Notification spec issue: Ability to assign an icon *and* an image to a notification
ogoffart at kde.org
Thu Jun 25 02:42:33 PDT 2009
Le Wednesday 24 June 2009, Aurélien Gâteau a écrit :
> Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> > the correctness issue:
> > these are not notifications, they are a subset of notifications. what do
> > we call a spec that actually does notifications? FullNotifications? there
> > is no point in collaborating if there is no collaboration, and in this
> > case it's pretty evident that the service is incorrectly named which will
> > lead to a pretty jangled system later on.
> In fact I just realized the name can be considered correct. After all,
> this spec defines a notification as composed of an icon, an image, a
> title, a summary and a sound. Sure the icon and the image are only
> visual, but nothing prevents someone from implementing a text-to-speech
> server which would play the summary, title and sound.
You fall in the same trap.
The visual notifications is not suposed to do that. KNotify does.
That's why it is very important not to use org.fd.Norifications. So developer
does get confused.
> So, in order to punish people who incorrectly used the org.freedesktop
> namespace, you want to impose a rewrite to everyone involved? I am
> pretty sure the author of the Xfce implementation for example has
> nothing to do with the incorrect use of the namespace. And what about
> users or third-party developers who wrote scripts or code which show
> notifications using dbus-send? why punish them as well?
It is not a big deal. Modifications need to be done anyways, and changing the
name is one line of code of change.
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