D-Bus is a mechanism for Linux desktop applications to communicate with each other, and with parts of the system like desktop notifications and preventing the screensaver from cutting in. I'll illustrate some of the many things D-Bus is used for, give a high-level overview of how it works, and demonstrate some tools you can use to explore and inspect D-Bus interactions on your own system.
Join us at links.taikedz.net from 7pm. The talk will start at 7.15.
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Meetings are held monthly except in August due to the festival.
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