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Re: [opensuse-gnome] Request for information
  • From: Vincent Untz <vuntz@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2010 17:02:43 +0100
  • Message-id: <20101210160243.GV21120@xxxxxxxxx>
Le vendredi 10 décembre 2010, à 15:49 +0000, Nelson Marques a écrit :

It should be living somewhere under GNOME. That makes the most sense.

I'm kind of mixed about rebuilding other packages for this, though: if
this means we need to patch them, then it will be a maintenance
nightmare as we'll have to update the packages in two different places.


I thought on GNOME:Apps as well, which does fit for most software, but
there is a battalion of support libraries around.

So far this are the packages:

* eggdbus (not required for indicators, but required for libzeigeist);

Eek. That's wrong, libzeitgeist should get fixed: we removed eggdbus
from Factory a while ago.


So yeah, indicators and apps make all sense to go to GNOME:Apps, but
what about the libs?

We do have some libs in GNOME:Apps.

If you feel that it's better to move this in a separate project because
of the amount of packages, we surely can. I'd call it GNOME:Ayatana, or
something like this.


Additionaly on lizzards someone mentioned a patch to Metacity[1] to
support some fancy stuff from Canonical. It's a small patch and it
actually works. Anyway we could have that patch on metacity in the
future? This enable high featured themes from Canonical (ex: Ambiance
and Radiance). I've tested it ;)

Someone needs to review the patch to make sure it's 100% correct.
There's no comment in the upstream bug:



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