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Re: Feature for F9: Bluetooth



That's what I'm trying, I'm reading the packaging guidelines right now.
I'll hop on to #fedora-devel if I have any questions...
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On Thu, 2008-02-14 at 15:57 +0100, Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek wrote:
> Nicolas A. Corrarello pisze:
> > I found a beautiful proximity detector for bluetooth, that calls
> > gnome-screensaver -l when I'm near (and obviously unblocks when I'm
> > far). It haves a nice interface in python and it is called:
> > blueproximity. Given our bluetooth improvements feature for F9. Is
> > anyone packaging this?. I've been testing it and it is preety stable.
> > Maybe this question have been asked like a thousand times but where can
> > I find the packaging guidelines for Fedora, and how can we get this tool
> > included?.
> 
> Search bugzilla for blueproximity. If nothing found, check Koji and Bodhi.
> 
> Then if you're sure blueproximity is not in our repos, packages it 
> yourself. It's not so hard work.
> 


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