Re: GNOME and non-linux platforms (release team please stand up)


Am Mittwoch, den 22.07.2009, 12:50 +0100 schrieb Christian Fredrik
Kalager Schaller:
> A topic that was discussed in the hallways in Gran Canaria is the fact
> that GNOME has gone from not letting non-linux platforms hold back
> development of features (ie. introduction of HAL) to making choices that
> basically means we are abandoning any attempts of allowing GNOME to run
> on non-linux platforms.
> The switch from HAL to udev is maybe the clearest one

"The (D-Bus) interface of the subsystem daemons, that is
DeviceKit-disks, DeviceKit-power, is not in any way Linux specific. We
will take patches for other operating systems."[1]

So have GNOME distributors of non-linux platforms tried to provide
patches, or is this approach seen as a problem (if so, why)?

Just asking,

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