gconf schema default for ubuntu wallpaper
On jeu, 2007-12-20 at 03:08 -0400, Cody A.W. Somerville wrote:
> Currently the gconf schema default for the ubuntu wallpaper is set to
> warty-ubuntu-final.png. Although we'd like to update this to have a
> release agnostic name, unfortunately updating the default gconf schema
> does not update existing installation and we can't leave upgrading
> users without a desktop wallpaper. Although the name of the file is
> less than important, you may have noticed it ends in ".png" - locking
> us into png only images for wallpapers which may carry more weight.
> So, even if we do update the scheme (and symlink
> warty-ubuntu-final.png in the package), it will still lock us into a
> certain image type.
> Ideas? Do we decide on an image type and use symlinks? Do we do nothing? etc?
The usual way would be to update the schemas so new configurations use
the new naming and to keep a compatibility image or symlink
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