Stephen Smally eco.stefi at fastwebnet.it
Fri Jun 22 19:32:20 UTC 2012

Il 22/06/2012 21:13, PCMan ha scritto:
> On Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 2:41 AM, Karl Anliot <kanliot at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Ignoring people won't work that well.  We are getting tons of new
>> users to this list ('join the mailing list' is the second hyperlink on
>> lubuntu.net)  and it's hard to ignore new people.
>> Speaking of ignoring bugs: can someone verify this ubuntu-PCManFM data
>> loss bug?  Unless you don't like my personality, in which case, please
>> ignore the bug. "files always deleted even if errors encountered
>> during cut/paste:"
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pcmanfm/+bug/1003753
> It's in our upstream bug tracker and labeled as "1.0".
> We know this and is currently working on the remaining bugs in our tracker.
> After the bugs are fixed, it's time for a 1.0 release.
> The number of bugs have been significantly decreased in the past few weeks.
> Andriy and I are working hard on them now.
> Andriy is now doing code cleanup and he is also responsible for the
> remaining bugs of pcmanfm/libfm.
> At the  same time, I'm going to examine other LXDE components recently
> and (finally) start fixing them.
> I will start from smaller ones. The previously announced lxpanel2 is
> now in a half-done state.
> There are still some UI design issues to resolve.
> Working in a hospital overtime everyday is really exhausting, but I'll
> not give up the project.
> Best regards
>> There's a real problem with conducting business in a public forum.
>> You can't tell what's important or legitimate  business without
>> reading the whole post.  Sometimes you read the whole thread and you
>> still don't know.  This is happening to this list.  For example, if
>> I'm on the QA mailing list, and I get a long post about something
>> Lubuntu, I take it seriously, because I know they are on the QA team.
>> So we need something.  I think we need a second mailing list that
>> emphasizes verified bugs, and legitimate business affecting everyone.
>> Then we can still use lubuntu-users for support.
>> kanliot
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Hi Pcman, may i help with lxpanel2? i'm very interested, and i know the 
"argument" pretty well.

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