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Old 10-19-2011, 07:47 AM
Milan Bouchet-Valat
 
Default Google Cloud Print Integration

Le mercredi 19 octobre 2011 à 00:12 +0200, Till Kamppeter a écrit :
> What we would need is something like a capplet in GNOME Control Center
> to (de)activate and configure Google Cloud Print. This GUI needs to be
> designed and it also needs to be decided which user daemon will be used
> to enable Cloud Print, the one of Chromium or the "cloudprint" package.
Sounds like a case to add to the new GNOME Online Accounts panel. If you
have a Google account, you enter your address, and then choose whether
you want to enable mail, docs, etc., or cloud print. You'd just need to
add another GtkSwitch. No need to add a new applet that would clutter
the control center for most users that don't use that feature.

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Old 10-19-2011, 08:21 AM
Till Kamppeter
 
Default Google Cloud Print Integration

On 10/19/2011 09:47 AM, Milan Bouchet-Valat wrote:

Sounds like a case to add to the new GNOME Online Accounts panel. If you
have a Google account, you enter your address, and then choose whether
you want to enable mail, docs, etc., or cloud print. You'd just need to
add another GtkSwitch. No need to add a new applet that would clutter
the control center for most users that don't use that feature.


OK, good idea. This also avoids that users have to log into their Google
account at several different places. To decide which printers get
available in the cloud one could perhaps use the state whether a printer
is shared or not, and this state can already be changed in
system-config-printer.


Till

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Old 10-19-2011, 02:06 PM
Rodrigo Moya
 
Default Google Cloud Print Integration

On mié, 2011-10-19 at 09:47 +0200, Milan Bouchet-Valat wrote:
> Le mercredi 19 octobre 2011 à 00:12 +0200, Till Kamppeter a écrit :
> > What we would need is something like a capplet in GNOME Control Center
> > to (de)activate and configure Google Cloud Print. This GUI needs to be
> > designed and it also needs to be decided which user daemon will be used
> > to enable Cloud Print, the one of Chromium or the "cloudprint" package.
> Sounds like a case to add to the new GNOME Online Accounts panel. If you
> have a Google account, you enter your address, and then choose whether
> you want to enable mail, docs, etc., or cloud print. You'd just need to
> add another GtkSwitch. No need to add a new applet that would clutter
> the control center for most users that don't use that feature.
>
yes, that's a great idea. I guess then we'd need to have something
register the printer in the config? Maybe the online accounts panel
could just setup the printer, but we'd also need support in the print
architecture to allow printing to this service, right?


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