Roderick B. Greening
roderick.greening at gmail.com
Fri Aug 20 21:07:08 BST 2010
+1 here as well. Upstream says to use it, then that's fine by me.
> +1 form me.
> I use bluedevil on a daily basis with my Motorola Milestone. It is working
> and I have not encountered any problems yet.
> On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 11:40 AM, Jonathan Riddell
<jriddell at ubuntu.com>wrote:
> > We need to decide if we are shipping bluedevil or kbluetooth. I've
> > tried bluedevil and it seems to successfully send files, browse
> > devices and configure some bits. I got one crash and some of the
> > strings are unprofessional but I think that's part of the work in
> > progress which should be stabalised in the final release next month.
> > My preference is for bluedevil, upstream agrees from chatting at
> > Akademy.
> > Does anyone with more experience of bluetooth than I have an opinion?
> > (Must say I'm mystified why bluetooth UI developers continue to use
> > the systray as the primary user interface, files should be handled
> > through the file manager and config through system settings.)
> > Jonathan
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Roderick B. Greening, B.Sc.
Paradise, NL Canada
E-mail/MSN: roderick.greening at gmail.com
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