Unified autostart scripts directory
John (J5) Palmieri
johnp at redhat.com
Tue Jul 5 23:44:47 EEST 2005
On Tue, 2005-07-05 at 20:35 +0000, seventh guardian wrote:
> >From: David Faure <dfaure at trolltech.com>
> >To: xdg at lists.freedesktop.org
> >Subject: Re: Unified autostart scripts directory
> >Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2005 20:21:21 +0200
> >On Tuesday 05 July 2005 13:40, cobaco (aka Bart Cornelis) wrote:
> > > From comments elsewhere in the thread we seam to have the following for
> > > different desktops:
> > > - KDE
> > > $KDEDIRS/Autostart
> > > $KDEDIRS/env
> >Not really. We have ~/.kde/Autostart/ (by default, but it's configurable)
> >for the *user* autostart folder (i.e. it's empty by default but users can
> >.desktop links, or shellscripts in there).
> >And $KDEDIRS/share/autostart/ (which means a number of directories) for the
> >system autostart, with the features Waldo described. But starting
> >apps in other environment doesn't make much sense ;)
> Humm.. yes, I guess you're right on that.. We should focus only on the user
> interaction stuff, like starting an im messenger on startup,
> or opening a
> filemanager when a usbdisk is mounted,
No - already solved
> or even what action to do when a key
> is pressed.
Another spec all together. I'm not convinced this is at all important.
> Things like the "inner guts" of the DM should concern only the DM, and not
> even being spec'd at all.
Eventually we may want a common interface for starting/stopping and
specifying services but for now DM's should just do what they do so we
can have more of a basis to define this in the future.
> So maybe we should forget (at least for now) about the underlinigng dm's
> services&stuff framework, and concentrate only in the "user side" of the
Thats where I would like to see the focus end up. There are things
there that we need to hash out but for the most part is easy for
everyone to agree on.
John (J5) Palmieri <johnp at redhat.com>
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