DCOP D-BUS HAL and new cd's

Gary L. Greene, Jr. greeneg at arklinux.org
Thu Sep 16 21:46:07 BST 2004

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On Thursday 16 September 2004 04:12 pm, Jérôme Lodewyck wrote:
> Le jeudi 16 Septembre 2004 18:05, Kévin Ottens a écrit :
> > I agree here, maybe it's time for have a mailing list for this kind of
> > topics. We have to handle the hardware correctly and some aspects of this
> > work is in the hands of KDE developers.
> >
> > I vote for the creation of a "KDE Hardware Task Force" (I've no better
> > name currently). And in my opinion it would be a big plus to have people
> > using and working on non-Linux systems to avoid the "not portable trap".
> > Not forgeting other Unices is very important for the KDE project.
> I second the creation of a mailing list dedicated to hardware. This would
> be an ideal place to discuss about all this. Hardware handling in KDE needs
> some stable and documented architecturing, with possibilities for external
> tools connections (such as HAL).
> Jérôme Lodewyck

Or the Portable System Interface library (libPSI for lack of a better name) 
being developed by Marc Duerner for Ark Linux. Hopefully we make it useful 
for not just Ark Linux, but other distros and various other *NIXs. So, yes, 
I'm in favour of a new KDE Hardware list.

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