kwalletmanager ui refactor
kde at rusu.info
Wed Feb 6 22:14:59 GMT 2013
On Wednesday 06 February 2013 14:28:17 Aurélien Gâteau wrote:
> On 05.02.2013 21:34, Valentin Rusu wrote:
> >> I assumed the "Disconnect" button listed applications authorized to
> >> access
> >> the wallet. The "Authorized applications" tab was thus another way
> >> to show
> >> its content. But it seems I got it wrong. What does the "Disconnect"
> >> button
> >> really list?
> > kwalletd keeps track of the applications that open wallets. It's dbus
> > interface provide a command to selectively disconnect an application
> > from it.
> > kwalletmanager obtains the list of the applications connected to the
> > current
> > wallet and build from it the popup menu under the "disconnect"
> > button.
> Thanks, I understand it better now. Assuming it was also possible to
> a list of the authorized applications, I created a new revision of the
> mockups which show the list of currently connected applications as well
> as the list of authorized applications:
> I think it is good to create a separate tab for those because this way
> the application can provide an explanation of the list(s). Being not
> intimate with the way KWalletManager works, I didn't understand what
> "Disconnect" button would do. This may happen to others as well :)
Nice proposal. I'll stick with your sketch as it'll provide also for the
future, when we'll switch to ksecretsservice. Thanks.
> It's worth asking however if users really need a list of the
> applications currently accessing the wallet. I have the feeling users
> are more concerned about which applications are allowed to read their
> wallet than which applications are currently doing so, but maybe I am
> missing a situation in which one would want to disconnect applications?
Well, it's also about providing application information for hackers. Why hide
information if it's freely available? :-)
Valentin Rusu (vrusu)
KSecretsService (aka KSecretService, KWallet replacement)
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