[Pkg-owncloud-maintainers] owncloud 6 in unstable

Luca Capello luca at pca.it
Sun Jan 12 16:56:39 UTC 2014

Hi David,

On Sun, 12 Jan 2014 14:22:26 +0100, David Prévot wrote:
> Le 12/01/2014 08:06, Luca Capello a écrit :
>> The overall performances seem better, but there are IMHO other major
>> glitches, which I would not expect for a release:
>> - it does not support the Antivirus application (which in some cases
>>   seems to be broken):
> That’s true, and it has thus been removed from the set of applications
> provided with the main distribution (as the music player). After a quick
> overlook at the commits [1] and bug reports [2], it doesn’t seem like
> there is much interest in this application currently, so I’m not sure
> its status will change in a foreseeable future.
>     1: https://github.com/owncloud/apps/commits/master/files_antivirus
>     2: https://github.com/owncloud/apps/issues?state=open

That seems bad :-(

>> - on an upstream installation I was not able to get the "Apps"
>>   application visible after the first upgrade
> I’ve not been able to notice such an issue with the Debian package, have
> you? (Please note that all the application menu moved on the left row,
> including the link to the management at the bottom of it.)

I know about the move (leaving out consistency and usability questions),
but still the "Apps" management icon disappeared after the first

Please note that this was with the upstream .deb, so I am glad to know
that the Debian package does not show any of the problems I have

>> - on the same upstream installation, the Documents application, which
>>   should allow collaborative editing, simply shows an .odt in read-only
>>   mode (nothing more than the same behavior in OC5).
> I can’t reproduce such an issue with the Debian package (the
> documentation application works), can you?

I only tested the upstream .deb.

>> - the upstream choices of both creating common folders upon login and
>>   moreover not XDG-compliant (lowercase starting letter) are
>>   questionable.
> Do you have pointers to more detailed (upstream) reports about these
> issues? Besides the example set created for new users on their first
> login if they didn’t have any data, I’ve not witnessed any folder
> created upon login, so I’m not sure to understand what you are referring
> too.

I was referring to the example set created upon first login and sorry, I
do not have any upstream link: as I wrote, I am very low on time these

Given your reply, nothing prevents an upload to unstable.

Thx, bye,
Gismo / Luca
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