S0005-E v2.0 and Section 1.2
  of 3GPP2 N.S0027 v1.0.

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C2

CDMA SMS
==============

- Support CDMA SMS stack in PDU mode. This includes basic support of
  SMS Point-to-Point Message, SMS Broadcast Message and SMS Acknowledge
  Message as per 3GPP2 C.S0015-B version 2.0.

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C4

- Support sending Wireless Messaging Teleservice (WMT) Submit Message and
  receiving WMT Deliver Message as defined 3GPP2 C.S0015-B version 2.0.

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C4

- Support Delivery Acknowledgment. oFono allows requesting of CDMA SMS
  Delivery Acknowledgment via the MessageManager's
  UseDeliveryAcknowledgement property. If enabled, oFono's CDMA SMS stack
  will encode the Reply Option subparameter in the Submit message and
  process incoming SMS Delivery Acknowledgment Message. oFono will notify
  UI either via DBus or history plugin API.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2

- Support receiving Voice Mail Notification (VMN) Teleservice Deliver
  message. CDMA network uses VMN Teleservice to deliver the number of
  messages stored at the Voice Mail System to the CDMA mobile subscriber.

  Priority: High
  Complexity: C4

- Support sending Wireless Enhanced Messaging Teleservice (WEMT) Submit
  Message and receiving WEMT Deliver Messsage as defined 3GPP2 C.S0015-B
  version 2.0.

  WMT does not support message fragmentation thus can not be used to for
  long message. WEMT is devised to support long message and Enhanced
  Messaging Service (EMS). The WEMT SMS message's CHARi field of the
  subparameter User Data encapsulate GSM-SMS TP-User Data as defined in
  Section 9.2.3.24 of 3GPP TS 23.040.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C4

- Support sending Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Teleservice Submit
  Message and receiving WAP Deliver Messsage as defined 3GPP2 C.S0015-B
  version 2.0.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C4

- Support Call-Back Number. The Call-Back Number subparameter indicates
  the number to be dialed in reply to a received SMS message.

  In transmit direction, oFono allows setting of Call-Back Number. If the
  Call Back Number property is set, CDMA SMS stack will encode Call-Back
  Number subparameter in the Submit Message.

  In receiving direction, oFono will process the Call-Back Number
  subparameter in the incoming Deliver Message and notify UI of the
  Call-Back Number together with the newly received text message.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2

- Support immediately displayed message. oFono CDMA SMS stack will
  process the optional Message Display Mode subparameter in the incoming
  SMS message. If Message Display Mode subparameter indicates the
  message display mode is Immediate Display, oFono will send
  ImmediateMessage signal, otherwise oFono will send IncomingMessage
  signal.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2


CDMA CMAS
==============

- Support Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) over CDMA systems. CMAS
  over CDMA system is defined in TIA-1149. The CMAS message is carried in
  the CHARi field of the User Data subparameter of CDMA SMS Broadcast
  message.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C4

CDMA Network Acquisition
========================

- Support reporting of the received signal strength indicator (RSSI)
  measurement and of the pilot energy ratio (Ec/Io) measurement, for the
  currently acquired CDMA network.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C1

- Support reporting of the received signal strength indicator (RSSI)
  measurement and of the signal to interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR)
  measurement, for the currently acquired 1xEV-DO data network.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C1

- Support reporting of the Enhanced Roaming Indicators (ERI) to indicate the
  current roaming condition of the CDMA mobile device. Each indicator maps to
  a unique display number within the Standard and Non-Standard service ranges,
  as described in Section 8 of 3GPP2 C.R1001-C v1.0.
  These numbers are stored on the device in the (Enhanced) Preferred Roaming
  List (PRL) and it is the responsibility of the modem to broadcast the
  relevant indicator for a currently acquired system. Further details of the
  system acquisition process are described in 3GPP2 C.S0016-B v1.0.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2

- Support reporting of identifiers of the currently acquired CDMA network,
  including the System Identifier (SID) and the Network Identifier (NID),
  It is the responsibility of the modem to broadcast the relevant identifiers
  for a currently acquired system, and these identifiers are provided by the
  network. This is described in 3GPP2 C.S0005-E v2.0.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2

- Support International Roaming, including support for reporting the Mobile
  Country Code (MCC) and the Mobile Network Code (MNC) for the currently
  acquired network. International Roaming is provided via enhancements to the
  PRL by encoding the MCC and the (two digit only) MNC in existing SID/NID
  fields, as described in the CDMA Development Group standards Document "IPRL
  Enhancements for International Roaming - CDG Doc #86". It is the
  responsibility of the modem to broadcast the values for the currently
  acquired system.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2

CDMA Connection Manager
=======================

- Support Packet Data Service over CDMA (1xRTT and 1xEV-DO) systems. This
  includes Mobile Originated connection and disconnection features.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C4

- Support Network Initiated disconnection of Packet Data Service over CDMA
  (1xRTT and 1xEV-DO) systems.

  Priority: Medium
  Complexity: C2