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Re: [ayatana]new member and new submision
Perhaps I misunderstood the intention of Daniels suggestion. Excuse me for the confusion.
From: David Siegel
Sent: 05/23/2009 12:15:15 PM
To: Anthony McTaggart
Cc: daniel planas armangue; ayatana@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [Ayatana] [ayatana]new member and new submision
Daniel, I really like your use case of providing great feedback about newly
installed applications via notify-osd.
Anthony, I do not understand your suggestion about integration with GNOME
Do. If I understand Daniel's suggestion, it's an addition to the application
installation workflow rather than a launcher of any kind. Add/Remove uses a
dialog to tell the user that applications have been installed and to allow
the user to launch those applications immediately. The ability to launch a
new application immediately is something notify-osd cannot provide, so I
urge you to consider how your proposed feature would overlap with this
functionality as it stands in Add/Remove.
On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 6:15 PM, Anthony McTaggart <ajmctaggart@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> Although I think an application like this one's usefulness or redundancy
> (Gnome-Do, Launchy, Katapult, etc) is up for debate, your design skills
> would be what to bring to the table on Ayatana's development. Your
> application utilizing what Ayatana makes available is a different task than
> this discussion.
> Basically, before your app can utilize the notification system, this team
> (or the core team I should say) needs to develop the notification system in
> its entirety. Then you can look at building your app to work with the API
> the team provides.
> May I suggest looking at building your app as a plugin for Gnome-Do now,
> while learning how to port Gnome-Do to utilize the new notification system
> going forward?
> On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 3:32 PM, daniel planas armangue <
> daniplanas.a@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Ok, First the application (where this application?), informs the user.
>> information is precisely the philosophy of notification service.
>> in this case tells us that in place we can find the application you just
>> many users do not know where to find things installed (although the "add
>> and remove" is very easy).
>> Secondly, I think the most important artistic work in artwork team is my
>> contribution on Breathe icon set.
>> These set represent more profesional icons than actual.
>> Although the Tango icons are very intuitive and functionals, but it is
>> also true that some realistic icons make the desktop more beautiful and
>> modern (MacOS, or Windows 7 references)
>> In addition, the new set of icons promises:
>> -more complete than the current
>> -more cohesion between the icons
>> -updated currently
>> -from the community and for the community
>> modern and beautiful
>> -made by and for free software
>> on development:
>> https://launchpad.net/breathe-icon-set (launchpad site)
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/BreatheIconSet (wiki)
>> I have expressed whether wrong or needs improvement in some explanation
>> notified me please
>> Daniel P.
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