[sugar] packaging activities for ubuntu
Sun Sep 23 18:02:49 EDT 2007
Jani Monoses wrote:
> Simon McVittie wrote:
>> On Wed, 12 Sep 2007 at 13:48:29 +0200, Jani Monoses wrote:
>>> Already added both last night, I'll just have to figure out how to test them without an actual
>>> network. I focused on getting the emulator UI running, but I'll definitely look into ways of
>>> running the activities as if there was an actual mesh. Any pointers are most welcome, I hope nm,avahi
>>> and dbus as they are in gutsy won't need messing around with for this.
>> You need Avahi, and patched/branch versions of telepathy-gabble and
>> telepathy-salut (for which you should coordinate with the Debian and
>> Ubuntu Telepathy packagers, who're in #telepathy on Freenode).
>> Link-local networking with Salut will work if you have avahi-daemon and you're
>> on the same local LAN as the other guy, server-based networking with Gabble
>> will work if you can see the Internet.
> Thanks. Talked to Guillaume on IRC as well and now with the olpc-trial3
> branch of telepathy-salut packaged, two sugar-emulators running on the
> same machine can collaborate using the chat activity. The others
> (connect, memorize) while blinking in the toolbar when invited do not
> appear to share any data when running.
connect and memorize work now that telepathy-gabble's darcs snapshot is
In the other activities I did not see UI indications as to how they
would be worked on collaboratively.
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