Looks beautiful, Simon. Thanks so much for taking my suggestion, and making it a reality! Very psyched to see how this can improve our workflow.
Thu, Oct 18
Seems like the problem is EFI/encryption so let's focus on testing all the variations of that.
Wed, Oct 17
Mon, Oct 8
FYI this is now on the images and it did work correctly.. but I don't have a weird system to test it on. However, since it's a wildcard, if it works for anything, it should work for everything.
Sun, Oct 7
Sat, Oct 6
D30 should fix this.
Thu, Oct 4
OK, so if Blueman works fine, let's close this.
and btw - blueman just works fine
I think there's an echo in here. That's what I said. Hopefully now that
it's been said more than once @tsimonq2 listens :)
Re: BlueMoon - three bug from active contributors 2x2016, 1x2017, 64 commits at all, last in 2016. I would call it dead horse.
Here's what isn't clear to me:
Alright. So this is puntable to Lubuntu+2?
We've done the little things at this point. The big change is needing something to replicate the behavior of the bluedevil Plasmoid, but that will most likely require creating something from scratch.
How's this coming along, y'all?
Tue, Oct 2
Meh, same thing, different name.
As for focusing on 18.10, I agree. Let's do it.
Nope, that's all included. Read the description. Do note that Xubuntu does not have the minimal, because they, too, have a core. I think we should just forego it (i.e. just get rid of the remove file) in 18.04 and just stick with the way things always have been. Then we can focus on actually getting something working in 18.10.
Yes it is, you're ultimately misunderstanding what the bug is.
It's not broken. We don't have it. See this bug.
Anyone willing to look into it?
I would rather not pull in another major version of Python here.
In case it wasn't clear, I think unless we want to consider ourselves effectively the sole maintainers and developers of the project, I would punt it altogether.
I'll punt this to Lubuntu+2 I think.
Sun, Sep 30
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.