I think it's mostly about what type of message we send people, and how
we're perceived. Now that we're also in KDE, and looking at other
platforms besides that as well, it looks strange for us to be in the
On 26 November 2010 23:12, Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen
> Honestly I don't see what good this bring us except breakage of existing
> libs. We could own two names, but that just seems silly. Application
> authors should never need to see these namespaces. And it's a
> *namespace* nothing more. I'm quite sure distributors and ISVs can see
> past this.
> FWIW there's no official sanctioning of what you can do with
> freedesktop.org namespaces. It's not a standards body or anything.
> Pretty much a free-for-all forum to aggregate (more or less) desktop
> independent technologies.
> Moving Zeitgeist dbus Bus name from gnome to Freedesktop
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> Zeitgeist currently uses the org.gnome dbus domain. As we are no longer a
> GNOME-specific project, I think it would make more sense to move the project
> to the org.freedesktop domain, as org.freedesktop.Zeitgeist.engine or
> something similar.
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Zeitgeist currently uses the org.gnome dbus domain. As we are no longer a
GNOME-specific project, I think it would make more sense to move the project to
the org.freedesktop domain, as org.freedesktop.Zeitgeist.engine or something
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