Matthew Miller píše v Čt 15. 12. 2016 v 09:28 -0500:
Especially now that Fedora is using Kerberos for authentication,
really love to see Fedora Account System in GOA. Is anyone interested
in working on this?
I think we should start from clients/users of the credentials. Do we
have anything in the desktop that can already use FAS credentials in
GOA? What would be the ideal state, what would we like to add?
I think right now it can only be used for network services as kerberos
enterprise login, e.g. in Firefox. I'm not sure if we need an extra
account type for it, people can just log in using the enterprise login.
I'd love to see FAS more integrated into the Fedora desktop, but first
we need something that will use it.
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> Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2016 13:02:17 +0100
> From: Zoltan Hoppar <hopparz(a)gmail.com>
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> ryanlerch(a)fedoraproject.org, Máirín Duffy <duffy@fedoraproject.
> Subject: Fedora services integration on Gnome shell?
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> As we are advancing toward to Fedora Hubs, and more great services
> appearing in Fedora infra, I really wonder why don't we have more
> accessible services in Gnome Online Accounts, and how can I add
> more Fedora
> infra access points, and fetch data to my gnome shell, and/or use
> When I think to my FAS registration, and subscriptions - would be
> to manage my fedora feed subscriptions from my gnome control
> through gnome online accounts.
> Same would be awesome to Fedora hosted git projects (pagure),
> dates, meetings, and events to be populated on my Gnome shell
> desktop -
> similarly as adding a google account in online accounts - gives to
> access to calendar, photos, documents, files. If I would be able to
> use an
> SSO service for Fedora infra services, and get messages, and data
> desktop - that would be more effective to turn people to
> developers, as we
> message it always to our users.
> I know that many coders are doesn't care about desktop integration,
> having this option IMHO would be beneficial to everyone in the
> community. I
> also noticed, that many people doesn't want deeply integrated
> (because everything is in browser)... But what are you think? How
> do you
> see this? Every user can be potential developer, but do we only
> target the
> web with HUBs?
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