markuman at gmail.com
Sat Oct 1 07:39:37 UTC 2005
for the actualy list i vote for
7z, graveman, sylpheed-gtk2, abiword, Inkscape, and xchat
inkscape because it takes less ram as gaim or firefox. sure, if you
work with much big graphic, then not ;-)
i submit new: lineakd, BitTornado,
check out CinePaint. it based on gimp.
On 10/1/05, Myles Green <rmg57 at telus.net> wrote:
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> Steve <radarsat1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > hm, replying to my own mail again..
> > i just checked out mousepad and terminal. they're both quite nice
> > actually. since this is supposed to be an XFCE-centric distro, and
> > not just a "my favorite apps" distro, and since these were written
> > specifically for xfce, maybe we should include and default to them
> > both.
> > Am I right in assuming that the point here is mostly to show off the
> > capabilities of XFCE, rather than just providing a nice collection of
> > tools? Because of course users who know of other software can just
> > kick up synaptic and install whatever they want anyways. What we're
> > really discussing here is the *defaults*, and which packages to
> > include on the live cd. Right? So I suppose they should be mostly
> > xfce-related..
> I'm all for using both Mousepad and Terminal as defaults, I use them
> both every day.
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> intelligent and my head couldn't hold any more so it started filling up
> the rest of me."
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