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3.0.0 TODO List

#1 User is offline   Jeff 

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 03:38 PM

In an effort to be transparent, here are my desired goals for 3.0.0:

Bugs to fix:

Packages to Add/Remove:

    Configuration Changes:
    • Remove "install" option from startup select
    • Remove the "release notes" link on first page of ubiquity to ubuntu release notes
    • Remove ubuntu logos from ubiquity installer
    • Get grub entry to read "Bodhi" instead of Ubuntu
    • Assign f6/f7 and brightness up/down fx86 keys to Backlight Up/Down
    • Add toshiba chromebook trackpad patches to chromebook image kernel
    • Remove match enlightenment theme if possible check box
    • Make sure this is still applied on the Chromebook image
    • Make safe graphics mode use nomodeset by default
    • Make sure midori default text editor is epad
    • Make sure dpkg is set to always keep old config file -> http://raphaelhertzo...anaged-by-dpkg/

    Look and Feel:

      • Split eCcess into separate applications per task. Include a Date and Time manager by default.
      • Work on eDeb to make the screens users have to go through more sane

      Packaging TODO:


        RC2 Completed:
        • apturl-elm: make sure the provided package is in the apt-cache before trying to install it
        • Update esudo to grab keyboard focus and move mouse over the application when launched
        • Check cpufreq again (confirm fix in rules file)

        RC1 Completed:
        • Make sure slideshow is installed/has correct permissions in 64bit ISO image
        • Make sure remastersys .desktop file is hidden
        • Try to get installer launcher to read "Bodhi 3.0.0"
        • fixed permissions on cpufreq module
        • Change system updater to launch: enlightenment_open /usr/share/applications/eepDater.desktop. This allows it to be displayed on the ibar
        • Swap pager for pager16 with live previews
        • Patch E19 to disable the wizard and just default to the Bodhi profile (once this happens we can get rid of everything but startup applications from /etc/skel/.e and efreet cache and such)
        • change default theme to use this as the wallpaper -> http://forums.bodhil...10340-abstract/
        • build patched upstart to avoid boot delay
        • change notifications to display "low" notifications
        • uncheck "Match Enlightenment theme if possible" in the Application Theme Settings
        • Remove EFM tooltips by default
        • set battery gadget to use desktop notifications
        • enable automount in EFM
        • Install and configure apturl-elm
        • add broadcom packages from deepseeds post
        • add pre-load
        • gstreamer1.0-libav
        • Create this main.conf -> http://forums.bodhil...dpost__p__82637
        • optimizations -> http://forums.bodhil...mization-ideas/
        • Change chromebook profile so "lid close" is "suspend now" instead of dim
        • change chromebook profile brightness keys to use a different command so they work as expected

        Beta Completed:
        Replaced leafpad with epad as the default text editor
        Added eepDater
        Updated default theme
        Patched: synaptic, apt, and acpid for bodhi needs
        Implemented this fix for the hang at startup searching for network
        Add policykit-desktop-privileges package to handle internal media mounting
        Add lupin-casper, bc, bash-completion, epulse-e19, ofono
        Get eepDater to a functional state
        Disable compositing effects
        Fixed Segfault the first time you open the menu on the live cd.
        Added Bodhi menu entry
        Added plymouth theme

        Alpha Completed:
        fix auto login for live user
        change text plymouth theme
        update lsb-release package to have bodhi info
        fix slideshow
        Fix up esudo to replace gksudo
        Launch quick start by default

        Make ALL file system edits via .DEB packages.

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