Re: contribution to GTG project and GOPW
- From: Bertrand Rousseau <bertrand rousseau gmail com>
- To: Radina Matic <radina matic gmail com>
- Cc: women-outreach <women-outreach gnome org>, Marina Zhurakhinskaya <marinaz redhat com>, Izidor Matušov <izidor matusov gmail com>, gnome-doc-list <gnome-doc-list gnome org>, gtg-contributors lists launchpad net, Lionel Dricot <ploum ploum net>
- Subject: Re: contribution to GTG project and GOPW
- Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2012 09:37:20 +0200
2012/3/29 Radina Matic <radina matic gmail com>:
> On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 09:09, Izidor Matušov <izidor matusov gmail com>
>>>> Now that I think of it, do you believe that we should include a general
>>>> chapter about backup process? I didn't think of it before, does GTG have
>>>> backup option? How is the user supposed to approach it?
>>> No, we don't have an explcit backup option (hmm, interesting. Plugin,
>>> anyone?). The data is stored in .local/share/gtg or
>>> $XDG_DATA_HOME/share/gtg if it is set.
>>> The user data is replicated in this folder so that if GTG crashes,
>>> there are backuped copies available. To backup/archive GTG data, the
>>> use should backup this folder, and .config/gtg or $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/gtg
>> Actually, we have our backup solution :-) Every day when you launch GTG,
>> it makes a backup copy of your tasks.xml file. If your tasks are stored in
>> ~/.local/share/gtg/gtg_tasks.xml, GTG backups those tasks today as
>> It could be more explicitly put in ~/.local/share/gtg/backups/ or
>> something like that. However, it is still on the same disk and if you /home
>> goes down, you loose all your tasks.
> Now I remember reading somewhere on Launchpad or on mailing list that there
> was a XML file that could be "backup-ed"... I guess that writing the plugin
> that saves that XML somewhere outside the /home (and possibly on another
> disk) is easier, right?
I don't know about easier, but it certainly can't be hard. The
advantage is mostly to provide a nice user interface for backups.
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