Le 09/02/2012 20:49, Andrew Starr-Bochicchio a écrit :
On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 5:43 PM, Andrew Starr-Bochicchio
On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 10:26 AM, Jorge O. Castro<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Tue, Jan 31, 2012 at 6:09 PM, Jeremy Bicha<email@example.com> wrote:
Yes, there are lots of ideas but until someone actually has a working
patch to make CCSM better, the complaints posted on this thread are
still valid. And one of the most important points as Didier posted is
that CCSM has had very little work done on it in along time despite
known problems. I hate to be off-putting but what CCSM needs is not
"power users on mailing lists, forums, twitter, etc." but developers.
More to Petko's point; we do have Compiz bugs and outreach as part of
the general Unity developer growth. In my experience however it's very
difficult to get new volunteers to be able to just dive into Compiz
because it's complicated.
I've noticed there are a couple old merge proposals against
lp:compiz-libcompizconfig that might be relevant to this conversion.
which aims to fix LP: #873772 and LP: #88190:
"It is possible for users to really mess up their systems by disabling
important plugins like move, resize, composite, opengl and unityshell.
As such, we should provide a way for distributions to be able to lock
down certain parts of the user's configuration, such as settings
values or the plugins one is allowed to have enabled or disabled"
I don't know if Unity/Compiz have a patch pilot scheme, but it would
be nice if someone with the a deeper knowledge of Compiz could help
push these to completion. This is outside of my skill set.
What is in my skill set is a bit of PyGTK. I've had these two merge
proposals up for almost a week now with no response. I have upload
rights for ccsm in Ubuntu, but I'd still appreciate a code review.
Add a first run dialog providing a user warning.
If in a Unity session, don't allow the user to disable Unity from main view.
Thanks a lot Andrew for your great contribution! After some small
guidances (and targetting the correct branch), bothof them are now
Any other code contribution to help on ccsm is more than appreciated
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