On Sun, Mar 10, 2013 at 7:16 PM, Kevin Kofler <kevin.kofler(a)chello.at> wrote:
Adam Williamson wrote:
> No, there are commits right up to late Feb in launchpad. But then I
> don't immediately see that you'd want it for MATE purposes (or really
> any other Fedora purposes); it's a Unity thing. I packaged and used to
> own it for my aborted plan to try and package Unity, and it's orphaned
> because I don't want it any more. I don't think it has any dependencies
> in Fedora, and I think it's pretty useless if you're not running Unity.
libindicator is a dependency of libappindicator, which is very much useful
if you want a GTK+ app to integrate properly in KDE Plasma by supporting the
current system tray spec rather than the obsolete XEmbed-based one GTK+
itself implements. Sadly, the affected GTK+ apps in Fedora aren't using this
because their Fedora maintainers are also upstream GNOME maintainers who
hate the library.
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MATE team switched mate-notification-daemon to use libnotify instead
of libmatenotify. Don't know if that helps, but I am also now the
owner of libnotify. Looking at updating to libnotify 0.80 as well.
It was a simple switch and it seems to work (still testing).
mate-notification-daemon-1.5.2 supports libnotify >= 0.70