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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Quote Originally Posted by forger View Post
    why did you choose LGPL license in launchpad by the way?
    Because I selected the wrong one...
    Changed it now to GPL v3.


    Thanks for making the .deb package! I will have a look at it. How did you do it? I want to learn how to do that.

    The new names are better than the original, I will keep that! Could you publish your changes to Launchpad or here at the forums? If you message me the scripts I will upload them to Launchpad, including the .deb file.
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    * Added menu shortcut: System > Administration > Timekeeper
    (the changes from the previous post still stand)

    (see first post)
    Last edited by forger; September 29th, 2008 at 01:20 PM.

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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Quote Originally Posted by .nedberg View Post
    The new names are better than the original, I will keep that! Could you publish your changes to Launchpad or here at the forums? If you message me the scripts I will upload them to Launchpad, including the .deb file.
    Here's how you add new people for development:
    Make a new group/team: https://launchpad.net/people/+newteam (e.g. 'timekpr-maintainers')
    Then you can add people in it, by clicking 'Add member'
    Finally, you change the owner of the timekpr to be that team

    No offense, but it'd be best if you add me in that team (launchpad username: medigeek) so I can upload the changes I made, so I can get the appropriate contribution karma points
    Last edited by forger; September 17th, 2008 at 11:49 AM.

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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Quote Originally Posted by .nedberg View Post
    Because I selected the wrong one...
    Changed it now to GPL v3.
    Thanks for making the .deb package! I will have a look at it. How did you do it? I want to learn how to do that.
    Changed the license to GPL
    Making a deb package actually takes some experience and a bit of reading: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PackagingGuide/
    When you finally make the package, it just takes some changes to be made when you want to add stuff to it and edit the changelog: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PackagingGuide/Recipes/Debdiff

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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    with GPLv3:
    (see first post)

    The source:
    http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~timekpr...pr/trunk/files

    edit: fixed the package, now it *really* shows copyright GPL
    Last edited by forger; September 29th, 2008 at 01:21 PM.

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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Quote Originally Posted by forger View Post
    Here's how you add new people for development:
    Make a new group/team: https://launchpad.net/people/+newteam (e.g. 'timekpr-maintainers')
    Then you can add people in it, by clicking 'Add member'
    Finally, you change the owner of the timekpr to be that team
    Done!

    No offense, but it'd be best if you add me in that team (launchpad username: medigeek) so I can upload the changes I made, so I can get the appropriate contribution karma points
    No offence taken! I added you to the group. You seem to know your way around Launchpad better than me. Still figuring out how to use it...
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Finally! I managed to make lp:~timekpr-maintainers/timekpr/trunk as the main branch
    Yours is set aside, because I couldn't upload to it. Now all all the team in timekpr-maintainers can upload/push to it.

    To get it:
    Code:
    bzr update
    or remove the old folder/branch and do:
    Code:
    bzr branch lp:timekpr
    To upload
    Code:
    bzr push lp:timekpr
    Woohoo!

    In case you want to build it:
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install devscripts
    debuild -us -uc
    (-us -uc is used when you don't want to sign the package)
    Last edited by forger; September 17th, 2008 at 01:13 PM.

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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Another easy way of filtering is using opendns. It has several categories of websites you can choose to be bloocked and doesn't require a program to be run.

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    Account Lease time - Timekeeper Developement

    One thing that should be looked at is the /etc/rc.local file. The installer should automatically append

    /usr/local/bin/timekpr.sh &


    to the file, or whatever else will make it load on boot. As it now stands, you still have to do that by hand after installing. People installing deb files (or at least me) would expect that once the deb has executed, the package is fully installed.
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Quote Originally Posted by crjackson View Post
    One thing that should be looked at is the /etc/rc.local file. The installer should automatically append

    /usr/local/bin/timekpr.sh &


    to the file, or whatever else with make it load on boot. As it now stands, you still have to do that by hand after installing. People installing deb files (or at least me) would expect that once the deb has executed, the package is fully installed.
    You are correct. Maybe adding a start up script to /etc/init.d will be a better idea. It will also be needed when I get the time to rewrite everything to Python. It will need to be restarted when you change the configuration.
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