Unbreak Now! (2)
Needs Triage (8)
Thu, Sep 20
Something further will be needed unless you can at the very least remove devices and change the profile of the devices using the systray app. The wizard only allows for pairing devices ( a great first step) and the sendfile only allows for sending files to connected devices.
@kc2bez Can you confirm that the wizard and sendfile tools are enough of a management interface to handle most needs? If so, I think we're down to figuring out the system tray icon but I feel we'll be forced to bump that to Lubuntu+2 at this point.
Wed, Sep 19
To add some context to what @SBanya was saying apparently @tsimonq2 had a chat with some of the Calamares folks on IRC and their netinstall module isn't sufficient for our needs because it only offers checkboxes rather than radio buttons, so we're trying to essentially create our own module that would offer this feature. This way people could do something like:
Current research so far:
That is where asking (both Ubuntu and Kubuntu) will help understand how to get that started, or if they are willing to have a Lubuntu Council.
The real question is this: was the Council originally created from the
members who were most involved/wanted to be on the Council, or was it
always elected right from the get go? My guess is probably the latter,
but then we need to define the acceptable voters, too, which is some
subset of Ubuntu Members. But I don't know how to get that. Going in
Maybe ask the Kubuntu team how they have it structured as well.
I'm not sure I've ever had experience with starting a council and I
suspect the Community Council (the current one) doesn't either. What I
would suggest is asking for any feedback they have about it first,
I assume given this is already in the archvie, I should just commit a
Ah, got it. Proceed then.
Both Dan and I couldn't find the Bluetooth manager in LXQt from any menu or settings section.
KDE apparently set it to never show. They assume no one wants to see it. Which makes sense because they have a Plasmoid. But we DO want to want to see it in our menus… until we can figure out a system tray item of our own.
I think we should also set up a formal Lubuntu Council to govern the project, which is voted on by members.
@wxl Go ahead with reverting once D14 is merged.
Replace NoDisplay=true with OnlyShowIn=LXQt in /usr/share/applications/org.kde.bluedevilwizard.desktop.
@tsimonq2 This needs to be reverted. It should have no ill effect, but it could. There's a better way to do this, I think, which is to actually set up NoDisplay=true in the .desktop file. It should be true that anyone with nm-tray would want that.
Tue, Sep 18
pulseaudio-module-bluetooth requires a restart of pulseaudio after installing. After a computer restart I am now able to connect all 3 of my devices. Currently I have no way to change my headset to a A2DP device, still investigating that.
Bluetooth devices have mixed results. I was able to successfully pair a an apple bluetooth keyboard and a logitech travel mouse.
I was unsuccessful when trying to pair an audio headset (mpow branded). I did install the puleaudio-module-bluetooth package.
pastebin link here
Mon, Sep 17
According to this if we
have stripColors: true (we do), these should get snipped. Unless, I'm
misunderstanding and this is the wrong direction (i.e. this strips
Telegram colors from being shown on IRC). Make a new bug?
Definitely doable for GCI.
There, I also removed the items we've crossed off for cleanliness.
So, that part is done. Now, I'm updating the list for "beta must-haves" and "release must-haves."