[sugar] Xnee as a tutorial/demonstration tool

Joshua N Pritikin jpritikin
Tue Jun 26 09:04:17 EDT 2007

On Tue, Jun 26, 2007 at 08:18:16AM -0400, Noah Kantrowitz wrote:
> Faking X events will be controlled via a bitfrost permission. In
> general, if your app doesn't require this functionality it would be
> preferable from a security standpoint if you could find a different way
> to do this, but it is up to you. The one thing to be aware of is that
> permission is considered one of the "high security" ones, and is not
> requestable by unsigned apps. This means that if someone makes a
> modified version of TamTam and distributes it, such a feature will not
> work without the user explicitly granting the new activity the needed
> permission.

That doesn't seem like a big problem. Why should an unmodified demo work 
on a modified TamTam?

Surely you can think of a better objection to using fake X events?

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