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[openFATE 310256] Include bluedevil in 11.4
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  • Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2010 15:56:20 +0100 (CET)
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Feature changed by: Will Stephenson (wstephenson)
Feature #310256, revision 13
Title: Include bluedevil in 11.4

- openSUSE-11.4: New
+ openSUSE-11.4: Done
Requester: Desirable

Requested by: Shawn Rogers (67gta)
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Bluetooth has always been a weak link in KDE. Bluedevil has been
announced, and should be tested, and included in 11.4. We can have
native KDE bluetooth that works similar to gnome bluetooth, or blueman.
My limited testing includes 2 phones, keyboard/mouse, and headphones.
None of these devices would connect with kdebluetooth. All of them
setup and connected flawlessly with bluedevil KCM module. The only
problem so far is not being able to see files in dolphin when trying to
browse phone files.

#1: Felipe Ortiz (f3lip3) (2010-10-14 15:32:42)
Great!, but maybe we should be for 11.3

#2: Andreas Jaeger (a_jaeger) (2010-11-29 20:50:58)
Package is in openSUSE Build Service, repository KDE:Playground. KDE
team, should it go to factory?

#3: Jose Ricardo De Leon Solis (derhundchen) (2010-12-05 19:43:05)
I believe we should include libbluedevil and bluedevil in the openSUSE
11.4 release since kbluetooth has been deprecated.

#4: Bruno Canning (iclbmc1) (2010-12-07 16:12:01)
Hi Folks, I agree, we should have bluedevil and libbluedevil in 11.4.
I've been testing them with my devices and they work better and with a
lot less fuss than KDE bluetooth. They also seem to be at mature
version numbers, this is what I have:
bluedevil 1.0-1.1 libbluedevil 1.8-1.1

+ #5: Will Stephenson (wstephenson) (2010-12-16 15:56:14)
+ Done for 11.4

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