[pkg-fso-maint] phoneui-apps_0.1+git20100801-1_amd64.changes ACCEPTED
elektranox at gmail.com
Fri Aug 6 19:03:16 UTC 2010
On Fri, Aug 06, 2010 at 11:19:23AM -0400, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 06, 2010 at 08:24:52AM +0300, Timo Jyrinki wrote:
> >2010/8/6 Archive Administrator <installer at ftp-master.debian.org>:
> >Congrats, the stack is in!
> >Could you or someone list packages that could be now cleaned from
> >http://pkg-fso.nomeata.de/sid/allpackages , so that we would get a
> >better view (on that page) on "where we are"? Probably at least
> >libphone* and phone*, but also libfso* and libframework*? fso-*
> >however seems to be newer than in official archives and partially
> >missing, so that would be left alone.
> The graph at http://wiki.debian.org/Teams/DebianFSO#FSO.2B-SHRstack
> has been updated to reflect above.
> I find it odd (and mentioned brifly in the past) that config files
> packages depend on code packages. I suspect it would be better to
> reverse that: have fso-config-* (and fso-sounds-*) depend on
> fso-frameworkd. And/or whatever other code also using the
Well if we switch to fso-deviced and fso-gsmd we can just include
one config file in fso-frameworkd, which disables these services by
Users may change theirs if they want to use the old configuration.
The new daemons don't need device specific config packages, since
they use the info from /proc/cpuinfo to find their config files :)
fso-config-* could be renamed to openmoko-config-* and contain the
non FSO specific config files for GTA01 and GTA02 (udev, ts
I already planned to do this once fso-deviced and fso-gsmd are in
> Similarly, it seems to me that phoneuid should depend on
> phoneui-apps rather than the other way around: I imagine the apps
> can in principle be executed on their own - and thus another daemon
> or interface can make use of them and they should only recommend
> their default invoker phoneuid.
You got it wrong. phoneuid shows the gui and phoneui-apps is the
invoker ;) Actually phoneui-apps are just 4 binaries, which send
a dbus signal to phoneuid.
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