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Re: Getting rolling for 9.10


Scott Kitterman wrote:
On Thu, 23 Apr 2009 09:46:17 +0100 David Barth <david.barth@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
... Could you coordinate with your "masked" developer friend to represent
him at the Summit. ...

You are being too subtle for me here perhaps, unless perhaps you think I'm acting as a sock puppet for Aaron Seigo (since I referenced his mail in my previous message). Let me assure you I am nobody's sock puppet and speak for no one.
Hey, sorry, I think I misread you when you said:
another community developer (I'll thank him by name after it works) is working on getting KDE trunk
I do hope we can have a positive discussion here about how best to serve Kubuntu users that use applications that drive notify-osd notifications. Given the absolute dependence of notify-osd on the indicator (I see it with a number of names and I'm not sure which is the current, correct term), it seemed reasonable to start the discussion with that.
Right. The indicator is actually made of 3 parts:
* indicator-applet, which is a gnome-panel compatible shell hosting...
* ... the indicator-applet, which is the actual indicator
* and libindicate which is the client side library made to simplify the application developers life (well, provided you're a Gnome application developer for the moment that is...)

What we need to discuss is which part we need to develop for the KDE desktop, which one we can re-use on KDE, which one we can share between Gnome and KDE.


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