[Sugar-devel] [Testing] os240py - collaboration over wireless
bernie at codewiz.org
Sun May 30 13:00:40 EDT 2010
Perhaps Tomeu can provide some insight into this issue?
El Sat, 29-05-2010 a las 13:34 -0700, Thomas C Gilliard escribió:
> This appears similar to my results here with an XO-1 /VM and Soas Mirabelle:
> from: sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org
> > I just connected wirelessly
> > 1- ) Mirabelle USB
> > Started Chat as shared in Mirabelle
> > 2- )Blueberry.vmx
> > Joined
> > 3- ) XO-1 os230py (Sugar 0.88.0)
> > Joined
> > XO-1 saw all connections colors and text
> > Blueberry saw 1/2 of connections with color balance were ???? plus text
> > Mirabelle saw only its own broadcasts in color all others were ?????plus
> > text
> > Is Mirabelle configured to require the Gadget Service?
> > Tom Gilliard
> > satellit
> > Telepathy log:
> > 1275085638.929632 WARNING s-p-s.presenceservice: Error fetching buddy
> > properties for handle 99 keyid/db81d25ebff2f9e8c47c792b86c9584af31c601e:
> > org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NetworkError: Server does not provide
> > Gadget Buddy service
> There was no collaboration available using the "adhoc" network connection,
> or the link-local (no jabber listed on CP Network screen)
> I could see the avitar of originating user and his application icon on
> the second computer and join but was not able to get a working cursor on
> either chat or write.
> There must be a bug in collaboration when not using the Jabber presence
> Tom Gilliard
> Mikus Grinbergs wrote:
> > Simple test of collaboration using two Sugar-0.88_on_F11 XO-1 systems:
> > I don't know why os240py has three 'Mesh' icons in Neighborhood View.
> > The systems connected automatically on Mesh channel 1 -- they showed
> > each other in Neighborhood View, and I could 'ping' between them.
> > BUT, Activities seemed unable to use this 'Mesh' connection. [For
> > instance, Chat-66 came up as "off-line" - and I appeared to have NO WAY
> > to change that status.] I was able to make the two systems "Friends" of
> > each other; I was able to extend invitations via Friends View between
> > systems -- but although the invitee could launch the indicated Activity,
> > there was no collaboration - the respective Activities were not in
> > communication with each other - very frustrating. [When "Neighborhood"
> > sharing was activated for an Activity, the "Join this" icon did NOT
> > appear in the Neighborhood View of the other system.]
> > I then, on one system, clicked on 'Create new wireless network' in the
> > palette on the gray circle in Frame bottom -- that assigned the same IP
> > address (on the new network) as was being shown on the 'Mesh' icon in
> > Frame -- and set up a NEW network icon in the Neighborhood Views of both
> > systems. On the other system I clicked on this new icon in Neighborhood
> > View - that assigned the same IP address (on the new network) as was
> > being shown (on that other system) on the 'Mesh' icon in Frame.
> > Now, Activities were able to make use of this "new" network connection.
> > I tested Chat-66 and Write-67. Collaboration worked as I expected.
> > Given that system-to-system collaboration works on the "new" wireless
> > network, and appears NOT to work on the 'Mesh' network -- why provide an
> > obsolete interface that serves primarily to cause frustration in users ?
> > mikus
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