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Re: [Ring] Fwd: Gnome Contact Names
Re: [Ring] Fwd: Gnome Contact Names
Mon, 7 Aug 2017 16:24:08 -0400
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First, thanks for the videos it's very useful.
I can't answer now about your first video.
Video 2: => Wow... not good (and weird). Which distrib do you use? And
did you install Ring from the official package or build it from sources?
Video 3 + your note: We are currently working on this issue. It will be
fixed in a few weeks. The thing is when you add/remove contacts, the
VCard can be duplicated and you'll have multiple contacts.
Have a nice day,
On 08/07/2017 04:07 PM, Olivier Soldano wrote:
> ----- Forwarded Message -----
> From: "Nathan Royce" <address@hidden>
> To: "Olivier Soldano" <address@hidden>
> Sent: Monday, August 7, 2017 4:00:43 PM
> Subject: Re: [Ring] Gnome Contact Names
> Maybe it would be better to show you some of the issues I've encountered:
> (3 videos showing android and gnome side-by-side (android via miracast))
> Video 1:
> It starts with the message doubling on android coming from gnome.
> Shortly after, you'll see that doubled message somehow turn single (no
> idea what made it change. usually it's after I've closed/reopened ring
> on android).
> Next, even though I type a message on android and send, for some
> reason it doesn't even send (or even get displayed that the message
> was created).
> Then when I type my next message, it and the previous message are
> displayed, but neither send.
> As you can see in gnome, I HAVE been able to send messages from android
> Later I try blocking contact on android and have no idea if it's even
> implemented. The contact remains and even switches name to the native
> android contact I created.
> Video 2:
> I encounter WebKitWebProcess running really hot. I close out ring,
> reopen and the heat is on again.
> After reopening, you'll see messages come in FROM gnome out of order
> from when they previously didn't send out, and they even still say
> "Sending..." in gnome.
> Video 3:
> I had forgotten to show the contact add/remove issue in gnome.
> It looks like it works right at the beginning but you'll see a couple
> of things after I close/reopen. First, conversations in the list had
> duplicated (from 5 to 8). Second, after adding a contact, then
> removing them, the context menu only allows for remove even after the
> contact was already removed.
> Oh, also note, the android identity is never displayed in gnome, only
> the id. None of my accounts are registered in the blockchain, but they
> all have their alias.
> I still think it's important that each user be allowed to customize
> the identity of their peer (locally via a nickname or something),
> otherwise you can/may/will be dealing with identity issues (I set my
> name to Oliver and the peer wouldn't know any different).
> You can't rely on a person making a call just to get the contact info.
> It needs to be when the contact request has been accepted.
> On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 8:41 AM, Olivier Soldano
> <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hi Nathan, the display of identity is separated in 2 fields and 3 values.
>> The three values are:
>> - the RingID,
>> - the registered username (if any),
>> - the alias configured in the profile.
>> For the sake of readability the RingID has the least priority of display,
>> then comes the registered username, and finally the alias.
>> When the alias is displayed the second field is activated, and shows
>> either the RingID or the registered username to allow contact identification.
>> The switch from RingID/username to a name is made when the contact infos are
>> which is at the start of a call with the reception of the peer vCard.
>> If the list entries have the same RingIDs, they are not supposed to be
>> If it is the case could you provide a reproduction scenario for correction
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Nathan Royce" <address@hidden>
>> To: address@hidden
>> Sent: Saturday, August 5, 2017 6:48:39 AM
>> Subject: [Ring] Gnome Contact Names
>> When does a contact displayed name change from the ring id to a name?
>> Maybe allow the client to manually create a nickname in case of same peer
>> I submitted a contact request and my peer accepted, but the ring id
>> still showed until I started a call or something.
>> Even then, there were 2 instances of the same conversation listed in
>> the conversation tab, 1 with the ring id, the other with the name.
>> Adding/removing contact was jacked in this case, but after gnome
>> crashed (from a previous report), the contact and conversation is
>> showing correctly.