Getting gnome-control-center "Printers" panel to a state where we could use it
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you summarized some things that system-config-printer allows, but that
the Printers panel in System Settings does not: "selecting best drivers,
identifying network printers, HPLIP integration and so on".
As a workaround for this, for 11.10 we have patched gnome-control-center
to launch system-config-printer instead of showing its own panel.
But then what about 12.04, or 12.10? How will we get to a state where
the Printers panel in System Settings *does* do all the things we want?
In <https://bugzilla.gnome.org/buglist.cgi?component=Printers> I see
that you have not reported any bugs about the Printers panel. Would you
be able to take a few minutes to report bugs about the missing features,
so that both we and upstream can track what's missing?
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