Thanks for @tsujan work, a PR was created to store unattended notifications onto disk for later review. Albeit, I think the feature is incomplete since the action buttons in notifications once they’ve been stored are broken. To avoid this discussion going stale since the ticket was closed . When I was discussing it with @tsujan , the PR was merged to master. If the action buttons don’t work, why include them in the notification? Nevertheless, I moved the discussion here, for exploratory nature for the possibility of including such feature in the current implementation.
To that end, I have some questions:
1. What type of communication do applications use to communicate with the notification daemon? IPC, Dbus, Unix Sockets, Network Sockets? 2. …
I’ll look into the Notification standard I suppose would be at http://freedesktop.org? If I can, try to get in touch with Gnome notification maintainers in hope of providing some insightful information how they implemented their solution on their end.