[Dev] Tizen 3.0 Multiuser Support Architecture Release candidate 1
c.haitzler at samsung.com
Wed Oct 30 03:20:11 GMT 2013
nice document dominig.
i have to say i have always had and still have MAJOR reservations on
databases being in /opt/dbspace OR even /opt/usr/dbspace.
these db's contain data that is not "system" data. it belongs to the
"user" and their applications. these db's REALLY should be in $HOME
somewhere. use smack to limit access to a specific smack label where
security requires (and/or create a daemon that adds finer grained
control to other processes as a service).
thus when you add a new user... eg on a phone, tablet, ivi system or pc
"guest mode" when you have a guest passenger or you have multiple family
members sharing access, then they have their OWN calendar, contacts etc.
On 10/30/2013 05:46 AM, Dominig ar Foll (Intel OTC) wrote:
> please find joined to this mail an architecture proposition for adding
> Multiuser to Tizen 3.0.
> You will find that this proposition includes many of the contributions
> received on this mailing list during the past days and I want to thank
> all of you who have contributed.
> I hope that you will find that the arbitrations that I propose have
> created a viable release candidate.
> Thanks in advance for your feedback.
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