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Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2013 23:13:17 +0200
From: Yves-Alexis Perez <>
To: Peter de Ridder <>,
Cc: LightDM Mailing List <>
Subject: Re: [LightDM] light-locker 0.1.0 released

I'm cross-posting this to oss-sec so people there have a chance to look
at the audit request.

On mar., 2013-06-25 at 10:47 +0200, Peter de Ridder wrote:
> light-locker 0.1.0 is now available for download from
>  SHA1: 7c2639d4f6a113f97143d530a5696984be66238d
>  MD5:  52984b8c7066b63e1c5398859e36a255
> What is light locker?
> =====================
> light-locker is a simple locker (forked from gnome-screensaver) that aims
> to have simple, sane, secure defaults and be well integrated with the
> desktop while not carrying any desktop-specific dependencies.
> It relies on lightdm for locking and unlocking your session via
> ConsoleKit/UPower or logind/systemd.
> Release notes for 0.1.0
> =======================
> [Please note that this is a development release.]
> light-locker source code is hosted on
> Issues and pull request can be placed on github.  We don't take feature
> requests for the 1.0.0 version.  These will be postponed to later versions.
>   Request for audit:
> light-locker aims to bring security to locked sessions.  Important here is
> that the locker should not crash as this would expose the locked session.
>   Request for translations:
> Since the fork of gnome-screensaver many translation-strings were removed
> but 2 new strings were added.  Translators can send changes with a
> github pull request or mail the new .po file to
> Please remove the fuzzy tags from the translations as strings marked as
> fuzzy won't be translated in the application.
> To preview the lock screen run `./src/preview` for the source tree.
>  However, this requires translations to be installed.
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