Am 28.04.2014 23:45, schrieb Yamaban:
On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 23:24, Wolfgang Rosenauer
Am 28.04.2014 22:37, schrieb Dmitry Roshchin:
Firefox 29 (or maybe earlier version) have web
notification api for
services. It uses non-system notification popups as opposed to other
notifications (for example downloading finish). GNotifier addon 
yes, since web notifations are supported all support for native
notifications was removed to achieve the required flexibility of the
standard (AFAIK). This was done a few version ago (before or with 24.0
BTW, this is even worse for Thunderbird since the flexibility of web
notifications are not really required there.
Food for thought:
Would it make sense to 'bundle' the GNotifier addon
with the OSS packages of Firefox / Thunderbird ?
(Similar to "Feedback" addon in beta releases)
I do not know anything about the maturity of the addon,
let alone the feasability bundeling the addon.
But better to think about the possiblity than just
cry over spilled milk.
I wouldn't bundle it directly into the Firefox/Thunderbird packages.
There is no need to actually.
mozilla:addons would be a good target for an RPM package for the addon
and offer it to users. From there we could decide if it would be a
Recommends for whatever package combination or not.
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