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releng:4.10:roadmap:xfce4-session [2012/03/06 13:48]
nick [Use Xfpm for power actions]
releng:4.10:roadmap:xfce4-session [2012/03/25 09:37]
nick [Use Xfpm for power actions]
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 See also the [[releng:​4.10:​roadmap:​accessibility|accessibility roadmap]] page. See also the [[releng:​4.10:​roadmap:​accessibility|accessibility roadmap]] page.
-===== Use Xfpm for power actions ===== +===== [FINISHED] ​Use Xfpm for power actions ===== 
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 The shutdown code mess currently in xfce4-session is more or less copied from [[releng:​4.10:​roadmap:​xfce4-power-manager|Xfce4-power-manager]]. We've therefore decided to include Xfce4-power-manager in the core of Xfce so it can provide a DBus service Xfce4-session can use to perform power actions using upower and consolekit. The shutdown code mess currently in xfce4-session is more or less copied from [[releng:​4.10:​roadmap:​xfce4-power-manager|Xfce4-power-manager]]. We've therefore decided to include Xfce4-power-manager in the core of Xfce so it can provide a DBus service Xfce4-session can use to perform power actions using upower and consolekit.
  
-When the user it either not authorized or the service is not available (platforms that do not support upower and consolekit, like openBSD) Xfce4-session will fall-back to sudo.+When the user it either not authorized or the service is not available (platforms that do not support upower and consolekit, like openBSD) Xfce4-session will fall-back to sudo.</​del>​ 
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 +Code was cleaned up and all nice stuff it included, but xfce4-session still has it's own upower handling internally.
  
-Completed: ​90% \\+Completed: ​100% \\
 Assignee: Nick\\ Assignee: Nick\\
 Difficulty: Moderate\\ Difficulty: Moderate\\