I think this should be done with the blacklist feature i discussed in the
other bug

2009/11/25 Siegfried Gevatter <rai...@ubuntu.com>

> Afaik the idea was that there should be a central place where any logger
> can be disabled. In any case, we still need this for stuff in the
> datahub (which may do logging from online services in the future, etc).
>
> --
> add a registry for Dataprovider
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/462894
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> Status in Zeitgeist Framework: Confirmed
>
> Bug description:
> It should be possible to
>  * enable/disable some dataprovider (esp. useful for testing while
> developing and debugging)
>  * define which dataprovider sends events for which application (right now
> it is possible to have multiple DP per application, eg. are shipping a
> firefox logger and on the other hand there is an external FF extension which
> sends events. This can end in a race between both logger, and logging the
> same data twice is also not useful)
>
> The preferences should be stored in a user readable format (ini like text
> file) but also be accessible over DBus.
> Maybe this fits into a more general Configuration Interface I started some
> time ago.
>
>

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Status in Zeitgeist Framework: Confirmed

Bug description:
It should be possible to
 * enable/disable some dataprovider (esp. useful for testing while developing 
and debugging)
 * define which dataprovider sends events for which application (right now it 
is possible to have multiple DP per application, eg. are shipping a firefox 
logger and on the other hand there is an external FF extension which sends 
events. This can end in a race between both logger, and logging the same data 
twice is also not useful)

The preferences should be stored in a user readable format (ini like text file) 
but also be accessible over DBus.
Maybe this fits into a more general Configuration Interface I started some time 
ago.

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