On ubuntu touch, one can do a 'temporary' notification via 'notify-send'. When I do that it will display a notification for 5 seconds. After that it is gone, and any trace it was ever there with it. This is different behaviour than on the desktop (atleast with kde) where the notification will be displayed and you have a small log of the notifications in the systray.
It is possible to do however, as incoming messages are 'persistent'. With persistent I mean that they are in the notification area on top for review by the user.
What would be the best way to go to create such notifications from a shell scripts. I don't mind creating a binary or script, i.e. the equivalent of notify-send, to do that. Ideally however I would like to use notify-send.
I am using notify-send like this:
notify-send "header" "body"