Countless times over the past few weeks I have been notified about the low battery in my wireless mouse. Every time it wakes up from sleeping mode and reconnects over Bluetooth I get a notification. I have gotten hundreds of notifications. I do not want them and I do not need them. Yes, battery is low, but at 0% (as reported) it will go on for another week at least. The notification has no timer and will stay visible until I close it.
How do I disable this torture?
Realizing I might sound like a grumpy old man I am not going to replace my batteries that are good for another month as a workaround. I am running Ubuntu 17.10 with GNOME Shell. I have no clue what is causing this. Pointers and suggestions will be greatly appreciated!
UPDATE: It turns out the mouse ran for another ten days or so after the initial notification. With the OS constantly reminding me that it will soon stop working. Wasting fine batteries is not a very good design. People should care about that and have an option to turn the notifications off.
UPDATE 2018-10-22: I asked the question some time ago. The marked correct answer might not apply anymore. It appears to be a bug in the
gnome-settings-daemon. See the report for updates revolving this issue: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-settings-daemon/+bug/1798166