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Old 01-12-2010, 02:44 PM
Andrea Veri
Default Bluez package situation


some days ago bluez's package (the official Linux bluetooth protocol
stack) got orphaned and actually no one at pkg-bluetooth had the time
/ interest to adopt it.

It would be great if someone could pop up to maintain it properly
since the usage of any bluetooth's interface depends directly on this
package. (and many other packages like g-bluetooth depends on its
functionality, like the need for an rfkilld (or even a bluetoothd that
can integrate an rfkill switch) to handle the rfkill access for
enabling / disabling bluetooth's dongles)

It's definitely not an easy task

The O Bug can be found at [1].

Thanks in advance,

[1] http://bugs.debian.org/564569


: :' : Andrea Veri <and@debian.org>,
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