Re: Status of Gnopernicus in Sid?
Colin Walters <email@example.com> writes:
> On Wed, 2003-05-21 at 09:30, Mario Lang wrote:
>> This is not really a bug, but a feature :-). Blinkies usually
>> work with speech at that rate. Everything below is a pain to work with.
>> I agree though that this should be somehow configurable in Gnopernicus, didn't
>> find such a setting yet.
> Interesting. What are blinkies? I tried a google search but it was
> rather uninformative :)
Sorry, I was refering to "blind users" :-)
>> What I observed today is that when I tried to launch nautilus,
>> it complained that the libgail-gnome module was not installed.
>> After checking, I saw that it was really not installed.
>> Well, unfortunately, I realized that I still had your hacked libatk1.0-1
>> packages, and did a cleanup. After that, strangely, nautilus
>> no longer complains about a missing libgail-gnome module.
>> I'm wondering now, should gnopernicus depend on libgail-gnome-module,
>> or is this just an ancient left-over?
> I think it should, actually.
>> I'm using gnopernicus 0.3.2 now (which is available
>> from ftp://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/sources/gnopernicus/0.3/
>> as tarball. I'm not sure if 0.3.2 is that good, or
>> if only the setting of the accessibility gconf key was the reason,
> Ah, I didn't know about the gconf key! Yes, that sure made more things
Yes, which brings up another question which I'm unsure about: How to
handle this configuration setting? It seems like it is a global
setting? Or does this need to be turned on per user? In any case,
I don't think we can set this in gnopernicus postinst?
>> but if you find time, maybe you could do a new upload of 0.3.2?
>> OTOH, if you want to get rid of gnopernicus, I *think* I *might*
>> be able to aadopt it now. At least the build of 0.3.2 with your debian/
>> dir went fine without any problems :)
> Sure, if you'd like to take it over, I have no problem with that. Let
> me know if you have any problems with the package; it is using my newly
> developed build system (CDBS), but hopefully you'll like it :)
debian/rocks, doesn't it :-). OK, I guess I'll take it then, thanks a bundle
for all the work you invested so far.
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