Re: Gnome "opt-in" functionality.

On Fri, 2016-09-16 at 11:00 +0100, Sam Thursfield wrote:
If the indexing process is disabled then the Tracker database will
become out of date, of course. Any GNOME applications that use
to find content will show only old content, or no content at all. At
time of writing I think this would affect Documents, Music, Photos
Videos, but there may be more apps I'm forgetting.

To be clear: disabling tracker is totally unsupported, and the above
should give you an idea why. Just because you can do a thing, does not
mean it's a good idea. But if you don't use any of these apps, then
maybe you don't care. Your computer!

Same for evolution-data-server. Without that, the shell calendar does
not work, nor does GNOME Calendar. (Evolution the app should be easy to
uninstall; it's not a core part of GNOME.)


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