[pkg-fso-maint] fso-frameworkd in main
luca at pca.it
Mon Oct 6 22:26:50 UTC 2008
On Mon, 06 Oct 2008 00:44:30 +0200, Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote:
> Luca Capello <luca at pca.it> writes:
>> 1) we still ship a modified framework/subsystems/ogsmd/gsm/channel.py
>> , but the upstream bug has been closed  and since then no one
>> complained upstream.
>> I imported it anyway , but since I haven't set a PIN to access my
>> SIM card and I don't have any other mobile phone with me, can someone
>> confirm that SIM unlocking through PIN works with the upstream file
>>  on Debian  (i.e. without the Debian patch , please?
> I modified
IIRC you should instead modify the files in
But Joachim told me on IRC that upstream FSO and Debian use different
encodings as default, thus the need for this patch.
>> 2) is the logging patch for frameworkd/subsystems/ogsmd/gsm/const.py 
>> still useful? It doesn't do any harm and I imported it , but
>> upstream should be noticed.
> If you revert it back to an assert then many people won't be able to
> access their contacts anymore?
In this case we need to bring this upstream, since they still use the
assert and I don't think this issue is Debian-specific.
>> The last issue preventing fso-frameworkd to be uploaded to main is the
>> ringtone one : this *is* a show-stopper :-(
> I spent two hours looking for a nice DFSG-free ringtone that would not
> irritate people much but did not find anything I'd personally
> like. Maybe my standards were just too high :-)
Let's continue the discussion on the bug report  ;-)
Gismo / Luca
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