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   - A dialog to ask for user consent and store their reply, and negotiates a unique, random ID following a specific pattern for the user (for spam protection)   - A dialog to ask for user consent and store their reply, and negotiates a unique, random ID following a specific pattern for the user (for spam protection)
   - A client application that, when launched, looks up the Xfconf settings of the user (and a few things like locale,​timezone) bundles all the data in a convenient format e.g. YAML, and sends it the server over an encrypted connection   - A client application that, when launched, looks up the Xfconf settings of the user (and a few things like locale,​timezone) bundles all the data in a convenient format e.g. YAML, and sends it the server over an encrypted connection
-  - A patch for Xfce4'​s settings daemon to spaw tadtacdig45~n ​the dialog at a sensible time and to launch the client every month+  - A patch for Xfce4'​s settings daemon to spawn the dialog at a sensible time and to launch the client every month
   - A server application that waits for new clients to negotiate IDs with, and that waits for existing clients to send their settings file every month; that stores these files and provides an authenticated interface for Xfce developers to access them   - A server application that waits for new clients to negotiate IDs with, and that waits for existing clients to send their settings file every month; that stores these files and provides an authenticated interface for Xfce developers to access them
   - Optional: build hooks in the Whisker menu, Thunar and Appfinder to help us identify how people start new applications,​ and which applications they use the most.   - Optional: build hooks in the Whisker menu, Thunar and Appfinder to help us identify how people start new applications,​ and which applications they use the most.