On Wed, 2010-03-03 at 11:43 -0500, Bill Nottingham wrote:
Matthias Clasen (mclasen(a)redhat.com) said:
> > I certainly consider the lack of integrated backup one of the more
> > glaring holes in our desktop. For something to be included in the
> > desktop spin, it needs to be really towards the dead-simple,
> > plug-in-a-backup-disk side. Not sure how well deja-dup fits into that
> > category, I've never tried it. But getting it packaged for Fedora is the
> > right first step in any case. Thanks for doing that !
> It took a while, but we do have deja-dup in F13 and rawhide now. And I
> think it fits pretty well into the category I described here, so I think
> we should consider including it. Opinions ?
Has it undergone serious testing? If we toss it in, do we have some
confidence that it will work and be stable? (While I realize we're all
about pushing things forwards in Fedora, we have to take extra care of
Thats a fair point. I have only done cursory testing of it. Maybe Rahul
can say more about it. I think he said that he's been using it daily for