[Users] oVirt/RHEV Android client (Opaque) available for beta testing
j.astrego at netbulae.eu
Thu Dec 12 23:10:04 UTC 2013
Not trying to start a flame war or something on this list, just curious
about the reasoning....
Why only Google+? We would love to test it but I refuse to get a Google
account due to privacy and other civil liberty issues.
You can do whatever you want and we'll just skip testing it on our
cyogenmod android phone but I'm intrigued about so many open source
projects willingly putting things behind a paywall.
I know it's "free¨ but it's essentially adware.
On Thu, 2013-12-05 at 12:38 -0500, i iordanov wrote:
> We invite any interested oVirt/RHEV developers and administrators to
> beta-test Opaque, a new Android oVirt/RHEV client application.
> To opt in, please reply to this message with an email address
> associated with a Google Account, because joining the beta-test group
> is based on membership to a Google Plus community. If you don't want
> that email address posted to the mailing list, don't include it in
> your reply!
> Itamar or I will add you to the community and let you know that you
> can proceed to the following two steps:
> 1) Please visit this page here to accept the invitation:
> 2) Once you've become a member of the Google+ group, to opt-in, visit:
> You will be able to download Opaque from Google Play by following the
> link at the bottom of the opt-in page.
> Please share your experiences with Opaque to the mailing list!
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