[debian/fso] openmoko-panel-plugin should be more patient?

Michael 'Mickey' Lauer mickey at vanille-media.de
Sat Jul 18 13:40:29 CEST 2009

On Saturday 18 July 2009 00:19:32 arne anka wrote:
> hi,
> just upgraded to fso 5.5 and opp seemed to work as usual.
> in a second step i installed fsousaged and disabled ousaged.
> after that opp wasn't able to start up properly at boot (confusing lxpanel
> heavily).
> killing opp and starting it manually after i registered to my provider
> went through w/o hassle.
> seeing that fsousaged comes up considerably later than frameworkd, i
> guess, opp is too fast -- it should probably have more patience and at
> least start with all icons in a disabled state, enabling them when
> fsousaged becomes available.

I agree. When moving applications to using interprocesscommunication (such as 
DBus), applications need to cope with all kinds of startup and shutdown 
orders, as well as servers that are restarted during the lifetime.

This will make apps more solid and reliable.



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