Michael Terry

Blog: http://mterry.name/log/
Ubuntu Forums Username: mikix

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7023 Karma help

All assigned blueprints Assigned blueprints

The current phablet greeter is a fake in-user-process screen. To enable features like passwords or pin, we need to split the greeter out into a separate process that can be driven by LightDM.
Rationale: Quickly is the recommended quick start development tool. It's important to keep it up to date and useful. Goal: Specifically this cycle, a big focus will be porting to Python 3 for both managed projects and Quickly itself.