Re: 3.6 Feature: Lock Screen

On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 06:38:09PM -0400, Marina Zhurakhinskaya wrote:
> Technically, the code for fading out the screen and displaying the lock
> screen when the user becomes active again will be added to GNOME Shell, and the
> gnome-screensaver will no longer be used. The lock screen will be displayed
> within the same user session to enable the display of notifications. The lock
> screen will communicate with GDM via DBus to get authentication results.

  From what-others-are-doing-camp: Ubuntu plans to have a composition manager running
from boot to shutdown:
  One of the bullet points is:
- We can use the greeter as the lock screen

Tomasz Torcz       ,,(...) today's high-end is tomorrow's embedded processor.''
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