Re: Announcement: Common Power-Management Framework
Kevin Locke <email@example.com> wrote:
> However, I realize that the
> GNOME Power Manager, and likely a KDE equivalent, already handles
> several of the tasks normally associated with power-management, so
> perhaps there is no need for another program to be handling events.
> What are your (or anyone else's) thoughts about the value of a daemon to
> invoke scripts based on the power-related HAL events? Is this
> unnecessary given the function of the GNOME Power Manager and
> equivalents, or would it have enough value to be worth implementing?
Anything that saves me from installing more of KDE and Gnome than a
couple of libraries is worth implementing. I don't want to be forced to
use some "Configuration Tool" for this, much less if I need to install
some "menu bar" on my "Desktop" (I always delete directories with that
name) to be able to access it properly.
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