Thursday, 23 May 2013

RE: Including cheese in the default desktop

The bug doesn't really states that cheese should be default, but rather a way to test your cam.

Also cheese has a simple bug that makes you see everything mirrored by default and you have to dig into the effects to find the correct one. So if it gets fixed I guess is not a problem if its included by default.

I think the ubuntu-friendly program has an app on the system ( https://friendly.ubuntu.com/participate/ ) where you can test some of your hardware components and let you give it a score (and share it online: https://friendly.ubuntu.com/ 

However Is kinda slow or sometimes buggy and would be nice if it helped you fill bug reports or be sent to a support site when something doesn't work correctly.


> Date: Thu, 23 May 2013 13:42:05 -0400
> From: [email protected]
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: Including cheese in the default desktop
>
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> Bug #213539 was filed in 2008 and is still open, so I'd like to finish
> it. It requests that cheese be added to the ubuntu-desktop task.
> Implementation is a quick one liner, so it comes down to making the
> decision to do it or not. Is it the desktop team that would make this
> decision? Could they please say yes or no so this bug can get closed
> one way or the other?
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