Are there any decent Peer To Peer clients working on Ubuntu

Vincent Trouilliez vincent.trouilliez at
Thu Oct 27 00:53:18 UTC 2005

On Thu, 2005-10-27 at 02:05 +0200, ulrich steffens wrote:
> yeah thats more or less lame, but the gtk-version of sancho works pretty
> well for me. so i won't complain :)

Well sure, all these GUIs work, the only difference is look and feel,
and desktop integration. So, multi-platform GUIs with Gtk widgets are
sadly never going to fit the bill :o(
KDE users have KMLdonkey, why can't we have GMLDonkey or whatever ?
Don't Gnome users deserve a consistent/unified desktop ? :-/
Or are Gnome users considered to be boring and serious people, who
aren't expected to be the kind of people who would want to download
stuff with MLDonkey in the first place ??
Pfff.... :o(
Again as I said, I hope Ubuntu's success will soon draw developers
attention onto Gnome rather than KDE, for a change. I am getting tired
of seeing how Gnome apps are lagging behind their KDE counterparts :o(

Please, developers all around the world, open your eyes, green Dragons
aren't the only things on earth, there are Gnomes as well out
there !!....... 

Anyway, not much we can do but wait and pray for Gnome to become the
leading Linux Desktop environment within 3 years, thanks to
Ubuntu... :-)


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