Fedora Notifications System.

Mahmoud Abdul Jawad abduljawad.mahmoud at gmail.com
Tue Aug 24 18:01:45 UTC 2010

On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 10:15 AM, Dj YB <yehielb at mail.ru> wrote:

> Totally agree,
> [Quote]
> The Reason
> A large number of Fedora users don't read the Fedora wiki & websites, thus,
> they miss important news, tips & notifications.
> [/Quote]
> Perhaps the solution should be encouragement or even a guided sign up to a
> mailing list during first log-in.
> [Quote]
> A simple application that reads a multilanguage web feed & post a new
> notification to the system using a D-Bus notifications system.
> [/Quote]
> now I am not an expert about D-Bus notifications system, but as far as I
> know
> this notifications last for short duration, and there is no way to read the
> history (sort of speak)
> so E-Mail sounds much better.
> or perhaps a desktop widget that you can remove if you don't like...
> I hope those are constructive comments, I have no other intentions.
> Keep up the good work and effort.
> Thanks,
> YB.
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great point i should take into consideration.
i guess i need to create a minimal GUI to let the users read the history.
in addition, i would like to let the user choosing when to get the
notifications, so, he can notice them.

Mahmoud Abdul Jawad
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