I would like to have a soltuion where the actor is the environment that
launches tha app and the subject is the app itself...
However his could mess up AJ terribly unless I query for all subjects except
for those of type software_item

Querying this and sroting it by mostusedactor will give us most launched but
not most used :/

On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 6:42 PM, Markus Korn <thek...@gmx.de> wrote:

> As I mentioned already on IRC, although I don't like the idea of having
> events without a subject (because it's conceptual: "something is happening,
> but we don't know what") I think this is the easiest solution for the
> usecase of a GIO dataprovider which sits in the middle of the application
> which launches another app and the new app itself.
> And I also think that this solution is kind of abusing the actor field, I
> mean it's not the app which is about to be launched which is doing something
> when the event is triggered.
>
> But the most important concern was raised by mhr3 on IRC: the fact that
> events can have no subjects will most likely break some clients, because
> until now the client can assume that each event has at least one
> subject.
>
> I would *really* like to take some time to discuss a more suitable
> solution, but I understand that we might need to make some compromises
> if we want to have such AppInfo.launch() dataprovider soonish
>
> Markus
>
> --
> Refuses to log events without subjects
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/620109
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> Zeitgeist Project.
>
> Status in Zeitgeist Framework: New
>
> Bug description:
> Zeitgeist says:
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>  File "/usr/share/zeitgeist/_zeitgeist/engine/main.py", line 497, in
> _insert_event_without_error
>    return self._insert_event(event, sender)
>  File "/usr/share/zeitgeist/_zeitgeist/engine/main.py", line 508, in
> _insert_event
>    raise ValueError("Illegal event format: No subject")
> ValueError: Illegal event format: No subject
>
> If I send it an event without a subject. The reason why I am doing that is
> because I am trying to log whenever an app is launched. Like for instance
> when I launch the Gnome calculator. This way I can have "most popular apps"
> listings and what not :-)
>
> So my request: Can we lax the requirement for events to have a subject?
>
>
>


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Refuses to log events without subjects
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/620109
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Status in Zeitgeist Framework: New

Bug description:
Zeitgeist says:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/share/zeitgeist/_zeitgeist/engine/main.py", line 497, in 
_insert_event_without_error
    return self._insert_event(event, sender)
  File "/usr/share/zeitgeist/_zeitgeist/engine/main.py", line 508, in 
_insert_event
    raise ValueError("Illegal event format: No subject")
ValueError: Illegal event format: No subject

If I send it an event without a subject. The reason why I am doing that is 
because I am trying to log whenever an app is launched. Like for instance when 
I launch the Gnome calculator. This way I can have "most popular apps" listings 
and what not :-)

So my request: Can we lax the requirement for events to have a subject?



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