On Wed, 2018-10-03 at 12:59 +0200, Kamil Paral wrote:
On Tue, Oct 2, 2018 at 7:06 PM Benjamin Berg
> So, my proposal from the g-s-d side is:
> 1. For the *stable* release cycle, hide the new "feature" behind a
> compile time switch, disable it by default and announce
> in the release notes.
Is there a good reason why this can't simply be an option in
gsettings that's not visible in the control-center UI? For those of
us which have hibernation working reliably and would love to use
suspend-then-hibernate, why make it completely inaccessible with a
compile time option?
The reason I am proposing this is because there is no clean way of
adding an option currently. If I could easily add an option to fix
those policy decisions, than I would happily do so. But adding a
runtime option that has to be removed again later seems too invasive to
me considering the feature has been broken all along.
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