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Last updated on: 2019-12-09 08:16 [UTC]

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gnome-control-center.desktop ⚙ amd64

Warnings

  • asv-cid-desktopapp-is-not-rdns
    gnome-control-center.appdata.xml:4 - gnome-control-center.desktop
    The component ID is not a reverse domain-name. Please update the ID to avoid future issues and be compatible with all AppStream implementations. You may also consider to update the name of the accompanying .desktop file to follow the latest version of the Desktop-Entry specification and use a rDNS name for it as well. In any case, do not forget to mention the new desktop-entry in a <launchable/> tag for this component to keep the application launchable from software centers and the .desktop file data associated with the metainfo data.

Hints

  • asv-cid-missing-affiliation-gnome
    gnome-control-center.appdata.xml:4 - gnome-control-center.desktop
    The component is part of the GNOME project, but its ID does not start with GNOMEs reverse-DNS name ("org.gnome").
  • asv-description-first-para-too-short
    gnome-control-center.appdata.xml:84 - Settings is the primary interface for configuring your system.
    The first 'description/p' paragraph of this component might be too short (< 80 characters). Please consider starting with a longer paragraph to improve how the description looks like in software centers and to provide more detailed information on this component immediately in the first paragraph.
  • asv-cid-contains-hyphen
    gnome-control-center.appdata.xml:4 - gnome-control-center.desktop
    The component ID contains a hyphen/minus. Using a hyphen is strongly discouraged, to improve interoperability with other tools such as D-Bus. A good option is to replace any hyphens with underscores ('_').
  • asv-nonstandard-gnome-extension
    gnome-control-center.appdata.xml:131 - kudos
    This tag is a GNOME-specific extension to AppStream and not part of the official specification. Do not expect it to work in all implementations and in all software centers.