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Jul 20, 2023
Portal frontend service for Flatpak
Flatpak is a technology for packaging and distributing standalone dekstop applications. It uses interfaces called “portals” to communicate with the rest of the system.
xdg-desktop-portal works by exposing a series of D-Bus interfaces known as portals under a well-known name org.freedesktop.portal.Desktop and object path /org/freedesktop/portal/desktop. The portal interfaces include APIs for file access, opening URIs, printing and others.
Checkout these related ports:
- Zorro - Simple to-do list manager
- Znotes - Simple notes managment application based on Qt
- Zim - Desktop wiki editor
- Zanshin - Daily organizer for KDE
- Ydotool - Generic command-line automation tool (no X!)
- Xwrits - Reminds you to take wrist breaks
- Xrolo - Electronic Rolodex
- Xpostitplus - PostIt (R) messages onto your X11 screen
- Xpostit - PostIt (R) messages onto your X11 screen
- Xpad3 - Virtual note-pad system for your X11 desktop
- Xpad - Virtual note-pad system for your X11 desktop
- Xneur - Auto keyboard switcher
- Xmdiary - Personal and group calendar utility
- Xfce4-xkb-plugin - Keyboard layout switching plugin for the Xfce panel
- Xfce4-volumed-pulse - Volume management daemon for Xfce using PulseAudio