[Akonadi] [Bug 323623] DAV-ressource should detect network status instead of spreading error notifications if there is no network

Erik Quaeghebeur kdebugs at equaeghe.nospammail.net
Wed Aug 13 15:58:00 BST 2014


Erik Quaeghebeur <kdebugs at equaeghe.nospammail.net> changed:

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--- Comment #3 from Erik Quaeghebeur <kdebugs at equaeghe.nospammail.net> ---
(In reply to m.wege from comment #2)
> I mainly had this when I am using my 3G connection. But also when the system
> starts up and the connection is still build. I also had this problem on
> wireless networks which require a login
> The main annoying part is the fact that there is not one but several error
> messages and also that that it makes a sound. Which of course I could turn
> of, but I would consider this a general problem. If there is a problem the
> error message should be less intruding, because in most of the cases it wont
> matter since the network will be restored.
> So my suggestion would be only to notify the user if the problem exists for
> a longer time (x min). X may be 10 min. And then only one notification for
> all resources. May be after another x min another and so on.

I can second this request: whenever my upstream link to the internet breaks
(temporarily) or whenever I am on a network where no full connection to the
internet exists, a superfluous number of notification messages appears.

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