On 5 December 2010 19:32, Seif Lotfy <683...@bugs.launchpad.net> wrote:
> This opens up topic where subject uri is a mail address for a contact logged
> by telepathy
> I would like to use "person://" prefix so f...@bar.com will be person://
> f...@bar.com

As discussed on IRC I think we should stick to existing standards when
they are there. In this case there are two. The mailto: and tel:
schemes defined in the IANA URI schemes.

This leaves open the case where we don't have an email address or a
telephone number, but let's consider that a special case.

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  URI scheme for actors without a .desktop file

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Bug description:
  What should actors that don't have a .desktop file use as their actor URI? 
Currently we use application://$desktop_file_id which is very nice to wrok with 
because one can do g_desktop_app_info_new($desktop_file_id).

I propose we define a similar scheme in our API docs where services and daemons 
without .desktop files can use the basename of their DBus .service file instead 
and put that in a dbus:// URI scheme ala dbus://$dbus_service_id. 

Consider the example of the Ubuntu One syncdamon. The DBus service files are 
normally stored in /usr/share/dbus-1/services/ and it has indeed 
com.ubuntuone.SyncDaemon.service stored there. This daemon would then have 
actor URI dbus://com.ubuntuone.SyncDaemon.service.

This is useful because it allows me to obtain both the executable name of the 
daemon process as well as the DBus name it claims. Together with the service 
file this gives me 3 pieces of crucial metadata on the actor.

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