Fwd: User bus conclusion

Chani chanika at gmail.com
Wed Nov 10 11:13:46 GMT 2010

> > 
> > Actually, with the Akonadi based kmail, it no longer needs to be a
> > singleton and in fact isn't anymore, afaik. There is a per user Akonadi
> > server, and you can connect to it from as many clients, graphical or
> > otherwise, as you wish.
> In theory.
> When you have a second D-Bus sessiom bus, running an Akonadi application
> will attempt to start Akonadi for that bus, which will fail because the
> database is already being used the Akonadi on the first session bus.
> A user bus would allow Akonadi to be shared between user sessions.

I don't know much about dbus, but... wouldn't the application have to know 
which bus to look on, then? would that be troublesome?

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